The genus Uvaria is currently (2015) under review for the 'World Checklist of Selected Plant Families', and it has been proposed that this species is no more than a synonym of Uvaria littoralis. Pending completion of the review this species will be maintained[
Uvaria sorzogonensis is a large woody climbing plant, common at low and medium altitudes[
The edible fruits are sometimes gathered from the wild for local use.
Southeast Asia - Philippines.
Thickets and forests at low and medium elevations[
]. Fruit berry-like, ovate, yellow, borne in rounded cluster[
]. They are oval, about 1.5
centimetres in length[
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