On Caribbean and Western Atlantic shores, Entada gigas
is the commonly collected Seaheart.
In other parts of the world, one will find other species, such as Entada rheedii
and Entada phaseoloides
The World's Largest Seaheart
, by Gerald Sullivan --- excerpts from The Drifting Seed Newsletter:
collected by Richard Buckman, owner of
Journey of a Sea Heart
by Richard Buckman, owner of
Sea Hearts - Naturalist Newsletter; Oct. 30, 2011; by Jim Conrad
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A Sea-Bean Guide: Seaheart (Entada gigas)
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