The Order Marchantiales is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Suborder (2): Marchantiineae · Ricciineae
- Family (13): Aitchinsoniellaceae · Aytoniaceae · Carrpaceae · Cleveaceae · Conocephalaceae · Corsiniaceae · Exormothecaceae · Lunulariaceae · Marchantiaceae · Monosoleniaceae · Oxymitraceae · Ricciaceae · Targioniaceae
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 438 species, subspecies, varieties, forms, and cultivars in the Order Marchantiales.
Aytoniaceae is a family of liverworts in order Marchantiales. [more]
Conocephalum is a genus of liverworts in order Marchantiales. It is the only member of family Conocephalaceae within that order. This genus has worldwide distribution. [more]
Corsiniaceae is a family of liverworts in order Marchantiales. [more]
Lunularia cruciata or crescent-cup liverwort is a liverwort of order Marchantiales, and the only species in the genus Lunularia and family Lunulariaceae. The name refers to the moon-shaped cups, from Latin luna, moon. [more]
Marchantiaceae is a family of liverworts in order Marchantiales. [more]
Monosolenium tenerum is a weedy species of liverwort found in east Asia. [more]
Oxymitra is the only genus in the liverwort family Oxymitraceae, in order Marchantiales. The genus includes two or three species. [more]
Ricciaceae is a family of liverworts in order Marchantiales, with two genera. [more]
Targionia is a genus of liverworts in order Marchantiales. It is a member of family Targioniaceae within that order. This genus has worldwide distribution in areas with a Mediterranean climate. That is, in regions with hot dry summers and cool wet winters. [more]
At least 12 species and subspecies belong to the Family Targioniaceae.
More info about the Family Targioniaceae may be found here.
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