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  1. family: Euphorbiaceae Juss. – Spurge

    Kingdom: Plantae

  2. species: Euphorbiaceae sp. (=AFO/411) – Blushwood

  3. species: Euphorbiaceae sp. (=RFK/2817)

  4. species: Euphorbiaceae sp. (=RFK/3501)

  5. species: Euphorbiaceae sp. (=RFK/1080)

  6. species: Euphorbiaceae sp. (=RFK/1225)

  7. Data resource: Smithsonian US Herbarium - Euphorbiaceae Galore!

    Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. Some are succulent and can resemble plants from the Cactus family; others can be in the form of herbs, shrubs and trees.This expedition of 587 tasks is fully transcribed and validated.

  8. Data resource: Smithsonian US Herbarium - Euphorbiaceae Galore! Set 3

    Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. Some are succulent and can resemble plants from the Cactus family; others can be in the form of herbs, shrubs and trees. Need assistance with a label? Don't forget to use the DigiVol forum to ask other volunteers for their advice.This expedition of 500 tasks is fully transcribed and validated.

  9. Data resource: Smithsonian Institution - Euphorbiaceae Galore Set 5!

    Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find the Bridelia. Several of the species of this genus are used by the Lepidoptera larvae as food plants. Need assistance with a label? Don't forget to use the DigiVol forum to ask other volunteers for their advice.This expedition of 500 tasks is fully transcribed and validated.

  10. Data resource: Smithsonian Institution - Euphorbiaceae Galore Set 6!

    Join us in transcribing the Euphorbiaceae, or Spurge, family, an extensive flowering family. In this group, we find the Bridelia. comprised of about 300 species, distributed in the Old World. Need assistance with a label? Don't forget to use the DigiVol forum to ask other volunteers for their advice.This expedition of 500 tasks is fully transcribed and validated.