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- Nyctaginaceae, the four o'clock family, is a family of around 33 genera and 290 species of flowering plants, widely distributed in tropical and subtropical...
- Microteaceae family Molluginaceae family Montiaceae family Nepenthaceae family Nyctaginaceae family Petiveriaceae family Physenaceae family Phytolaccaceae family...
- devil's-claws, is a species of flowering tree in the Bougainvillea family, Nyctaginaceae. The tree has broad, thin leaves, smooth bark and bears clusters of...
- Shih-Huei, and Ming-Jou Wu." A Taxonomical Study of the Genus Boerhavia (Nyctaginaceae) in Taiwan." Taiwania. 52.4 (2007): 332-372.http://www.tsps.org...
- Hypanthium-derived: pomes (e.g. apple and pear) Perianth-derived: anthocarps of the Nyctaginaceae Receptacle-derived: fig, mulberry, pineapple, and strawberry Calyx-derived:...
- Mirabilis is a genus of plants in the family Nyctaginaceae known as the four-o'clocks or umbrellaworts. The best known species may be Mirabilis jalapa...
- March 9, 2014. (96 Kb) Yasin J. Nasir: Flora of West ****stan 115: Nyctaginaceae. Stewart Herbarium, Gordon College (et al.), Rawalpindi 1977, p. 13...
- Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Order: Caryophyllales Family: Nyctaginaceae Genus: Bougainvillea Species: B. spectabilis Binomial name Bougainvillea...
- Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Order: Caryophyllales Family: Nyctaginaceae Genus: Bougainvillea Species: B. × buttiana Binomial name Bougainvillea...
- about 20 species of annual or perennial herbaceous plants in the family Nyctaginaceae. Despite the common names, they are not related to Verbena (vervains)...
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