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Noun1.Hydrangeaceae - sometimes included in the family Saxifragaceae
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
order Rosales, Rosales - in some classifications this category does not include Leguminosae
genus Hydrangea - type genus of Hydrangeaceae; large genus of shrubs and some trees and vines with white or pink or blue flower clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
genus Carpenteria - one species; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
Decumaria, genus Decumaria - small genus of woody climbers with adhesive aerial roots; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
genus Deutzia - genus of ornamental mostly deciduous shrubs native to Asia and Central America; widespread in cultivation; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
Philadelphaceae, subfamily Philadelphaceae - one genus; usually included in family Hydrangeaceae
genus Schizophragma, Schizophragma - small genus of deciduous climbing and creeping shrubs with white flowers in flat clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae
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The family Hydrangeaceae consists of 17 genera and 170 species that are widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere, with a few additional species also reaching Southeast Asia.
Begoniaceae 18 Gardenia jasminoides Rubiaceae 19 Hydrangea macrophylla Hydrangeaceae 20 Plumbago auriculata Plumbaginaceae 19 Hamelia patens Rubiaceae 17 Crinum sp.
In Hydrangeaceae, Schizophragma has pronouncedly monosymmetric, onesided sterile flowers at the periphery of the inflorescences (Hufford, 2004), and Kirengeshoma has flowers with sigmoidally curved pollination organs.
Chang 1/1 1 Distyliopsis Endress I/4 6 Hydrangeaceae, Asterids Dichroa Lour.
Although initially Tylerianthus was described as having affinities with the Hydrangeaceae or the Saxifragaceae, the authors indicate that cladistic analyses placed it as sister to Hydrangeaceae.