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Aquilaria crassnaAgar WoodThymelaeaceaeAquilaria crasna Pierre02
Aquilaria malaccensisAgar Wood, Eaglewood, Indian Aloewood, AloeswoodThymelaeaceaeAgallochum malaccense (Lam.) Kuntze Aquilaria agallocha Roxb. Aquilariella malaccensis (Lam) Tiegh.13
Aquilaria sinensisAgar Wood, Pak Muk Heung, White Wood IncenseThymelaeaceaeAgallochum sinense (Lour.) Kuntze Aquilaria grandiflora Benth. Aquilaria ophispermum Poir. Ophisperm03
Daphne bholua ThymelaeaceaeD. cannabina. pro parte. D. papyrifera.01
Daphne genkwaLilac DaphneThymelaeaceaeD. fortunei. Lindl.03
Daphne gnidiumFlax-Leaved DaphneThymelaeaceae 01
Daphne involucrata ThymelaeaceaeEriosolena involucrata. Van Tieghan.00
Daphne laureolaSpurge LaurelThymelaeaceae 01
Daphne mezereumMezereon, Paradise plant, February DaphneThymelaeaceae 02
Daphne odoraWinter Daphne, Fragrant DaphneThymelaeaceaeD. indica. Hort. D. japonica. Paxton. D. sinensis.02
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