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Neohodgsonia

Neohodgsonia is a genus of liverworts containing the single species Neohodgsonia mirabilis. Neohodgsonia is the only genus in the family Neohodgsoniaceae, which is the only family in the order Neohodgsoniales.

Ptilidium

Ptilidium is a genus of liverwort, and is the only genus in family Ptilidiaceae. It includes only three species: Ptilidium californicum, Ptilidium ciliare, and Ptilidium pulcherrimum. The genus is distributed throughout the arctic and subarctic, ...

Aulacomnium

Species currently accepted by The Plant List are as follows: Aulacomnium stolonaceum Mull. Hal. Aulacomnium androgynum Hedw. Schwagr. Aulacomnium heterostichoides Janssens, D.G. Horton & Basinger. Aulacomnium turgidum Wahlenb. Schwagr. Aulacomniu ...

Bartramia (plant)

Bartramia is a genus of mosses in the family Bartramiaceae. The genus was first formally described by Johann Hedwig in 1801. There are about 72 species, usually growing on soil, sometimes on rocks, in many habitats in many parts of the world, alt ...

Bryum

Bryum is a genus of mosses in the family Bryaceae. It was considered the largest genus of mosses, in terms of the number of species, until it was split into three separate genera in a 2005 publication. As of 2013, the classification of both Bryum ...

Buxbaumia

Buxbaumia is a genus of twelve species of moss. It was first named in 1742 by Albrecht von Haller and later brought into modern botanical nomenclature in 1801 by Johann Hedwig to commemorate Johann Christian Buxbaum, a German physician and botani ...

Calomnion

Calomnion is a genus of mosses in the family Rhizogoniaceae. They have been reported from Australia, New Zealand, Polynesia, Melanesia, New Guinea, and eastern Indonesia.

Campylopus

Campylopus is a genus of 180 species of moss in the family Leucobryaceae. The name comes from the Greek campylos, meaning curved, and pous, meaning foot, referring to the setae which curve downwards.

Funaria

Funaria is a genus of approximately 210 species of moss. Funaria hygrometrica is the most common species. Funaria hygrometrica is called" cord moss” because of the twisted seta which is very hygroscopic and untwists when moist. The name is derive ...

Grimmia

Grimmia is a genus of mosses, originally named by Jakob Friedrich Ehrhart in honour of Johann Friedrich Carl Grimm, a physician and botanist from Gotha, Germany.

Kiaeria (plant)

The moss is similar to small Dicranum species and form loose to dense cushions. The stems are erect, 1-2 inches high occasionally higher and are sparsely fibrous with rhizoids below. The leaves are lanceolate, erect-spreading, sometimes falcate, ...

Rhizomnium

Rhizomnium is a genus of mosses in the family Mniaceae commonly referred to as leafy mosses. They grow nearly worldwide, mostly in the northern hemisphere.

Seligeria

Seligeria can be found in Europe, North America, New Zealand and Tasmania. Most species of Seligeria are native to the Northern Hemisphere, but Seligeria cardotti and Seligeria diminuta are native to the Southern Hemisphere.

Takakia

Takakia is a genus of two species of mosses known from western North America and central and eastern Asia. The genus is placed as a separate family, order and class among the mosses. It has had a history of uncertain placement, but the discovery ...

Ananthacorus

Ananthacorus is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Vittarioideae of the family Pteridaceae with a single species Ananthacorus angustifolius. Its native distribution ranges from Mexico through Central America to northern South America. It has been ...

Blechnidium

Blechnidium is a genus of ferns in the family Blechnaceae, subfamily Blechnoideae, with a single species Blechnidium melanopus, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is accepted in a 2016 classification o ...

Brainea

Brainea is a genus of ferns in the family Blechnaceae, subfamily Blechnoideae, with a single species Brainea insignis, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is accepted in a 2016 classification of the fam ...

Cheiloplecton

Cheiloplecton is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Cheilanthoideae of the family Pteridaceae with a single species Cheiloplecton rigidum, native to Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

Cleistoblechnum

Cleistoblechnum is a genus of ferns in the family Blechnaceae, subfamily Blechnoideae, with a single species Cleistoblechnum eburneum, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is accepted in a 2016 classific ...

Cosentinia

Cosentinia is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Pteridoideae of the family Pteridaceae with a single species Cosentinia vellea. Its native distribution ranges from the Canary Islands through Europe, northern Africa and Western Asia to the west Hi ...

Icarus (plant)

Icarus is a genus of ferns in the family Blechnaceae, subfamily Blechnoideae, with a single species Icarus filiformis, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is accepted in a 2016 classification of the fam ...

Japanobotrychum

Japanobotrychum is a genus of ferns in the family Ophioglossaceae with the sole species Japanobotrychum lanuginosum. The genus is accepted in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016, but not by some other sources.

Onoclea

Onoclea is a genus of plants in the family Onocleaceae, native to moist habitats in eastern Asia and eastern North America. They are deciduous ferns with sterile fronds arising from creeping rhizomes in spring, dying down at first frost. Fertile ...

Rheopteris

Rheopteris is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Vittarioideae of the family Pteridaceae with a single species, Rheopteris cheesmaniae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. Other sources sink the genus into Monogramma, a gen ...

Scoliosorus

Scoliosorus is a genus of ferns in the subfamily Vittarioideae of the family Pteridaceae with a single species, Scoliosorus ensiformis. The species is native to Mexico and Central America.

Micrasterias

Micrasterias is a unicellular green alga of the order Desmidiales. Its species vary in size reaching up to hundreds of microns. Micrasterias displays bilateral symmetry, with two mirror image semi-cells joined by a narrow isthmus containing the n ...

