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Altingia


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(family Hamamelidaceae)

A genus of trees which produce valuable timber. The buds are scaly; the flowers unisexual, very reduced, and borne in small heads. The fruits forms as rounded, woody heads, and are dehiscent, containing many winged seeds. There are 7 species, occurring from Assam and southern China to Java.

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