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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Trema (Greek, trema, hole, alluding to the pitted stone). Ulmaceae. A group of about 30 species of evergreen trees or shrubs in the tropical and subtropical regions of the Old and New Worlds: lvs. alternate, short-petioled, serrate, 3-nerved or penninerved, stipulate: fls. small, in nearly sessile clusters, monoecious or dioecious, apetalous, 5- or rarely 4-merous; sepals of staminate fls. valvate below, imbricate above; stamens 4-5; ovary 1-celled, superior style with 2 linear arms: fr. a small ovoid or subglobose drupe; embryo curved or involute. Adapted for cult. in tropical and subtropical regions only and sometimes planted for its evergreen foliage. The first of the two species described below has been offered in Calif., the second in Fla. CH

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About 15 species includingwp:

Trema cannabina Lour.
Trema cubense Urb.
Trema domingensis Urb.
Trema guineensis
Trema integerrima (Beurl.) Standl.
Trema lamarckiana (Roem. & Schult.) Blume
Trema micrantha (L.) Blume
Trema orientalis (L.) Blume
Trema philippinensis Elmer
Trema strigilosa Lundell


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