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Vernacular names of plants within the Genus Chamaesaracha

five eyes

Hierarchical position of the Genus Chamaesaracha

   Regnum  Plantae
common name: The plant kingdom
   Divisio  Magnoliophyta Cronquist
syn. Angiospermophyta / Anthophyta
pub. Takht. & Zimmerm. ex Reveal, Phytologia 79: 70. 29 Apr 1996.
common name: angiosperms, flowering plants
   Subdivisio  Magnoliophytina Frohne & U. Jensen ex Reveal
pub. Phytologia 79: 70. 29 Apr 1996.
common name: Angiosperms
   Classis  Rosopsida Batsch
pub. Dispos. Gen. Pl. Jenens.: 28. 1788.
   Subclassis  Lamiidae Takht. ex Reveal
pub. Phytologia 74: 178. 25 Mar 1993.
   SuperOrdo  Solananae R. Dahlgren ex Reveal
pub. Novon 2: 236. 1992.
   Ordo  Solanales Dumort.
pub. Anal. Fam. Pl.: 20. 1829.
common name: Polemoniales
   Subordo  Solanineae Engl.
pub. Syllabus, ed. 2: 180. Mai 1898.
   Familia  Solanaceae Juss.
pub. Gen. Pl.: 124. 4 Aug 1789.
common name: Potatos, tomato, peppers
   Genus  Chamaesaracha (A.Gray) Benth.
common name: five eyes

Named members of the Genus Chamaesaracha

   Species  coniodes (Moric. ex Dunal) Britt.
common name: gray five eyes
   Species  coronopus (Dunal) Gray
common name: greenleaf five eyes
   Species  crenata Rydb.
common name: toothed five eyes
   Species  edwardsiana Averett
common name: Edwards Plateau five eyes
   Species  grandiflora (Hook.) Fern.
syn. Leucophysalis grandiflora
   Species  nana (Gray) Gray
syn. Leucophysalis nana
   Species  pallida Averett
common name: pale five eyes
   Species  sordida (Dunal) Gray
common name: hairy five eyes
   Species  villosa Rydb.
common name: TransPecos five eyes

Individual specimen entries are published in the sample database supplied with The Compleat Botanica for species or varieties of this supra-generic taxon.

For a description of the methodology followed in establishing this hierarchy see the note Nomenclature used in The Compleat Botanica.


Last reviewed October 31, 2004   


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