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Aptandraceae

The Aptandraceae is a family of flowering plants in the sandalwood order. The members of the tropical plant family are parasitic on other plants, usually on the roots, and grow as trees, shrubs or woody lianas. Genera of the family of taxonomists ...

                                               

Bombacaceae

Bombacaceae were long recognised as a family of flowering plants or Angiospermae. The family name was based on the type genus Bombax. As is true for many botanical names, circumscription and status of the taxon has varied with taxonomic point of ...

                                               

Centrolepidaceae

Centrolepidaceae are a family of flowering plants now included in Restionaceae following APG IV. The botanical name has been recognized by most taxonomists. In the APG II system of 2003 unchanged compared to the APG system, of 1998, also recogniz ...

                                               

Cneoraceae

Cneoraceae is a Mediterranean relict shrub family that evolved under tropical conditions during the Cenozoic era. It is a dicot that generally favours higher altitudes and is rich in tannin. It produces both hermaphrodite and male flowers but the ...

                                               

Cochlospermaceae

The Cochlospermaceae were a family of two genera and 20-25 species of trees and shrubs. They have been included in the Bixaceae from the APG III system onwards. The older APG II system treated this family as an optional segregate of Bixaceae. The ...

                                               

Dipsacaceae

The Dipsacaceae have been recognized as a family of the order Dipsacales containing 350 species of perennial or biennial herbs and shrubs in eleven genera. The species are currently placed in the family Caprifoliaceae. Native to most temperate cl ...

                                               

Erythropalaceae

Erythropalaceae Planch. ex Miq. is a family of flowering plants. The family has been recognized by few taxonomists, the plants often being included in family Olacaceae. The APG II system of 2003 unchanged from the APG system, of 1998, does not re ...

                                               

Flacourtiaceae

The Flacourtiaceae is a defunct family of flowering plants whose former members have been scattered to various families, mostly to the Achariaceae and Salicaceae. It was so vaguely defined that hardly anything seemed out of place there and it bec ...

                                               

Hippocastanaceae

Hippocastanaceae is the name given to a small group of trees and shrubs, when this group is treated as a family. Its most widespread genus is Aesculus. However, the American genus Billia and the Chinese genus Handeliodendron are also sometimes in ...

                                               

Hippocrateaceae

Hippocrateaceae Juss. previously consisted of about 150 tropical and subtropical species of shrubs and lianes, and is now included in the Celastraceae family. Formerly it comprised the following genera: Campylostemon. Prionostemma. Salacia. (Сала ...

                                               

Ledocarpaceae

Ledocarpaceae Meyen was a small flowering plant family of shrubs native to western South America. Under the APG III system of classification it is considered to be a part of the Vivianiaceae.

                                               

Limnocharitaceae

Limnocharitaceae was a family of flowering plants in the monocot order Alismatales. In the APG IV system, it is included in the family Alismataceae. It is commonly known as the water poppy family. Species that have been placed in this taxon are s ...

                                               

Luzuriagaceae

Luzuriagaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants that was recognized in the 1998 APG system and the 2003 APG II system. The 2009 APG III system merged this small family into the Alstroemeriaceae in the order Liliales, in the cl ...

                                               

Melianthaceae

The Melianthaceae are a family of flowering plants. The APG II system includes them within the rosid clade. All members of Melianthaceae proper are trees or shrubs found in tropical and southern Africa. Francoaceae are sometimes included in the f ...

                                               

Myoporaceae

Myoporaceae was a family of plants, found mostly in Australia, which included the following genera: Myoporum, also known as Boobiala. Eremophila, also known as emu bush. Diocirea. In the APG II system continued in the APG III system, it is consid ...

                                               

Myrsinaceae

Myrsinaceae, or the myrsine family, was formerly recognized as a rather large family from the order Ericales, consisting of 35 genera and about 1000 species. It is a widespread family found in temperate to tropical climates extending north to Eur ...

                                               

Parnassiaceae

Parnassiaceae Gray were a family of flowering plants in the eudicot order Celastrales. The family is not recognized in the APG III system of plant classification. When that system was published in 2009, Parnassiaceae were treated as subfamily Par ...

