Daphniphyllaceae A small family of trees in which the leaves are simple. The flowers are small, unisexual, and apetalous. The fruit is a drupe. The family is related to Magnoliaceae or Hamamelidaceae, and is often erroneously placed near Euphorbiaceae. There is 1 genus, comprising 10 species, occurring in eastern Asia and Malesia.
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