Definition of Marantaceae. Meaning of Marantaceae. Synonyms of Marantaceae

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- The Marantaceae are a family, the arrowroot family, of flowering plants consisting of 31 genera and around 530 species, defining it as one of the most...
- known as prayer plant, is a species of flowering plant in the family Marantaceae, native to the Brazilian tropical forests. It is a variable, rhizomatous...
- (bird-of-paradise), Costaceae (spiral gingers), Cannaceae (canna lilies), Marantaceae (prayer plants), and Lowiaceae (Orchidantha). The APG II system (2003)...
- rufibarba (furry feather or velvet Calathea) is a flowering plant in the Marantaceae family native to Brazil. The plant's common name is due to its fuzzy...
- Calathea anulque is a species of plant in the Marantaceae family that is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane...
- is a plant species native to the Brazilian rainforest in the family Marantaceae. It is a common houseplant in temperate climates for its striking variegated...
- is a species of plant belonging to the genus Calathea in the family Marantaceae, native to eastern Brazil. Under the synonym Goeppertia makoyana, it...
- Calathea hagbergii is a species of flowering plant in the family Marantaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador, where it is known from only a single collection...
- Goeppertia kegeljanii is a species of flowering plant in the family Marantaceae. Native to Brazil, it is commonly also known by its synonym Calathea musaica...
- lancifolia (rattlesnake plant) is a species of flowering plant in the Marantaceae family, native to Brazil. It is an evergreen perennial, growing to 60–75 cm...
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