Cucumis anguria, commonly known as cackrey, maroon cucumber, West Indian gherkin, and West Indian gourd, is a vine that is indigenous to Africa, but has become naturalized in the New World, and is cultivated in many places. It is similar and related to the common cucumber (C. sativus) and its cultivars are known as gherkins.

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  • Cucumis anguria, commonly known as cackrey, maroon cucumber, West Indian gherkin, and West Indian gourd, is a vine that is indigenous to Africa, but has become naturalized in the New World, and is cultivated in many places. It is similar and related to the common cucumber (C. sativus) and its cultivars are known as gherkins. (en)
  • De Surinaamse wilde augurk of distelkomkommer (Cucumis anguria) is familie van de komkommer en augurk. De vrucht wordt ook wel West Indische augurk, Burr augurk, Burr komkommer, of maxixe genoemd en is lokaal bekend als badunga of cohombro. De plant komt waarschijnlijk oorspronkelijk uit Afrika. De plant is een klimplant, die voornamelijk geteeld wordt voor de vruchten. De bladeren zijn echter ook eetbaar. De vrucht is 4-8 cm lang en 2-4 cm dik en is bedekt met zachte stekels. De vruchten zijn gewild in Noordoost- en Noord-Brazilië voor het maken van cozido (vlees-groente-stamppot). De smaak komt overeen met die van komkommer maar met een nootachtige smaak. (nl)
  • Cucumis anguria, conhecido popularmente como maxixe, é uma planta rasteira ou trepadeira anual e de clima quente (26 a 28 graus Celsius). Seus frutos comestíveis, chamados de maxixe ou galinha-arrepiada, têm casca verde, são ovalados e possuem pequenos espinhos moles e não pontiagudos. Suas sementes são achatadas. É da família das Cucurbitaceae, algo semelhante ao pepino porém menos macio. (pt)
  • Ангу́рия или Арбузный огурец (лат. Cucúmis angúria) — растение семейства Тыквенные (Cucurbitaceae), вид рода Огурец (Cucumis). (ru)
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  • * C. a. var. longipes (Hook.f.)A.Meeuse)
  • * C. longipes (Hook.f.)
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  • Cucumis anguria
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  • C. anguria
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  • * C. a. var. anguria * C. a. var. longaculeatus (J.H.Kirkbr.) : List source :
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  • Cucumis anguria, commonly known as cackrey, maroon cucumber, West Indian gherkin, and West Indian gourd, is a vine that is indigenous to Africa, but has become naturalized in the New World, and is cultivated in many places. It is similar and related to the common cucumber (C. sativus) and its cultivars are known as gherkins. (en)
  • Cucumis anguria, conhecido popularmente como maxixe, é uma planta rasteira ou trepadeira anual e de clima quente (26 a 28 graus Celsius). Seus frutos comestíveis, chamados de maxixe ou galinha-arrepiada, têm casca verde, são ovalados e possuem pequenos espinhos moles e não pontiagudos. Suas sementes são achatadas. É da família das Cucurbitaceae, algo semelhante ao pepino porém menos macio. (pt)
  • Ангу́рия или Арбузный огурец (лат. Cucúmis angúria) — растение семейства Тыквенные (Cucurbitaceae), вид рода Огурец (Cucumis). (ru)
  • De Surinaamse wilde augurk of distelkomkommer (Cucumis anguria) is familie van de komkommer en augurk. De vrucht wordt ook wel West Indische augurk, Burr augurk, Burr komkommer, of maxixe genoemd en is lokaal bekend als badunga of cohombro. De plant komt waarschijnlijk oorspronkelijk uit Afrika. (nl)
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  • Cucumis anguria (en)
  • Surinaamse wilde augurk (nl)
  • Maxixe (hortaliça) (pt)
  • Ангурия (ru)
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