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Synonyms for Caesalpiniaceae

spiny trees, shrubs, or perennial herbs, including the genera Caesalpinia, Cassia, Ceratonia, Bauhinia

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W Fruit AA-49-07 Asclepiadaceae Mondia whiteii skeels* W Root AA-01-07 Caesalpiniaceae Tamarindus indica L.
Numbers: RV448 and RV500 Caesalpiniaceae Bauhinia sp.
Total # Family/Species Part eaten individuals Anacardiaceae Anacardium excelsum S 10 Spondias mombin FP,B 66 Spondias purpurea FP 2 Mangifera indica ** FP 10 Bignoniaceae Tabebuia rosea F 2 Bombacaceae Ceiba aesculifolia FS,B,L 9 Ceiba pentandra S,B 4 Bombacopsis quinata FS,B 7 Ochroma pyramidale F 12 Caesalpiniaceae Schizolobium parahybum S,L,B 9 Delonix regia * F,S,L 206 Cassia grandis FS,B 8 Combretaceae Terminalia catappa * FS,L 498 Lythraceae Lagerstroemia speciosa * S 31 Meliaceae Cedrela odorata S 2 Swietenia macrophylla S 2 Fabaceae Pseudosamanea guachapele F,L,B 23 Lysiloma divaricatum S 7 Enterolobium cyclocarpum B,Li 4 Inga vera ES,L 18 Inga sp.
of family Caesalpiniaceae is a common weed scattered from foothills of Himalayas to West Bengal, South India, Burma, and Sri Lanka.
Table I The occurrence of complete staminodial whorls in the Magnoliatae as derived from (ob)diplostemonous or dicyclic androccia (a) Family Tribe, genus, or species Alliaceae Allium, Trichlora, Gilliesia Anacardiaceae Pentaspadon Bombacaceae Chorisia Bonnetiaceae Ploiarium, Archytaea Brexiaceae Brexia, Ixerba Burseraceae Santiria Caesalpiniaceae Dimorphandra Caryophyllaceae Paronychia, Herniaria, Habrosia, Schiedea, etc.
macrospadix) are overrepresented only in the crown zone of gaps created by Pentaclethra macroloba, Caesalpiniaceae (Brandani et al.
The legumes - including Caesalpiniaceae, Fabaceae, Mimosaceae, and the tribe Swartzieae (commonly treated as a member of either Caesalpiniaceae or Fabaceae, and treated as Fabaceae for the classification of host specificity in Table I) - are without doubt the most abundantly sampled plants.
1997), we recognize the Leguminosae at the ordinal level (Fabales, in Cronquist, 1981), and are using family-level distinctions for the Mimosaceae, Caesalpiniaceae, and Fabaceae.