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Pakistan | Family List | Juglandaceae

Juglans Linn., Sp. Pl. 997. 1753. Gen. Pl. ed. 5.431.1754; Boiss., Fl. Or. 4:1160.1879; Hook. f., Fl. Brit. Ind. 5:595.1888; Tutin in Tutin et al, Fl. Eur. 1:56. 1964; Hutch., Gen. Flow. Pl. 2:139. 1967.

  • Regia Loud. ex DC.
  • Wallia Alef.

    Trees. Bark resinous and scented. Leaves compound, alternate, with several to many leaflets. Male catkins lateral and solitary; tepals 2-5; stamens 8-40; Female flowers 1-3, in solitary or terminal spikes; cupule adnate to the perianth and the ovary; tepals 3-5, margin irregular and dentate; ovary unilocu┬Člar; style short; stigmas recurved to spreading, fimbriate to plumose from the base. Drupe with woody and rugose endocarp. Seed with two large ruminate cotyledons.

    About 15 species; Mediterranean to E. Asia; N. & C. America, Andes, W. Indies, Indo-China and Japan. Represented in W. Pakistan by 1 species only.

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