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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Malvaceae Juss.
  • APC nom. cons.
According to:CHAH (2008), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Jussieu, A.L. de (1789), Genera Plantarum

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Synonym Source
Malvaceae Adans. heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:unknown

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Bromaceae Burnett heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Burnett, G.T. (1835), Outlines of Botany

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Sparmanniaceae J.Agardh heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Agardh, J.G. (1858), Theoria Systatis Plantarum

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Byttneriaceae R.Br. heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Brown, R. in Flinders, M. (1814), General remarks, geographical and systematical, on the Botany of Terra Australis. A Voyage to Terra Australis 2, Appendix III

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Tiliaceae Juss. heterotypic nom. cons.

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Pentapetaceae Bercht. & J.Presl heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Berchtold, F. von & Presl, J.S. (1820), O Prirozenosti Rostlin

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Helicteraceae J.Agardh heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Agardh, J.G. (1858), Theoria Systatis Plantarum

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Sterculiaceae Vent. heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Ventenat, E.P. in Salisbury, R.A. (1807), Paradisus Londinensis 2

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Bombacaceae Kunth heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Kunth, K.S. (1822), Malvaceae, Buttneriaceae, Tuiaceae

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Buttneriaceae R.Br. heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Brown, R. in Flinders, M. (1814), General remarks, geographical and systematical, on the Botany of Terra Australis. A Voyage to Terra Australis 2, Appendix III

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Brownlowiaceae Cheek heterotypic nom. cons.
Published in:Cheek, M.R. (2006), Kew Bulletin 61

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Common Name Source
Mallows and Relatives standard true en au
Mallow Family Australia
Name Source
Malvaceae accepted

Scientific name reallocated to Malvaceae Juss. by taxonomy builder

Malvaceae Juss. accepted nom. cons.

Bombacaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Bombax, Campostemon and Lagunaria. Brownlowiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Berrya, Brownlowia and Indagator. Byttneriaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Abroma, Commersonia, Dicarpidium, Hannafordia, Keraudrenia, Kleinhovea, Lasiopetalum, Melochia, Rulingia, Seringia and Waltheria. Helicteraceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Helicteres. Pentapetaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Melhania. Sterculiaceae is recognised as distinct in Qld, represented by Argyrodendron, Brachychiton, Firmania, Franciscodendron, Heritiera and Sterculia.

Malvaceae accepted

Scientific name reallocated to Malvaceae Juss. by taxonomy builder

Identifier Source
http://data.nzor.org.nz/names/fcad6282-e269-4780-ad0f-bfb5c5060ae5 Scientific Name current
NZOR-6-53182 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/54428 Scientific Name current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/taxon/apni/51335953 Taxon current
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/taxon/apni/51335953 URI unknown
63184000 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/650924 Taxon Concept current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Rosanae
order
Malvales
family
Malvaceae
unranked
Gossypium australe x G.sturtianum 
unranked
Hibiscus calyphyllus 
unranked
Hibiscus divaricatus x H.heterophyllus 
unranked
Hibiscus heterophyllus x H.meraukensis 
unranked
Hibiscus heterophyllus x H.splendens 
unranked
Hibiscus verrucosus 
unranked
Lasiopetalum sp. (Coochin Hills L.S.Smith 14050) 
unranked
Sida cardiophylla - S.macropoda ex Benth. 
unranked
Sida filiformis - S.macropoda 
subfamily
Byttnerioideae Burnett 
subfamily
Byttnerioideae Burnett 
tribe
Bombaceae Kunth 
tribe
Hibisceae Rchb. 
tribe
Malveae J.Presl 
tribe
Ureneae A.Gray 
genus
Abelmoschus Medik. 
genus
Abroma Jacq. 
genus
Abutilon Mill. 
genus
Adansonia L. 
genus
Alcea L. 
genus
Allenia E.Phillips 
genus
Althaea L. 
genus
Althoffia K.Schum. 
genus
Alyogyne Alef. 
genus
Androcalva C.F.Wilkins & Whitlock 
genus
Anisodontea C.Presl 
genus
Anoda Cav. 
genus
Apeiba 
genus
Argyrodendron F.Muell. 
genus
Asterotrichion Klotzsch 
genus
Azanza Alef. 
genus
Bamia Sims 
genus
Berrya Roxb. 
genus
Bombax L. 
genus
Brachychiton Schott & Endl. 
genus
Brotera Cav. 
genus
Brownlowia Roxb. 
genus
Callianthe Donnell 
genus
Camptostemon Mast. 
genus
Ceiba Mill. 
genus
Commersonia J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. 
genus
Corchoropsis Siebold & Zucc. 
genus
Corchorus L. 
genus
Cristaria Cav. 
genus
Decaschistia Wight & Arn. 
genus
Dicarpidium F.Muell. 
genus
Durio 
genus
Entelea R.Br. 
genus
Firmiana Marsili 
genus
Franciscodendron B.Hyland & Steenis 
genus
Fremontodendron 
genus
Friesia 
genus
Gaya 
genus
Gilesia F.Muell. 
genus
Glabraria L. 
genus
Gossypium L. 
genus
Grewia L. 
genus
Guichenotia J.Gay 
genus
Gynatrix Alef. 
genus
Hannafordia F.Muell. 
genus
Helicteres L. 
genus
Herissantia Medik. 
genus
Heritiera Aiton 
genus
Hibiscus L. 
genus
Hildegardia Schott & Endl. 
genus
Hoheria A.Cunn. 
genus
Howittia F.Muell. 
genus
Indagator Halford 
genus
Kleinhovia L. 
genus
Laguna Cav. 
genus
Lagunaria (DC.) Rchb. 
genus
Lasiopetalum Sm. 
genus
Lavatera L. 
genus
Lawrencia Hook. 
genus
Lebretonia Schrank 
genus
Lysiosepalum F.Muell. 
genus
Macrostelia Hochr. 
genus
Mahernia L. 
genus
Malachra L. 
genus
Malope L. 
genus
Malva L. 
genus
Malvastrum A.Gray 
genus
Malvaviscus Fabr. 
genus
Malvella Jaub. & Spach 
genus
Melhania Forssk. 
genus
Melochia L. 
genus
Modiola Moench 
genus
Palgianthus G.Forst. ex Baill. 
genus
Pavonia Cav. 
genus
Pentapetes L. 
genus
Perinka Raf. 
genus
Plagianthus J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. 
genus
Radyera Bullock 
genus
Saviniona Webb & Berthel. 
genus
Savinonia W.R.Barker, R.M.Barker, Jessop & Vonow 
genus
Schoutenia Korth. 
genus
Seringia J.Gay 
genus
Sida L. 
genus
Sidalcea A.Gray 
genus
Sidastrum Baker f. 
genus
Sparmannia L.f. 
genus
Sparrmannia L.f. 
genus
Sphaeralcea A.St.-Hil. 
genus
Sterculia L. 
genus
Sturtia R.Br. 
genus
Theobroma L. 
genus
Thespesia Sol. ex Correa 
genus
Thomasia J.Gay 
genus
Tilia L. 
genus
Trichospermum Blume 
genus
Triumfetta L. 
genus
Ungeria Schott & Endl. 
genus
Urena L. 
genus
Waltheria L. 
species
Cristaria coccinea (Nutt.) Pursh 
species
Guazuma tomentosa Kunth 
species
Hermannia velutina DC. 
species
Laguna lanceolata Gaudich. 
species
Laguna spathulata Gaudich. 
species
Lavatera hispida Desf. 
species
Pterospermum acerifolium (L.) Willd. 
species
Sparrmannia africana L.f. 
species
Tarrietia actinophylla C.Moore 

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