Barteria fistulosa Mast.

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Barteria fistulosa

Barteria fistulosa is a species of tree in the family Passifloraceae, native to tropical Central Africa. The tree has an association with an aggressive species of ant with a very painful sting, which lives in its hollow branches and twigs, and gives rise to its common name of "ant tree". © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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