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- The Tulipeae (syn. Tulipoideae) Duby is a tribe of monocotyledon perennial, herbaceous mainly bulbous flowering plants in the Liliaceae (lily) family....
- Subtribus IV M****onieae p. 806 Tribus XIII Scilleae p. 807 Tribus XIV Tulipeae p. 816 Tribus XV Colchiceae ... Tribus XX Veratreae p. 834 CLXXIX. PONTEDERIACEÆ...
- (Lilioideae s.l.) at 27 mya, Liliaceae sensu Dahlgren (Lilieae s.s. and Tulipeae) at 20 mya (Miocene). Within the Liliaceae sensu Dahlgren there developed...
- includes Amana) and Erythronium which are treated as a separate tribe, Tulipeae. Within Lilieae s.s., Gagea now includes Lloydia, and Lilium includes Nomocharis...
- Nomocharis, Cardiocrinum, Notholirion) from the Himalayas about 12 mya and the Tulipeae (Erythronium, Tulipa, Gagea) from East Asia at about the same time. The...
- Erythronium, although some authors believe that all three genera of the Tulipeae could be treated as a single genus. The evolutionary and phylogenetic relationships...
- Bentham and Hooker (1883), placed Fritillaria and Lilium in Liliaceae tribe Tulipeae, together with five other genera. Fritillaria is generally considered a...
- Liliaceae would be reduced to a small 'core' represented by the tribe Tulipeae (18 genera), while large groups such Scilleae and Asparagae would become...
- series Epigynae. The Liliaceae now consisted of twenty tribes (including Tulipeae, Scilleae and Asparageae), and the Amaryllideae of five (including Agaveae...
- Plant Families Baker, J. G. (1874). "Revision of the Genera and Species of Tulipeae". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. xiv (76). Fritillaria pp. 251–275...