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On Hillebrandia, a new genus of Begoniaceæ

Oliver, Daniel

On Hillebrandia, a new genus of Begoniaceæ

by Oliver, Daniel

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Begoniaceae -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Professor Oliver ; read November 2, 1865.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK495.B4 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 361-363, [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages363
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19451598M

    Begoniaceae. Each "thumbnail" image below is linked to a larger photograph. Begonia sp. Note male and female flowers. Hillebrandia sandwicensis, pua maka nui. Endemic Hawaiian genus, note unisexual flowers. Plant Family Access Page. On Begoniella, a new genus of Begoniaceae from New Granada.

    The taxonomic treatment of Begoniaceae for the state of Bahia, Brazil, led to the recognition of three new species of Begonia with narrow distributions, which are described and illustrated here: Begonia delicata Gregório & J.A.S. Costa, sp. nov. is a herb restricted to the region of the Recôncavo; Begonia elianeae Gregório & J.A.S. Costa, sp. nov. is a shrub endemic to the Atlantic forest.   Best viewed @ large size Begoniaceae - Taiwan origin of plant above Begonia Shown: Detail of male flower, approx. cm wide "Begonia is a genus in the flowering plant family Begoniaceae. The only other members of the family Begoniaceae are Hillebrandia, a genus with a single species in the Hawaiian Islands, and the genus Symbegonia which more recently was included Views: K.

    Note on Hamamelis and Loropetalum: with a description of a new Anisophyllea from Malacca: Note on the structure of the anther: Official guide to the Kew Museum: On Hillebrandia, a new Genus of Begoniaceae: Samadera Bidwilli Oliv. The Begoniaceae are a family of flowering plants with about species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and has only one species.


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On Hillebrandia, a new genus of Begoniaceæ by Oliver, Daniel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hillebrandia sandwicensis is a species of a herbaceous perennial flowering plant native to some of the Hawaiian names include aka ʻaka ʻawa and puʻa maka nui.

The genus name honors the German physician William Hillebrand. In terms of morphology, H. sandwicensis is similar to Begonia, but differences in flower structure, pollen morphology, and fruit separate the two : Tracheophytes.

The Begoniaceae are a family of flowering plants with about species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and has only one : Tracheophytes.

Begoniaceae is a family of flowering plants with two genera and about species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and has a Clade: Tracheophytes.

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Begoniaceae, the begonia family of flowering plants in the order Cucurbitales. The Begoniaceae consists of two genera: Begonia, with some 1, species, and Hillebrandia, with one species. The family is distributed throughout most tropical and warm temperate regions, with a large percentage of species being native to the Americas.

1. Introduction. The family Begoniaceae consists of more than species of two genera, Hillebrandia and Begonia (Mabberley, ).Of their genera, the genus Hillebrandia consists of only one species, H. sandwicensis Oliv.

and is endemic to Hawaii. Other species belonging to the genus Begonia are distributed to the Tropical and Temperate zones in Asia, Africa, and Central and. The Begoniaceae consist of two genera, Begonia, with approximately species that are widely distributed in the tropics, and Hillebrandia, with one species that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and the only member of the family native to those help explain the history of Hillebrandia on the Hawaiian Archipelago, phylogenetic relationships of the Begoniaceae and the Cucurbitales.

Begoniaceae Agardh The Begoniaceae is a family of 2 genera and around species of tropical flowering perennials including many stem succulents, mainly from America and Asia, with a few African species. The monotypic succulent genus Hillebrandia Oliver () is native to the Hawaiian islands.

All other species are included in Begonia which also lends its name to the Family Begoniaceae. Hillebrandia sandwicensis is a herbaceous, perennial, flowering plant, similar to Begonia, up to 4 feet ( m) tall and spreading from the root into many soft green stems with a profusion of conspicuously large leaves.

Each stem produces several clusters of delicate pink and white blossoms. General notes Begoniaceae includes the monotypic genus Hillebrandia, distinguished by a semi-inferior ovary, incompletely closed ovary, fruits that dehisce between the styles, and more numerous, more highly differentiated sepals and petals.

It is the only member of the family native to the Hawaiian archipelago (Forrest et al. Oliver, Daniel (). "On Hillebrandia, a new genus of Begoniaceæ". Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London. 25 (3): &ndash, Retrieved Hillebrandia sandwicensis. The Nature Conservancy. Hillebrandia sandwicensis Oliv.

Common names aka'aka'aka in language. Bibliographic References. Oliv. () In: Trans. Linn. Soc. London Oliver P () XI.-On Hillebrandia, a New Genus of Begoniaceae.

The pantropical genus Begonia is the sixth–largest genus of flowering plants, including species. The sections of Begonia are used frequently as analogues to genera in other families but, despite their taxonomic utility, few of the current sections have been examined in the. Browsing: Begoniaceae Begoniaceae is a family of flowering plants with two genera and about species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World.

All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and has a single species. This page was last edited on 9 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.

Begonia is a genus in the flowering plant family Begoniaceae and is a perennial. The only other members of the family Begoniaceae are Hillebrandia, a genus with a single species in the Hawaiian Islands, and the genus Symbegonia which more recently was included in Begonia.

Begonia, (genus Begonia), any of about 1, species of mostly rather succulent plants in the family Begoniaceae, many with colourful flowers or leaves and used as pot plants indoors or as garden are from the tropics and subtropics.

Prominent features are their usually four-coloured tepals (petals and sepals together) in two pairs of different sizes and the three wings on the. The Begoniaceae consist of two genera, Begonia, with approximately species that are widely distributed in the tropics, and Hillebrandia, with one species that is endemic to the Hawaiian.

The Begoniaceae are a family of flowering plants with about species occurring in the subtropics and tropics of both the New World and Old World. All but one of the species are in the genus Begonia. The only other genus in the family, Hillebrandia, is endemic to the.

Full text of "Studies in the Begoniaceae" See other formats A1 PHYTOLOGIA MEMOIRS IV STUDIES IN THE BEGONIACEAE by ANDREY I.

BARANOV NEW YORK BOTANICAU PHYTOLOGIA MEMOIRS are published by Harold N. Moldenke and Alma L. Moldenke, Parkside Road, Plainfield, New JerseyU.S.A., as a cooperative nonprofit series to facilitate the pubUcation of larger.

Molecular phylogenetic and morphologic data show that Begoniaceae comprise two genera: the monotypic, Hawaiian endemic Hillebrandia Oliver (H. sandwicensis Oliver), and pantropical Begonia (W. L. Clement et al.

; L. L. Forrest et al. ). Although present in New Guinea, the family is natively absent from Australia.American Journal of Botany 91(6): – PHYLOGENETIC POSITION AND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF HILLEBRANDIA SANDWICENSIS (BEGONIACEAE): A RARE HAWAIIAN RELICT 1 WENDY L.

CLEMENT,2 MARK C. TEBBITT,3 LAURA L. FORREST,4 JAIME E. BLAIR,5 LUC BROUILLET,6 TORSTEN ERIKSSON,7 AND SUSAN M. SWENSEN8,9 2Department of Plant .The genus Begonia may be the largest among Angiosperms as it consists of approximately 1, species and many more hybrids and cultivars.

Together with Hillebrandia, it makes up the family Begoniaceae in the order a species are herbaceous plants distributed primarily in moist environments of tropical and subtropical areas of Central and South America, Africa, and .