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Ruellia tubiflora2.jpg Ruellia jussieuoides.jpg Ruellia mcvaughii.jpg Strobilanthes atropurpureus.jpg Ruellia paniculata.jpg Ruellia yurimaguensis_photo by A. Schmidt-Lebuhn.jpg Anoura caudata_nectar bat with pollen on head.jpg

Acanth Fact of the Day

Ruellia is the second largest genus in the Acanthaceae and is found in a wide range of habitats including high to low elevation rain forests, dry deciduous forests, savannas, grasslands, deserts, and swamps.
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