apocynaceae

  

The Apocynaceae or dogbane family is formed by flowering plants. They include trees, shrubs, herbs, and lianas. They grow in different habitats: tropics, subtropics, temperate and also dry environments. The site have shots about oleander tree, vinca and plumeria, typical of Central America.



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