Connaraceae A family of mostly woody climbing plants in which the leaves are usually pinnate, without stipules. The flowers are pentamerous. The fruit is usually a 1-seeded follicle, the seed arillate. There are 20 genera, with about 380 species, occurring throughout the tropics, mainly in the Old World.
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