                                               

Quiinaceae

Quiinaceae Engl. is a neotropical family of flowering plants in the Malpighiales, consisting of about 50 species in 4 genera. The APG III system of flowering plant classification does not recognize such a family, instead including these genera in ...

                                               

Samydaceae

Samydaceae is a family of tropical and subtropical woody plants, its best known genus being Casearia. It has always been of uncertain placement, in the past usually being submerged in the family Flacourtiaceae. In document 2002 included the Samyd ...

                                               

Sonneratiaceae

Sonneratiaceae were a family of flowering plants placed in the order Myrtales by the Cronquist system. They consisted of two genera, Sonneratia and Duabanga. These are now generally placed in their own monotypic subfamilies of the family Lythrace ...

                                               

Sparrmanniaceae

Sparrmanniaceae is a segregate, probably obsolete, plant family, containing plants which have more commonly been classified in Malvaceae or Tiliaceae. In the most recent proposed definition of cheek ex Heywood et al. it corresponds to subfamily G ...

                                               

Stackhousiaceae

Stackhousiaceae R.Br. is an obsolete family of plants, now merged into the Celastraceae family. When accepted, it comprised the following genera: Stackhousia. Macgregoria. Tripterococcus.

                                               

Sterculiaceae

Sterculiaceae was a family of flowering plants: based on the genus Sterculia. Genera are now placed in the family Malvaceae, in the subfamilies: Byttnerioideae, Dombeyoideae, Helicteroideae and Sterculioideae. As traditionally restricted Sterculi ...

                                               

Theophrastaceae

Theophrastaceae was a small family of flowering plants, no longer recognized in recent classifications. As previously circumscribed, the family consisted of seven genera and 95 species of trees or shrubs, native to tropical regions of the America ...

                                               

Tiliaceae

Tiliaceae is a botanical name for a family of flowering plants. It is not a part of the APG, APG II and APG III classifications, being sunk in Malvaceae but has an extensive historical record of use. All through its existence the family was very ...

                                               

Tremandraceae

Tremandraceae R.Br. ex DC. is the name of a defunct family of flowering plants. It contained three genera: Platytheca, Tetratheca, and Tremandra. In 2006, a molecular phylogenetic study showed that Tremandraceae is embedded in Elaeocarpaceae. Rec ...

                                               

Trilliaceae

Trilliaceae was the botanical name of a family of flowering plants. The family has been recognised as distinct since 1846 when it was recognized, this table provides a summary of the characters in each of the major groups. However, some scientist ...

                                               

Turneraceae

Turneraceae Kunth ex DC. is a family of flowering plants consisting of 120 species in 10 genera. The Cronquist system placed the Turneracids in the order Violales, but it is not currently recognized as a family by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group i ...

                                               

Uvulariaceae

Uvulariaceae is a botanical name of a family of flowering plants. While seldom recognised, the family is accepted by the Dahlgren system, which places it in order Liliales, superorder Lilianae, and the subclass Liliidae. In the system of APG II p ...

                                               

Valerianaceae

The Valerianaceae Batsch, the valerian family, was a family of flowering plants that is now considered part of the Caprifoliaceae. Plants are generally herbaceous, and their foliage often has a strong, disagreeable odor. They are found native in ...

                                               

Viscaceae

Viscaceae is a taxonomic family name of flowering plants. In this circumscription, the family includes the several genera of mistletoes. This family name is currently being studied and under review as in past decades, several systems of plant tax ...

                                               

Vivianiaceae

Vivianiaceae is a family of flowering plants placed in the order Geraniales. The family name is derived from the genus Viviania Cav. It includes both the genus Viviania. There are around 1-4 genera in Vivianiaceae, and according to the APG III sy ...

                                               

Balanophoraceae

The Balanophoraceae are a subtropical to tropical family of obligate parasitic flowering plants, notable for their unusual development and obscure affinities. The family consist of 17 genera and around 44 known species. The plants are normally fo ...

