|Etymology||Genus||After Andreas Caesalpini, a 16th Italian botanist and physician to Pope Clement VIII|
|Species||Crested; perhaps referring to the fruits|
|Common Names||Prickly Mangrove Climber, Kuku Tupai, Bonduc, Akar Kelinci, Kaniker|
|Native Distribution||India and Sri Lanka, through Southeast Asia, to Australia and New Caledonia|
Sprawling climber over the mangroves in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (2020).
Flowers at Jenal Jetty (2011).
Ripe black fruits.
Giesen W, Wulffraat S, Zieren M & Scholten L (2006) Mangrove guidebook for Southeast Asia. RAP Publication 2006/07. FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific and Wetlands International. Bangkok. 769 pp.