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Campsis grandifloraTrumpet CreeperBignoniaceaeC. adrepens. C. chinensis. Voss. Bignonia chinensis. B. grandiflora. Tecoma grandiflora.02
Campsis radicansTrumpet Vine, Trumpet creeperBignoniaceaeBignonia radicans. Tecoma radicans. (L.)Juss.01
Catalpa bignonioidesIndian Bean Tree, Southern catalpaBignoniaceaeC. syringaefolia. Bignonia catalpa. L.02
Catalpa bungei Bignoniaceae 02
Catalpa ovataChinese CatalpaBignoniaceaeC. kaempferi.11
Catalpa speciosaShawnee Wood, Northern catalpa, Early Flowering Catalpa, Hardy Catalpa, Western Catalpa, Indian CigaBignoniaceae 00
Chilopsis linearisDesert WillowBignoniaceae 11
Crescentia alataJicaro. Mexican calabashBignoniaceaeCrescentia ternata Sess? & Moc. Crescentia trifolia Blanco Otophora paradoxa Blume Parmentiera alata (Kunth) Miers Pteromischus alatus (Kunth) Pichon22
Crescentia cujeteCalabash TreeBignoniaceae 32
Handroanthus guayacanGuayacanBignoniaceaeTabebuia guayacan (Seem.) Hemsl. Tecoma guayacan Seem.00
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