Coffea pterocarpa is a newly identified coffee species with distinctive winged berries.
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The giant beans of Coffea ambongensis are more than twice the size of those used in commercial coffee production.
This newly discovered member of the coffee family was found in the threatened Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil.
The large, showy, creamy-white flowers of the white gardenia have an overpowering scent, which is particularly noticeable at night and typical of moth-pollinated plants.
This remarkable new species was discovered in the highly endangered Atlantic Forest of eastern Brazil.
In 2006 Kew botanists discovered several populations of pribby using data from specimens rescued from Montserrat’s volcano-damaged herbarium.
Café marron is endemic to the island of Rodrigues, Mascarene Islands, where it is presently known from just a single wild individual.