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V. 13.2
July 2nd, 2022

278.0000 Family Fagaceae Dumort.; Anal. Fam. Pl.: 11, 12 (1829), nom. cons.
10 genera, ca. 920 spp.
Species listed in database: 927; hybrids: 180
= Castaneaceae Brenner, Florist. Handb.: 167 (1886)
= Quercaceae Martinov, Tekhno-Bot. Slovar: 525 (1820)
278.2009 Genus Quercus L.; Sp. Pl. 994 (1753)
Distribution: America from Canada to Colombia, many of them in Mexico, Europe from Scandinavia to Mediterranean, N-Africa, W-(incl. Caucasus, South, East, and Southeast Asia, Malesia, Russia (European part and Russian Far East), China (35). Many microspecies of Mexico and Central America have recently been synonymized.
Species listed in database: 411; hybrids: 177
= Balanaulax Raf., Alsogr. Amer.: 28 (1838)
= Balanopsis Raf., Alsog. Amer. 29 (1838)
= Cerris Raf., Alsog. Am. 29 (1838)
= Coccigera Gand., (1890)
= Cyclobalanopsis (Endl.) Oerst., Kjoeb. Vidensk. Meddel. 77 (1866)
= Cyclobalanus (Endl.) Oerst., Vidensk. Meddel. Dansk Naturhist. Foren. Kjobenhavn 18: 80 (1867)
= Dryopsile Raf., Alsog. Am. 25 (1838)
= Eriodrys Raf., Alsog. Am. 30 (1838)
= Erythrobalanus (Oerst.) O.Schwarz, Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin, 13: 4, 8 (1936)
= Ilex Mill., Gard. Dict. Abridg., ed. 4 (1754) (non L.)
= Lithocarpus Blume, Bijdr. 526 (1825)
= Macrobalanus (Oerst.) O.Schwarz, Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin, 13: 8 (1936)
= Pasania Oerst., Kjoeb. Vidensk. Meddel. 81 (1866)
= Perytis Raf., Alsog. Am. 29 (1838)
= Quercigo Gand., (1890)
= Scolodrys Raf., Alsog. Am. 29 (1838)
= Suber Mill., (1754)

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