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Loganiaceae (order Gentianales)

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Loganiaceae is a plant family in the order Gentianales.  Earlier treatments have included up to 29 genera. The current circumscription includes 13 genera, all tropical.

 

Included genera:

Antonia
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tropical South America  
 

Bonyunia

tropical South America  
 

Gardneria

tropical Asia  

Geniostoma (images)

Australia, Pacific  

Labordia (images)

Hawaii  
 

Logania

Australia  
 

Mitrasacme

pantropical  

Mitreola

pantropical  
 

Neuburgia

tropical Asia, Australia, Pacific  
 

Norrisia

tropical Asia  

Spigelia  (images)

tropical South America  

Strychnos (images)

pantropical  
 

Usteria

tropical Africa  

  Lena Struwe, 2003

 

Gentian Research Network, 2002-2011.
For corrections and additions, contact Lena Struwe at struwe@aesop.rutgers.edu