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Rutaceae

A plant family in the order Sapindales that grows in warmer regions and has conspicuous flowers. Fagara species have been reclassified, most to ZANTHOXYLUM, some to Melicope or GLEDITSIA. The common name of stinkwood used for Zieria is also used for OCOTEA.
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Acronychias; Atalantias; Bauerellas; Fagaras; Fortunellas; Glycosmi; Haplophyllums; Kumquats; Melicopes; Micromelums; Raulinoas; Sarcomelicopes; Severinias; Swingleas; Tecleas; Vepri; Wild Lime, Australian; Zierias; Acronychia; Atalantia; Australian Wild Lime; Bauerella; Fagara; Fortunella; Glycosmis; Haplophyllum; Kumquat; Lime, Australian Wild; Melicope; Microcitrus; Micromelum; Raulinoa; Sarcomelicope; Severinia; Swinglea; Teclea; Vepris; Zieria
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