Engelhardia (family Juglandaceae) A genus of trees in which the leaves are pinnate and the flowers tiny and borne in panicles. The fruit is a small, hard nut attached to an enlarged, wing-like bract. The trees yield useful timber. There are 5 species, occurring from the western Himalayas to New Guinea.
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