Cassine is a genus of trees, of the plant family Celastraceae.
Cassine species grow as shrubs or small trees. The flowers are bisexual. The fruits have a pit (stone).
Cassine species are distributed widely throughout the tropics, mainly in Africa.
As of June 2014 The Plant List recognises 68 accepted taxa (of species and infraspecific names):
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