Hernandiaceae

Hernandiaceae is the botanical name for a family of flowering plants. They are a family of angiosperms in order Laurales. Consisting of 5 genera with about 59 species, distributed by the world`s tropical areas, some of them widely distributed in coastal areas but they are occurring from sea level to over 2000 meters. ...
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Hernandiaceae

(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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