Cneoraceae

Cneoraceae is a Mediterranean relict shrub family that evolved under tropical conditions during the Cenozoic era. It is a dicot that generally favours higher altitudes and is rich in tannin. It produces both hermaphrodite and male flowers but the male flowers produce more fertile pollen, leading to a fruit. There are two genera and six species in ...
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Cneoraceae

(from the article `Sapindales`) The Cneoraceae (the spurge olive family) has only 2 genera and 3 species of shrubs: Cneorum, with 2 species, one in the western and central ...
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