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Siparunaceae family (1 species)

Siparuna glabrescens
(C. Presl) A. de Candolle,
Prodr. 16(2): 648. 1868.
Bas.: Citrosma glabrescens C. Presl  (1845)
Syn.: Siparuna santae-luciae Perkins (1901)

Bwa kaka
Lesser Antillean endemic
Shrub/small tree of forest rivers and roadsides close to the forest.  
Quite common Edmond Forest area, Soufriere, rare/absent elsewhere.
Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent.
Crushed leaves have a 'fresh' unpleasant smell or a lemony smell, depending on who you ask!
No longer considered to be a Saint Lucian endemic - Siparuna santae-luciae
Previously in Monimiaceae family.