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V. 14.1
August 21st, 2022

460.0000 Family Gesneriaceae Rich. & Juss.; DC., Essai Propr. Méd. Pl., ed. 2: 192 (1816), nom. cons.
146 genera, ca. 3750 spp. Phylogeny: Weber et al. (2013)
Species listed in database: 3871; hybrids: 4
= Belloniaceae Martinov, Tekno-Bot. Slovar: 67 (1820)
= Besleriaceae Raf., Sylva Tellur.: 70 (1838)
= Cyrtandraceae Jack, Trans. L. Soc. London 14: 23 (1823)
= Didymocarpaceae D.Don, Edinburgh Philos. J. 7: 83 (1822)
= Ramondaceae Godr., J. C. M. Gren. & D. A. Godr., Fl. France 2: 506 (1850)
460.3313 Genus Rhabdothamnopsis Hemsl.; Journ. L. Soc. 35: 517 (1903)
Distribution: China
Species listed in database: 1
species :
Rhabdothamnopsis sinensis Hemsl.; Journ. L. Soc. 35: 517 (1903)
Distribution: China (W-Guizhou, W-Sichuan, SW-Sichuan, C-Yunnan, N-Yunnan)
36 CHI
Synonyms: hidden
= Boea esquirolii Lév. & Vaniot, Bull. Soc. Bot. France, 53: 551 (1906)
= Rhabdothamnopsis limprichtiana Lingelsh. & Borza, Fedde, Repert. 13: 390 (1914)
= Boea cavaleriei H.Lév. & Vaniot, Compt. Rend. Assoc. Franc. Avancem. Sci. 34: 429 (1906)
= Boea rubicunda H.Lév., Bull. Acad. Int. Geogr. Bot. 25: 24 (1915)
= Rhabdothamnopsis chinensis (Franch.) Hand.-Mazz., Symb. Sin. Pt. VII. 884 (1936)
= Rhabdothamnopsis chinensis var. ochroleuca (W.W.Sm.) Hand.-Mazz.
= Rhabdothamnopsis sinensis var. ochroleuca W.W.Sm.
= Streptocarpus chinensis Franch., Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. (Paris) 5(5): 252 (1899)
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