Adoxaceae · ūksminiai

  • moschatel family
  • Moschuskrautgewächse
  • ūksminiai
  • bezslavīšu dzimta
  • piżmaczkowate It is a small family of flowering plants in the order Dipsacales, now consisting of five genera and about 150–200 species. They are characterised by opposite toothed leaves, small five- or, more rarely, four-petalled flowers in cymose inflorescences, and the fruit being a drupe.

Recent sources, including the Angiosperm Phylogeny Website, treat this family as Viburnaceae.