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Geraniales

(Order)

Overview

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Taxonomy

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The Order Geraniales is further organized into finer groupings including:

Families

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Francoaceae

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Geraniaceae

Geraniaceae is a family of flowering plants placed in the order Geraniales. The family name is derived from the genus Geranium. It includes both the genus Geranium (the cranesbills) and the garden plants called geraniums, which modern botany classifies as genus Pelargonium, along with other related genera. [more]

Hypseocharitaceae

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Ledocarpaceae

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Melianthaceae

The Melianthaceae is a family of flowering plants. The APG II system includes them within the rosid clade. All members of the Melianthaceae proper are trees or shrubs found in tropical and southern Africa. Francoaceae (the Bridal wreaths) is sometimes included in the family, and consists of two monotypic genera found in Chile. [more]

Rhynchothecaceae

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Vivianiaceae

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At least 29 species and subspecies belong to the Family Vivianiaceae.

More info about the Family Vivianiaceae may be found here.

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Last Revised: October 03, 2013
2013/10/03 16:43:51