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"Brownea is a genus of about 30 species in the family Fabaceae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae. The genus is native to tropical regions of the Americas. The species are shrubs and trees growing to 20 m tall."
Flower clusters, found on tree trunks rather than branches and are possibly pollinated by bats. Found at the Tiputini Biology Station in the Ecuadorian Amazon.