Coriaria

Coriaria is the sole genus in the family Coriariaceae. It includes about 30 species of subshrubs, shrubs and small trees, with a widespread but disjunct distribution across warm temperate regions of the world, occurring as far apart as the Mediterranean region, southern and eastern Asia, New Zealand (where some are alpine species), the Pacific Oce...
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Coriaria

(from the article `Ranunculales`) Coriariaceae comprises the single genus Coriaria, with about 15 species. Coriaria has a discontinuous distribution pattern, for it grows in the ... Most, perhaps all, species of Coriaria, the only member of the family Coriariaceae, are extremely poisonous, eliciting convulsions similar to those ... [...
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Coriaria

Coriaria is a genus of shrub plants found in southern Europe. They are used in tanning and a black dye is extracted from them.
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