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Noun1.Primulaceae - a dicotyledonous family of the order Primulales with a regular flower; widely distributed in the northern hemisphere
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Primulales, Primulales - Primulaceae; Theophrastaceae; Myrsinaceae; and (in some classifications) Plumbaginaceae
genus Primula - very large and important genus of plants of temperate Europe and Asia having showy flowers
Anagallis, genus Anagallis - chiefly Old World herbs
Centunculus, genus Centunculus - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Primulaceae
genus Cyclamen - genus of widely cultivated flowering Eurasian herbs with centrally depressed rounded tubers and rounded heart-shaped leaves
genus Glaux, Glaux - sea milkwort
genus Hottonia, Hottonia - aquatic herbs
genus Lysimachia, Lysimachia - loosestrife: a cosmopolitan genus found in damp or swampy terrain having usually yellow flowers; inclined to be invasive
genus Samolus, Samolus - genus of herbs usually growing in salt marshes: water pimpernels
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Vatairea macrocarpa Fabaceae 9 1.14 0.57 (Benth.) Ducke Myrsine guianensis Primulaceae 8 1.01 0.57 (Aubl.) Kuntze Qualea parviflora Vochysiaceae 8 1.01 1.44 Mart.
pinnatisecta (Boiss.) Danin and PH.Davis Lysimachia vulgaris Primulaceae Giya baluk (L.) Pohl Malva neglecta Malvaceae Ebegumeci, Ebemkomeci Wallr.
TE Parodiolyra micrantha (Kunth) Davidse & Zuloaga TE, EP POLYPODIACEAE (1) Campyloneurum minus Fee EP PRIMULACEAE (2) Myrsine gardneriana A.DC.
fornicatus Fabaceae Lysiloma latisiliquum (*) 297 (55.4%) 11.7 36 AlbiZia lebbeck (*) 12 (2.2%) 8.1 2 Sapotaceae Chrysophyllum oliviforme 83 (15.3) 7.4 Sideroxylon salicifolium 7 (1.3) 13.3 Primulaceae Ardisia escallonioides 3 (0.4) 5.7 Casuarinaceae Casuarina spp.
Habitat: A herbaceous perennial member of the Primulaceae family, growing to about 30cm in meadows and open woodland in Europe and West Asia.
officinalis Hill) and oxlip (Primula elatior (L.) Hill) are small, long-lived perennials from the family Primulaceae, growing wild in temperate Europe and Asia [1].
Lysimachia clethroides Duby belongs to the Primulaceae family and is abundant and widely distributed in China.