In Colombia and Venezuela, the Uvero is a tree of the family Polygonaceae, also called Uvo Beach, sea grape, grape Bay. Its fruit is also called Beach grape. It is very thick, leathery leaves and low-rise. Its scientific name is Coccoloba uvifera. It grows in the marshes between the mangroves. It is very resistant to brackish water. It is a very important tree for the protection of the fauna in estuaries, especially fish, aquatic birds and sea turtles.