Do not delete.
By deleting articles on anything, including Cannabaceae, you are stopping people from getting the whole picture. Just because you delete it doesn't mean it doesn't exist, so whats the point in deleting it
The genus Celtis should be deleted from this page and added to the Elm family; Ulmaceae No, see:
- Spitaler, R.; Gurschler, S.; Ellmerer, E.; Schubert, B.; Sgarbossa, M.; Zidorn, C. (in press): Flavonoids from Celtis australis (Cannabaceae). Biochemical systematics and ecology, doi:10.1016/j.bse.2008.11.020
Stho002 05:26, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
- No paper states the species is in this family.
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