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A monotypic genus which bears much resemblance to Staphylea. It differs in the larger number of leaflets, in the smaller individual flowers and in the smaller, differently shaped fruits.
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Euscaphis japonica in the wild. Image Ben Jones.
A single species of shrub or small tree from China and Japan. See E. japonica for full description.
Euscaphis is related to and resembles Staphylea. It differs in the larger number of leaflets, in the smaller individual flowers and in the smaller, differently shaped fruits.
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