                                               

Circaeasteraceae

Circaeasteraceae is a family of two species of herbaceous plants native to China and the Himalayas. The family was recognized by many taxonomists. In the APG II system of 2003 unchanged from the APG system of 1998, recognizes it and places it in ...

                                               

Dilleniaceae

Dilleniaceae is a family of flowering plants with 11 genera and about 430 known species. Such a family has been universally recognized by taxonomists. It is known to gardeners for the genus Hibbertia, which contains many commercially valuable gar ...

                                               

Lardizabalaceae

Lardizabalaceae is a family of flowering plants. The family was widely recognised by taxonomists, including the APG II system of 2003 unchanged from the APG system of 1998, which places it in the order Ranunculales in the eudicots treasure. The f ...

                                               

Loranthaceae

Loranthaceae, commonly known as the showy mistletoes, is a family of flowering plants. It consists of about 75 genera and 1.000 species of woody plants, many of them hemiparasites. The three terrestrial species are Nuytsia floribunda, Atkinsonia ...

                                               

Menispermaceae

Menispermaceae is a family of flowering plants. The alkaloid Tubocurarine, a neuromuscular blocker and the active ingredient in the tube curare form of the dart poison curare, is derived from the South American liana Chondrodendron tomentosum. Se ...

                                               

Nelumbonaceae

Nelumbonaceae, sometimes called the sacred lotus family, is a family of flowering plants, including the single genus Nelumbo with two species, N. lutea and N. nucifera. While in the past, family members were included in the Waterlily family, Nymp ...

                                               

Olacaceae

Olacaceae is a family of flowering plants in the order Santalales with 91 genera and 180 species. They are woody plants, native throughout the tropical regions of the world. The 1998 APG system and the APG II system of 2003 and assign it to the o ...

                                               

Papaveraceae

The Papaveraceae are an economically important family of about 42 genera and approximately 775 known species of flowering plants in the order Ranunculales, informally known as the poppy family. The family is cosmopolitan, occurring in temperate a ...

                                               

Sabiaceae

Sabiaceae is a family of flowering plants that were placed in the order Proteales according to the APG IV system. It comprises three genera, Meliosma, Ophiocaryon and Sabia, with 66 known species, native to tropical to warm temperate regions of s ...

                                               

Schoepfiaceae

Schoepfiaceae is a family of flowering plants recognized in the APG III system of 2009. The family has previously only been recognized by few taxonomists, the plants in question usually being assigned to family Olacaceae and Santalaceae. The genu ...

                                               

Aristolochiaceae

The Aristolochiaceae are a family, the birthwort family, of flowering plants with seven genera and about 400 known species belonging to the order Piperales. The type genus is Aristolochia L.

                                               

Atherospermataceae

The Atherospermataceae, commonly known as the southern sassafrases, are a family of broadleaf evergreen trees and shrubs. The family includes 14 species in seven genera. The atherosperms are today mostly distributed in the Southern Hemisphere, wi ...

                                               

Calycanthaceae

The Calycanthaceae are a small family of flowering plants in the order Laurales. The family contains three genera and only 10 known species, restricted to warm temperate and tropical regions: Idiospermum one species, Queensland, Australia. Calyca ...

                                               

Hernandiaceae

The Hernandiaceae are a family of flowering plants, angiosperms, in the order Laurales. Consisting of five genera with about 58 known species, they are distributed over the worlds tropical areas, some of them widely distributed in coastal areas, ...

                                               

Lauraceae

The flowering plant family Lauraceae, the laurels, includes the true laurel and its closest relatives. This family comprises about 2850 known species in about 45 genera worldwide. They are dicotyledons, and occur mainly in warm temperate and trop ...

                                               

Magnoliaceae

The Magnoliaceae are a flowering plant family, the magnolia family, in the order Magnoliales. It consists of two subfamilies: Magnolioideae, of which Magnolia is the best-known genus, and Liriodendroidae, a monogeneric subfamily, of which Liriode ...

                                               

Monimiaceae

The Monimiaceae is a family of flowering plants in the magnoliid order Laurales. It is closely related to the families Hernandiaceae and Lauraceae. It consists of shrubs, small trees, and a few lianas of the tropics and subtropics, mostly in the ...

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