Disynstemon paullinioides is a species of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the subfamily Faboideae. It is a liana that is native to Madagascar.[3][4][5] It is the only member of the genus Disynstemon.[6][7][2]

Scientific classification

R.Vig. 1951
D. paullinioides
Binomial name
Disynstemon paullinioides
(Baker) M.Peltier
  • Disynstemon madagascariense R.Vig.
  • Lonchocarpus paullinioides Baker


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