Talk:Diplopterys cabrerana (botany)
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|Diplopterys cabrerana (botany)|
|Common names||Chaliponga, chagropanga|
|Active constituents||DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, 5-HO-DMT|
Diplopterys cabrerana is a vine native to the Amazon Basin, spanning the countries of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. In the Quechua languages it is called chaliponga or chagropanga; in parts of Ecuador it is known as chacruna—a name otherwise reserved for Psychotria viridis.
D. Cabrerana and P. Viridis are common DMT containing parts of Ayahuasca. D. cabrerana additionally produces 5-MeO-DMT, a less common structural analog.