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Araliaceae (ginseng)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Araliaceae are a family of flowering plants, also known as the Aralia family or ivy family. The family includes 254 species of trees, shrubs, lianas and perennial herbaceous plants in two subfamilies. Species usually bear pinnately or palmately compound leaves, and usually have small flowers produced in large panicles.
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Genus

Anakasia (1)
Apiopetalum (2)
Aralia (spikenard) (73)   (1)
Astrotricha (20)
Brassaiopsis (47)   (3)
Cephalaralia (1)
Cheirodendron (cheirodendron) (6)   (1)
Chengiopanax (2)
Cussonia (20)
Delarbrea (7)
Dendropanax (dendropanax) (99)   (6)
Eleutherococcus (ginseng) (37)   (5)
Fatsia (fatsia) (3)
Gamblea (4)
Harmsiopanax (3)
Hedera (16)
Heteropanax (8)   (2)
Kalopanax (castor aralia) (1)
Mackinlaya (5)
Macropanax (17)
Merrilliopanax (3)   (1)
Meryta (27)   (2)
Metapanax (2)
Motherwellia (1)
Myodocarpus (8)
Neopanax (5)
Oplopanax (oplopanax) (3)
Oreopanax (151)   (4)
Osmoxylon (60)   (1)
Panax (ginseng) (12)   (1)
Polyscias (aralia) (176)   (15)
Pseudopanax (pseudopanax) (7)
Raukaua (8)
Schefflera (Schefflera) (591)   (19)   (1)
Seemannaralia (1)
Sinopanax (1)
Stilbocarpa (3)
Tetrapanax (Rice-paper Plant) (1)
Trevesia (11)
Woodburnia (1)

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