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- The Antirrhineae are one of the 12 tribes of the family Plantaginaceae. It contains the toadflax relatives, such as snapdragons. They are probably most...
- Lag. in the tribe Antirrhineae, in the phylogenetic analysis of Fernández-Mazuecos et al. (2013) it was a sister to the Antirrhineae, as also noted by...
- inclusion in a vastly enlarged family Plantaginaceae, within the tribe Antirrhineae. The taxonomy of this genus is complex and not yet fully resolved at...
- latter is now Melasma physalodes.) The genus is placed in the tribe Antirrhineae; within this tribe, it is closely related to Maurandya (including Maurandella)...
- are annuals and herbaceous perennials, and the largest genus in the Antirrhineae tribe of the plantain family Plantaginaceae. Linaria was traditionally...
- the publication of the generic name. The genus is placed in the tribe Antirrhineae; within this tribe, it is closely related to Lophospermum, Maurandya...
- partner (socia) of his botanical labours. The genus is placed in the tribe Antirrhineae; within this tribe, it is closely related to Lophospermum, Mabrya and...
- understanding of the North American flora." Mabrya is placed in the tribe Antirrhineae. The drooping or upright habit of the brittle stems distinguishes Mabrya...
- of interesting morphological features. For example, among members of Antirrhineae, only the species of the genus Antirrhinum lack a structure called spur...
- and students of the western flora." The genus is placed in the tribe Antirrhineae, originally part of the family Scrophulariaceae, but now in the Plantaginaceae...
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