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Family: Apocynaceae  Juss., nom. cons.

Family number: 78. Last updated: 12-Apr-2007.
Number of accepted genera: 402.
Type genus: Apocynum L.
Comment: dicot family.

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Subfamilies and tribes for Apocynaceae:

Subfamily Tribe Subtribe
Apocynoideae Apocyneae
Apocynoideae Echiteae
Apocynoideae Malouetieae
Apocynoideae Mesechiteae
Apocynoideae Wrightieae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Asclepiadinae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Astephaninae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Cynanchinae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Gonolobinae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Metastelmatinae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Oxypetalinae
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Tylophorinae
Asclepiadoideae Ceropegieae
Asclepiadoideae Ceropegieae Anisotominae
Asclepiadoideae Ceropegieae Heterostemminae
Asclepiadoideae Ceropegieae Leptadeniinae
Asclepiadoideae Ceropegieae Stapeliinae
Asclepiadoideae Fockeeae
Asclepiadoideae Marsdenieae
Rauvolfioideae Alstonieae
Rauvolfioideae Alyxieae
Rauvolfioideae Carisseae
Rauvolfioideae Hunterieae
Rauvolfioideae Melodineae
Rauvolfioideae Plumerieae
Rauvolfioideae Tabernaemontaneae
Rauvolfioideae Vinceae
Rauvolfioideae Willughbeieae


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USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program.
Germplasm Resources Information Network - (GRIN) [Online Database].
National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland.
URL: (26 November 2015)

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