a Ripening fruit of C. hirtella. Note the typical lobulate leaves of this species in the lower right b Ripening fruit of C. sessilifolia. The fruit, like the plant, bears a waxy bloom c Ripening fruits of C. megarrhiza have a dark green halo around the white longitudinal mottling. The left fruit is derived from pollination with C. megarrhiza pollen, whereas the smaller fruit on the right is derived from cross-pollination with C. trilobata (both pollinations were conducted on the same day).

  Part of: Holstein N (2015) Monograph of Coccinia (Cucurbitaceae). PhytoKeys 54: 1-166. https://doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.54.3285