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Lardizabala is a genus of flowering plants of 1-2 species of evergreen lianas, native to temperate forests of central and southern Chile.

It comprises Lardizabala biternata Ruiz & Pav, known as Voqui coguil, Voqui coille, Coguilera, Coiye, Coille, in Chile; which is grown for its edible fruits (coguiles) and ornamental flowers; and probably Lardizabala triternata Ruiz & Pav.

External links

"Lardizabala biternata" en enciclopedia de la flora Chilena

Chilebosque, flora of Chile, with photos, including of fruits

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