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Several closely related mycoheterotrophic species occur in subfamily Monotropoideae of family Ericaceae.
The generalized geographical and species-concentration patterns for the family Ericaceae as a whole are also evident within individual genera, such as Cavendishia.
Neotropical blueberries: The plant family Ericaceae.
Rhoddies belong to the plant family ericaceae and, with the azaleas, heathers and kalmia, require an acid soil.
Rhododendron ponticum, a member of the botanical family Ericaceae, grows extensively on the mountains of the eastern Black Sea area of Turkey (1).