Sapindales (weeds)

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Schinus terebinthifolius foliage and fruits (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Dan Clark, USDI National Park Service
Source: IPM Images

The order of Sapindales contains more than 6000 species, including a number of invasive trees and shrubs, some of which have become serious weeds. The order is characterized by the flowers usually containing twice as many stamens as petals. In addition, the members are usually trees or shrubs, have compound leaves and small flowers.

The group includes the following weed families: