Molinadendron

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Molinadendron
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Order: Saxifragales
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Family: Hamamelidaceae
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Genus: Molinadendron
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M. sinaloense

M. hondurense
M. guatemalense

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Molinadendron is a genus of the Hamamelidaceae family, order Saxifragales, containing three reported species: Molinadendron guatemalense, Molinadendron hondurense, and Molinadendron sinaloense. Relatives include Witch-hazel and Winter-hazel.

Species sinaloense is an evergreen tree native to the woodlands of western Mexico. It reaches a height of up to 20 ft (6.2 m). Leaves are oval, tapered, 3-6 inch in length, opening purplish and coppery on graceful branches.

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