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one in the family both numerically ( 350 species ) and economically . The present
- day distribution of the family The four- Ebenaceae is largely pantropical . One -
third of the species continent are found in Asia ( India , Indonesia , Indochina ...
Echinoderms now may be separated into 20 classes , based mainly on
differences in skeletal structures . The number of extant species exceeds 6,000 ,
and approximately 13,000 fossil species have been described . several
centimetres ( one ...
Some species are annuals of the wet season ( Micrococca , Sebastiania , and
others ) . Some , such as Macaranga , are rapidly growing , short - lived trees .
Most members of the order are deciduous , dropping their leaves during seasons
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