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Silk Cotton Family (Bombacaceae)

Biology Of Silk Cotton Trees, Economic Importance

The silk cotton family (Bombacaceae) is a group of about 200 species of tropical trees, some of which are of commercial importance as sources of lumber, fibrous material, or food. Species in the silk cotton family occur in all regions of tropical forest, but they are most diverse in Central and South America.

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