ⓘ Campynemanthe

                                     

ⓘ Campynemanthe

Campynemanthe is a genus of plants in the Campynemataceae family, first described by Henri Baillon in 1893. The entire genus is endemic to New Caledonia in the southwestern Pacific. Its closest relative is the monotypic genus Campynema from Tasmania, sole other genus of the family.

                                     
  • Tasmania in 1804. In 1893 Baillon identified a closely related genus, Campynemanthe in New Caledonia. Together the two genera make up the family Campynemataceae
  • the order Melanthiales by taking two closely related genera, Campynemanthe and Campynemanthe from the Colchicaceae and creating the family Campynemaceae
  • Hyacintheae, Asteraceae and Polygalaceae. e.g. Campynemanthe neocaledonica Rendle Goldblatt Campynemanthe parva Goldblatt The standard author abbreviation
  • endemic to the island of Tasmania in Australia. Its closest relative is Campynemanthe endemic to New Caledonia, sole other genus of the family. C. lineare