Talk:Pachira aquatica

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Which plant is the Money Tree[edit]

Some research on Google and it appears that there is a common error in calling those Money Tree plants from Taiwan Pachira aquatica when, in fact, they are Pachira glabra. It appears that it is P. glabra that is the source of the seeds called Saba Nut and various types of Chestnut. So, major rewrite is needed and a page for Pachira glabra is needed.

Tyrerj (talk) 13:02, 26 December 2010 (UTC)


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Pachira aquatica fruit

Pachira aquatica is a tropical wetland tree found in the swamps of Central and South America. The fruit, a nut, is edible and can measure up to 12 inches (300 mm) in length and 2.5 inches (64 mm) in diameter.

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