Caesalpinia platyloba is a species of plants with 73 observations. Caesalpinia platyloba in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. platyloba () Brasilettia pilosa Britton & Rose Brasilettia pilosa Britton & Rose Caesalpinia blasiana Caesalpinia blasiana M.E. .
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Caesalpinia platyloba – Wikispecies
Caesalpinia is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. Historically, membership within the genus has been highly variable, with different publications including anywhere from 70 to species, depending largely on the inclusion or exclusion of species alternately listed under genera such as Hoffmannseggia.
It contains tropical or subtropical woody plants. The generic name honours the botanistphysicianand philosopher Andrea Cesalpino — The name Caesalpinaceae at family level, or Caesalpinioideae at the level of subfamily, is based on this generic name.
Caesalpinia was once much larger, but most of the species assigned to it have been segregated into separate genera.
It currently comprises the following species: The following playyloba are currently assigned to Caesalpinia but will eventually be transferred to the genus Guilandina once the necessary taxonomic revisions have been published.
The following species are currently assigned to Caesalpinia but may form an independent genus, in which case the name Ticanto Adans.
Some species are grown for their ornamental flowers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Caesalpinia Caesalpinia pulcherrima Scientific classification Kingdom: United States Department of Agriculture. Archived from the original on The Names of Plants 4th ed. Retrieved from ” https: Caesalpinieae Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link from Wikidata Taxonbars with 20—24 taxon IDs.
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