Checklist: Hyacinthaceae

HYACINTHACEAE

Introduction:

This is a checklist of taxa generated from the database. Genera and species which are either purely cultivated or which are wild species which do not occur in Caprivi have been excluded.

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Literature:   
Chase, M.W., Reveal, J.L. & Fay, M.J. (2009) A subfamilial classification for the expanded asparagalean families Amaryllidaceae, Asparagaceae and Xanthorrhoeaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 161 132-136  
Manning, J.C., Forest, F, Devey, D.S, Fay, M.F. & Goldblatt, P. (2009) A Molecular Phylogeny and a Revised Classification of Ornithogaloideae (Hyacinthaceae) Based on an Analysis of Four Plastid DNA Regions. Taxon 58(1) 77-107  
Manning, J.C., Goldblatt, P. & Fay, M.F. (2004) A revised generic synopsis of Hyacinthaceae in Sub-Saharan Africa, based on molecular evidence, including new combinations and the new Tribe Pseudoprospereae Edinburgh Journal of Botany 60(3) 533-568  
Martinez-Azorin, M., Crespo, M.B., Alonso-Vargas, M.A., Dold, A.P., Crouch. N.R., Pfosser, M., Mucina, L, Pinter, M. & Wetschnig, W. (2019) New combinations in the tribe Urgineeae (Asparagaceae subfam. Scilloideae) with comments on contrasting taxonomic treatments Phytotaxa 397(4) 291-299  
Martinez-Azorin, M., Crespo, M.B., Juan, A. & Fay, M.F. (2011) Molecular phylogenetics of subfamily Ornithogaloideae (Hyacinthaceae) based on nuclear and plastid DNA regions, including a new taxonomic arrangement Annals of Botany 107 1-37  
Pfosser, M. & Speta, F. (1999) Phylogenetics of Hyacinthaceae Based on Plastid DNA Sequences Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 86(4) 852-875  
Pfosser, M., Prenner, G. & Wetschnig, W. (2003) Phylogenetic relationships among genera of Massonieae (Hyacinthaceae) inferred from plastd DNA and seed morphology Journal of Plant Research 116 115-132  
Stedje, B. (1996) Hyacinthaceae Flora of Tropical East Africa   
Stedje, B. (2001) Generic Delimitation of Hyacinthaceae, with Special Emphasis on Sub-Saharan Genera Systematics and Geography of Plants 71(2) 449-454  
Stedje, B. (2001) The Generic Delimitation within Hyacinthaceae. A comment on works by F. Speta Bothalia 34(2) 192-195  
   
NamesFZ Divisions
   
1079.000 ALBUCA L.  
Albuca abyssinica Jacq.
Albuca angolensis Baker
Albuca bainesii Baker
Albuca melleri (Baker) Baker
   
1082.000 DRIMIA Jacq. ex Willd.  
Drimia altissima (L.f.) Ker Gawl.
Urginea altissima (L.f.) Baker
Urginea micrantha (A. Rich.) Solms
Drimia sanguinea (Schinz) Jessop
Urginea burkei Baker
Urginea sanguinea Schinz
   
1084.000 DIPCADI Medik.  
Dipcadi glaucum (Ker Gawl.) Baker
Dipcadi gracilipes Krause
Dipcadi longibracteatum Schinz
Dipcadi magnum Baker
Ornithogalum magnum (Baker) J.C. Manning & Goldblatt
Urginea lorata Baker
Uropetalon glaucum Ker Gawl.
Dipcadi longifolium (Lindl.) Baker
Dipcadi anthericoides Engl. & Gilg
Dipcadi firmifolium Baker
Dipcadi sansibaricum Engl.
Dipcadi venenatum Schinz
Dipcadi zambesiacum Baker
Ornithogalum longifolium (Lindl.) J.C. Manning & Goldblatt
Uropetalum longifolium Lindl.
   
1089.000 ORNITHOGALUM L.  
Ornithogalum pulchrum Schinz
Albuca comosa (Welw. ex Baker) J. C. Manning & Goldblatt
   
1090.010 LEDEBOURIA Roth  
Ledebouria floribunda (Baker) Jessop

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2014-19

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2019). Flora of Caprivi: Checklist: Hyacinthaceae.
https://www.capriviflora.com/speciesdata/utilities/utility-display-checklist.php?family_id=101, retrieved 19 November 2019

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