Micromonas

Micromonas is a genus of green algae in the family Mamiellaceae. To obtain in 2016 the second species, Micromonas commoda, Micromonas pika is the only species in the genus, which has led to a disproportionate number of studies discuss a single sp ...

Ostreococcus

Ostreococcus is a genus of unicellular coccoid or spherically shaped green algae belonging to the class Mamiellophyceae. It includes prominent members of the global picoplankton community, which plays a central role in the oceanic carbon cycle.

Tetraselmis

Tetraselmis is a genus of phytoplankton. Tetraselmis is a green algal genus within the order Chlorodendrales, and they are characterized by their intense green colored chloroplast, their flagellated cell bodies, the presence of a pyrenoid within ...

Amentotaxus

Amentotaxus is a genus of conifers comprising five species, treated in either the Cephalotaxaceae, or in the Taxaceae when that family is considered in a broad sense. The genus is endemic to subtropical Southeast Asia, from Taiwan west across sou ...

Callitris

Callitris is a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae. There are 16 recognized species in the genus, of which 13 are native to Australia and the other three native to New Caledonia. Traditionally, the most widely used common name is cypres ...

Cephalotaxus

Cephalotaxus, commonly called plum yew or cowtail pine, is a genus of conifers comprising 11 species, treated in either the Cephalotaxaceae, or in the Taxaceae when that family is considered in a broad sense. The genus is endemic to eastern Asia, ...

Chamaecyparis

Chamaecyparis, common names cypress or false cypress, is a genus of conifers in the cypress family Cupressaceae, native to eastern Asia and to the western and eastern margins of the United States. The name is derived from the Greek khamai, meanin ...

Cupressus

Cupressus is one of several genera within the family Cupressaceae that have the common name cypress, for the others, see cypress. It is considered a polyphyletic group. Based on genetic and morphological analysis, the genus Cupressus is found in ...

Keteleeria

Keteleeria is a genus of three species of coniferous trees in the family Pinaceae first described as a genus in 1866. The name of the genus Keteleeria honor 1813-1903 J. B. Keteleer, French nursery. The group is related to the genera Nothotsuga a ...

Libocedrus

Libocedrus is a genus of five species of coniferous trees in the cypress family Cupressaceae, native to New Zealand and New Caledonia. The genus is closely related to the South American genera Pilgerodendron and Austrocedrus, and the New Guinean ...

Sequoiadendron

Sequoiadendron is a genus of evergreen trees, with two species, only one of which survives to the present: Sequoiadendron giganteum, extant, commonly known as the "giant sequoia", growing naturally in the Sierra Nevada of California. † Sequoiaden ...

Torreya

Torreya is a genus of conifers comprising six or seven species placed the family Taxaceae, though sometimes formerly placed in Cephalotaxaceae. Four species are native to eastern Asia, the other two are native to North America. They are small to ...

Tsuga

Tsuga, the name of Tsuga sieboldii) is a genus of conifers in the subfamily Abietoideae. The common name hemlock is derived from a perceived similarity in the smell of its crushed foliage to that of the unrelated plant poison hemlock. Unlike the ...

Arales

Arales is a botanical name for an order of flowering plants. The name was used in the Cronquist system for an order placed in subclass Arecidae, circumscribed as: Order Arales family Acoraceae family Araceae family Lemnaceae. In the classificatio ...

Aristolochiales

Aristolochiales is an order of flowering plants. It is not recognised in the APG or APG II systems, in which it is considered a synonym of Piperales. It also is not recognized in the Thorne system. In the Cronquist, Dahlgren, Goldberg and reveal ...

Batales

Batales is a botanical name of an order of flowering plants. This name was used in several systems, sometimes in the spelling Batidales. Often this order consisted of the genus Batis only. In the 1981 version of the Cronquist system it was an ord ...

Bromeliales

The Bromeliales is the botanical name of an order of flowering plants. Such an order has been recognized by a few systems of plant taxonomy, with a various placement. It appears that it always has had the same circumscription: consisting only of ...

Burmanniales

Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius listed the ordo that is, family Burmanniaceae in 1835 and consequently has been cited as an authority, although he acknowledged earlier descriptions by Carl Ludwig Blume 1827 and John Lindley 1830. The name come ...

Callitrichales

Callitrichales Dumort is an order of flowering plants. As circumscribed by American botanist Arthur Cronquist in the Cronquist system, the order included three families: Callitrichaceae. Hippuridaceae. Hydrostachyaceae. Feature is the single stam ...

Calycerales

The Calycerales is a valid botanic name for an order of flowering plants. When accepted, it included the family Calyceraceae, which is now placed in the Asterales, and Calycerales treated as a synonym of Asterales.

Capparales

Capparales is a botanical name of an order of flowering plants. It was used in the Cronquist system for an order in subclass Dilleniidae and in the Kubitzki system, nowadays. In the 1981 version of this system it included: Order Capparales family ...

Ebenales

Ebenales is the botanical name of an order of flowering plants. This name was used in several systems, for example the Bentham & Hooker system and the Engler system, although the Wettstein system preferred the name Diospyrales. In the 1981 versio ...

Guttiferales

Guttiferales is a descriptive botanical name. It was used in the Bentham & Hooker system, the Wettstein system for an order of flowering plants that included the family Guttiferae. The latter is also a descriptive botanical name and refers to the ...

Hamamelidales

Hamamelidales is an order of flowering plants formerly accepted in a number of systems of plant taxonomy, including the Cronquist system published in 1968 and 1988. The order is not currently accepted in the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group III system ...