Ochnaceae

[n] - family of tropical evergreen trees and shrubs with thick shining parallel-veined leaves
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Ochnaceae

family Ochnaceae noun family of tropical evergreen trees and shrubs with thick shining parallel-veined leaves
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Ochnaceae

a family of the order Malpighiales, comprising 27 genera and some 495 species of tropical trees and shrubs, with a few genera of herbs. Many species ...
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Ochnaceae

The family Ochnaceae, or wild plane family, comprises mainly trees or shrubs, and more rarely herbaceous plants. Species of the Ochnaceae are found from subtropical to tropical regions. They are best represented in South America. The family has about 53 genera and 600 species. Members of the Ochnaceae all have evergreen petiolate leaves, which are...
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