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Published In: The Civil and Natural History of Jamaica in Three Parts 158, pl. 10, f. 1. 1756. (10 Mar 1756) (Civ. Nat. Hist. Jamaica) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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General/Distribution: A genus of about 16 species, with a wide distribution in tropical Asia, Mexico to S. America and Australia. Represented in W. Pakistan by 2 species.

 

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Tall trees. Leaves pinnate; leaflets entire to serrate, somewhat oblique. Flowers small, in terminal and sub-terminal panicles. Calyx short, 5-parted. Petals 5, free. Stamens 4-6, free; staminodes present or absent. Disc thick, lobed. Ovary 5-locular; stigma capitate. Fruit a septifragal capsule. Seeds many, winged.
 

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1 Leaves paripinnate; leaflet margin slightly wavy to entire. Staminodes absent. Ovary hairy. Seeds winged at both ends. Cedrela toona
+ Leaves imparipinnate; leaflet margin serrate. Stami-nodes present. Ovary glabrous. Seeds winged only at the apex. Cedrela serrata
 
 
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