Cornaceae Bercht. & J.Presl
The Cornaceae Family was named and described by Bedřich (Friedrich) Všemír (Wssemjr) von Berchtold and Jan Svatopluk (Swatopluk) Presl in O Prirozenosti Rostlin in 1820.
Plants of the World Online lists four accepted genera in this family mainly of species of trees, shrubs and a few herbs. The Wikipedia says there are only two genera, Alangium and Cornus, and doesn’t include Kaliphora or Torricellia yet.
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