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Oleaceae

Wikipedia Abstract

Oleaceae [/oʊliːˈeɪsiːiː/,/oʊliːˈeɪsiːjiː/, /oʊliːˈeɪsiːʔiː/, /oʊliːˈeɪsiːeɪ/] is a family of flowering plants in the order Lamiales. It presently comprises 26 genera, one of which is recently extinct. The 25 extant genera include Cartrema, which was resurrected in 2012. The number of species in Oleaceae is variously estimated in a wide range around 700. Oleaceae consists of shrubs, trees, and a few lianas. The flowers are often numerous and highly odoriferous.
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Genus

Abeliophyllum (1)   (1)
Chionanthus (fringetree) (147)   (7)
Comoranthus (3)
Dimetra (1)
Fontanesia (fontanesia) (2)
Forestiera (swampprivet) (21)   (1)
Forsythia (forsythia) (13)   (1)
Fraxinus (ash) (62)   (2)
Haenianthus (haenianthus) (3)
Hesperelaea (1)
Jasminum (jasmine) (196)   (1)
Ligustrum (privet) (44)   (3)
Menodora (menodora) (24)
Myxopyrum (4)
Nestegis (nestegis) (5)
Noronhia (45)
Notelaea (12)
Nyctanthes (2)
Olea (olive) (34)   (1)
Osmanthus (devilwood) (35)
Phillyrea (2)
Picconia (2)   (1)
Priogymnanthus (2)   (1)
Schrebera (8)
Syringa (lilac) (12)

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