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Bruguiera gymnorrhiza Rhizophoraceae



Bruguiera gymnorrhiza Rhizophoraceae



Flowering Plants of Africa 60: 90-95



Bruguiera gymnorrhiza features in the South African National Tree List as No. 527, with common names black mangrove, swartwortelboom, isiKungati, isiQungati and isiHlobane. The bark yields a black pigment, which is used for dye or paint. The wood is hard and red, and can be used for posts, construction, fuel, charcoal and (young branches) for making the fish traps characteristic of Tongaland in South Africa. In some parts of the world the leaves and seedlings are regarded as edible.

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