Abrus precatorius L. 141

Indian-licorice, Indian-liquorice, Coral-beadplant, Gidee-gidee, Licorice-vine, Minnie-minnies, Rosary-pea, Crab's-eye, Love-bean, Lucky-bean, Prayer-beads, Precatory, Precatory-bean, Red-beadvine, Weatherplant, Weathervine, Jequirity, Jequirity-bean, Rosarypea, Bead Vine, Black-eyed Susan, Buddhist Rosary Bead, Coral Bead Vine, Crab's Eyes, Crab's-eye Vine, Crab’s eyes, Graine Rouge, Gwen L≠glise, Indian Liquorice, Indian licorice, Jequirity Bean, John Crow Bead, Jumbee Bead, Jumbee seeds, Jumbie Bead, Jumbie Bean, Liane Reglisse, Lucky bean creeper, Mountain Male-fern, Red Bean Vine, Scrubber, Wild Liquorice, Wire Wiss, Crab's eye, Jequerity, Licorice, Pois rouge, Precatory bean, Rosary pea, Wild licorice, Indian Liqourice
Abrus precatorius Flower
flower
Abrus precatorius Leaf
leaf
Abrus precatorius Fruit
fruit
Abrus precatorius Bark
bark
Abrus precatorius Habit
habit
Abrus precatorius Other
other
Abrus precatorius L.
Useful plants of Asia
Family
Fabaceae
Genus
Abrus
Species
Abrus precatorius L.
Common name(s)
  • Indian-licorice
  • Indian-liquorice
  • Coral-beadplant
  • Gidee-gidee
  • Licorice-vine
  • Minnie-minnies
  • Rosary-pea
  • Crab's-eye
  • Love-bean
  • Lucky-bean
  • Prayer-beads
  • Precatory
  • Precatory-bean
  • Red-beadvine
  • Weatherplant
  • Weathervine
  • Jequirity
  • Jequirity-bean
  • Rosarypea
  • Bead Vine
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Buddhist Rosary Bead
  • Coral Bead Vine
  • Crab's Eyes
  • Crab's-eye Vine
  • Crab’s eyes
  • Graine Rouge
  • Gwen L≠glise
  • Indian Liquorice
  • Indian licorice
  • Jequirity Bean
  • John Crow Bead
  • Jumbee Bead
  • Jumbee seeds
  • Jumbie Bead
  • Jumbie Bean
  • Liane Reglisse
  • Lucky bean creeper
  • Mountain Male-fern
  • Red Bean Vine
  • Scrubber
  • Wild Liquorice
  • Wire Wiss
  • Crab's eye
  • Jequerity
  • Licorice
  • Pois rouge
  • Precatory bean
  • Rosary pea
  • Wild licorice
  • Indian Liqourice
Uses
  • ENVIRONMENTAL USES
    • ornamental
  • MATERIAL
    • beads
  • MEDICINE
    • folklore
  • POISON
    • mammals
  • WEED
    • seed contaminant
Phenology

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