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Related to Clusiaceae: Garcinia
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Noun1.Clusiaceae - widely distributed family of chiefly tropical trees and shrubs and vines that produce oils and resins and some usable timber
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Hypericales, order Hypericales, order Parietales, Parietales - a large order of dicotyledonous plants of subclass Dilleniidae
Calophyllum, genus Calophyllum - genus of tropical evergreen trees
genus Clusia - tropical American aromatic trees or shrubs; often epiphytic; some stranglers
Garcinia, genus Garcinia - evergreen trees and shrubs: mangosteens
genus Hypericum, Hypericum - large almost cosmopolitan genus of evergreen or deciduous shrubs and herbs with often showy yellow flowers; cosmopolitan except tropical lowlands and Arctic or high altitudes and desert regions
genus Mammea, Mammea - American and Asiatic trees having edible one-seeded fruit
genus Mesua, Mesua - genus of tropical Asiatic trees having large solitary flowers
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Species Family Common Name Spondias mombin Anacardiaceae Jobo Guatteria diospyroides Annonaceae / Guatteria lucens Annonaceae / Cecropia insignis Cecropiaceae Guarumo Cecropia peltata Cecropiaceae Guarumo Clusia peninsulae Clusiaceae / Hieronyma alchomeoides Euphorbiaceae Zapatero-Pilon Ocotea cernua Lauraceae Aguacatillo 0 cote a ira Lauraceae Aguacatillo Ocotea puberula Lauraceae Aguacatillo Miconia argentea Melastomataceae Lengua de vaca Trichilia tuberculata Meliaceae / Ficus americana Moraceae Higueron Ficus benjamina Moraceae Higueron Ficus costaricana Moraceae Higueron Ficus zarzalensis Moraceae Higueron Virola koschnyi Myristicaceae Fruta dorada Virola sp.
Members of Malvaceae, Clusiaceae, Fabaceae and Euphorbiaceae are abundant in the western white-sand forests (Honorio et al, 2008; Myster, 2009).
Anastrepha distincta in Amapa showed a narrower spectrum of hosts than that reported in other studies, for among the 8 plant species where this tephritid has been reported in the Brazilian Amazon, 4 are Fabaceae, 2 Clusiaceae, 1 Myrtaceae, and 1 Anacardiaceae (Zucchi et al.
Gray) X Iltis CLUSIACEAE (Mangosteen Family) Hypericum majus (A.
Nas Clusiaceae, os caracteres vegetativos e florais possuem valor diagnostico, principalmente em nivel generico e especifico e, somados as caracteristicas de frutos e sementes, sao utilizados na delimitacao de subfamilias e tribos (BRANDZA, 1908; CRONQUIST, 1981; ENGLER, 1888; ENGLER; KELLER, 1925; GUILLAUMIN, 1910; HEYWOOD, 1985; HUTCHINSON, 1959; TAKHTAJAN, 1997).
Genus Family Order 1 Paulownia Bignoniaceae, Paulowniaceae Lamiales 2 Hymenosporum Pittosporaceae Apiales 3 Cotyledon Crassulaceae Saxifragales 4 Hebe Scrophulariaceae, Plantaginaceae Lamiales 5 Prunus Rosaceae, Amygdalaceae Rosales 6 Hypericum Clusiaceae, Hypericaceae Malpighiales 7 Kunzea Myrtaceae Myrtales 8 Primula Primulaceae Ericales 9 Citrus Rutaceae Sapindales 10 Eremophila Myoporaceae, Scrophulariaceae Lamiales 11 Nicotiana Solanaceae Solanales 12 Gossypium Malvaceae Malvales Genus Floral Formula 1 Paulownia [up arrow] K(5) [?
The present volume contains entries for plants of the 33 families from Clusiaceae to Araliacae (following the sequence of families used in the FRPS).
Bua terur garang / Clusiaceae Garcinia dryobalanoides ticuk mangai' Pierre Bua kecii / kayu Clusiaceae Garcinia parvifolia mein / tutuberu (Miq.
Benzophenones have a limited natural distribution and are restricted to the Clusiaceae, Moraceae and a few other plant families (Baggett et al.
1978), Clusiaceae (Eichler, 1878; Schoute, 1935; de Oliveira & Sazima, 1990; Gill et al.