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Published In: Characteres Generum Plantarum 45, pl. 23. 1776. (Char. Gen. Pl.) Name publication detail

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Acceptance : Accepted
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General/Distribution: The genus has c. 125 species distributed in Asia and tropical Australia. Represented here by 1 species.


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Trees or large shrubs, sometimes climbers, often polygamous. Leaves digitately compound, alternate; leaflets entire or serrate, stipules adnate. Inflorescence of racemes or panicles of umbels; bracts small, woolly. Sepals 5, margin usually entire. Petals 5-many; valvate. Stamens as many as the petals. Ovary as many locular as the number of petals. Styles free or united at the base. Fruit a fleshy drupe, angular when dry.
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