Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:

Fls perfect, regular, 5-merous, in terminal panicles; petals adnate to base of sepals; stamens perig., opp. petals, alternating with 5 subpetaloid staminodes; anthers 2-celled, opening lengthwise; disk-glands prominent. Ovary superior. 1–2-celled; styles 1–2, free; ovule solitary, pend. Fr. a drupe, seed lacking endosperm. Trees with alt., simple, entire exstipulate lvs.

[From:  Allan (1961) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 1.]

Number of species in New Zealand within Corynocarpaceae
Indigenous (Endemic)1
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