(from the article `Laurales`) The remaining 6 families have fewer than 100 species in total, with 3 families each containing a single species. The Hernandiaceae is a pantropical ... Hernandiaceae shares a number of features with Lauraceae, including alternate leaves (which are sometimes lobed or palmately compound) and a single ... [...
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The Hernandiaceae are a family of flowering plants, angiosperms, in order Laurales. Consisting of five genera with about 59 species, they are distributed over the world`s tropical areas, some of them widely distributed in coastal areas, but they occur from sea level to over 2000 m. The family is closely related to Lauraceae, and many species inha.
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