Studies have indicated that Chiococca parvifolia is a synonym of C. alba. The Levy Preserve still identifies it as a distinct and recognizable species.
Habit: Chiococca parvifolia grows as a trailing, sometimes climbing, vine to 2 meters in length. The leaves are arranged alternately, ovate to lanceolate, to 5 cm in length, with an acute leaf apex and an entire margin. The stipules are small and lance shaped.
The complete, perfect, actinomorphic flowers are arranged in few flowered racemes. The calyx has 5 unfused sepals. The corolla has 5 fused, white petals. There are 5 stamens. The ovary is inferior with 2 locules. The fruit is a berry that is white at maturity.
Habitat: Chiococca parvifolia grows as an understory shrub in Pine Woodlands and grasslands.
Distribution: Chiococca parvifolia occurs on the northern island groupings in the Lucayan Archipelago, the Caribbean region, and Florida.
Medicinal/Cultural/Economic usage: Chiococca parvifolia is not known to be used medicinally in the Lucayan Archipelago.