Bernardia

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Bernardia
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Malpighiales
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Subfamily: Acalyphoideae
Tribe: Bernardieae
Genus: Bernardia
Houst. ex Mill. 1754 not Adans. 1763
Synonyms[1]

Bernardia is a plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae first described for modern science as a genus in 1754.[2][3] It is native to North and South America, as well as the West Indies.[1][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Species[1]
  1. Bernardia alariciRio Grande do Sul
  2. Bernardia albida – S + E Mexico
  3. Bernardia amazonica – S Venezuela
  4. Bernardia argentinensis – N Argentina
  5. Bernardia asplundiiCorrientes
  6. Bernardia axillaris – SE Brazil
  7. Bernardia brevipesRio de Janeiro
  8. Bernardia caperoniifolia – Uruguay, Paraguay
  9. Bernardia carpinifolia – Bahamas, Cayman Is, Jamaica, Cuba, Hispaniola
  10. Bernardia celastrineaRio de Janeiro, São Paulo
  11. Bernardia chiangiiPuebla, Oaxaca
  12. Bernardia chiapensisChiapas
  13. Bernardia chinantlensis – Veracruz, Oaxaca
  14. Bernardia colombiana – Colombia
  15. Bernardia confertifolia – S Brazil, Misiones
  16. Bernardia corensis – Venezuela, West Indies
  17. Bernardia crassifoliaMinas Gerais
  18. Bernardia dichotoma – Venezuela, West Indies
  19. Bernardia dodecandra – Mexico, Belize, Guatemala
  20. Bernardia flexuosaRio Grande do Sul
  21. Bernardia fonsecae A.Cerv. & J.Jiménez Ram. – Guerrero
  22. Bernardia fruticulosa – Dominican Rep
  23. Bernardia gambosa – E Brazil
  24. Bernardia gardneriPiauí, Goiás
  25. Bernardia geniculataRio Grande do Sul
  26. Bernardia gentryana – Mexico
  27. Bernardia hagelundiiRio Grande do Sul
  28. Bernardia hassleriana – Paraguay
  29. Bernardia heteropilosaPuebla, Nayarit
  30. Bernardia hirsutissima – Brazil
  31. Bernardia jacquiniana – Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador
  32. Bernardia kochiiJalisco
  33. Bernardia lagunensisBaja California
  34. Bernardia lanceifoliaChiapas
  35. Bernardia laurentiiSt. Lucia
  36. Bernardia leptostachys – Paraguay
  37. Bernardia longipedunculata – Paraguay
  38. Bernardia macrocarpa – Veracruz, Puebla
  39. Bernardia macrophylla – Panama, Costa Rica
  40. Bernardia mayana – Guatemala
  41. Bernardia mazatlanaSinaloa
  42. Bernardia mcvaughiiJalisco
  43. Bernardia mexicana – Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Venezuela
  44. Bernardia micranthaRio de Janeiro
  45. Bernardia mollis – Chiapas, Guatemala
  46. Bernardia multicaulis – S Brazil, NE Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay
  47. Bernardia myricifolia – S California, S Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, S Texas, N Mexico
  48. Bernardia nicaraguensis – Chiapas, Central America
  49. Bernardia oblanceolata – Oaxaca, Chiapas
  50. Bernardia obovata – W Texas, S New Mexico, Coahuila, Chihuahua
  51. Bernardia odonelliiMisiones
  52. Bernardia ovalifoliaDurango
  53. Bernardia ovata – Paraguay
  54. Bernardia paraguariensis – Paraguay, Bolivia
  55. Bernardia polymorpha – Paraguay, Brazil
  56. Bernardia pooleae – Honduras
  57. Bernardia pulchella – S Brazil, Misiones, Paraguay, Uruguay
  58. Bernardia rzedowskiiDurango
  59. Bernardia santanae – México State, Jalisco
  60. Bernardia scabraRio de Janeiro
  61. Bernardia sellowii – S Brazil, Entre Rios, Paraguay, Uruguay
  62. Bernardia sidoides – Brazil, Guyana, Venezuela
  63. Bernardia similisRio de Janeiro, São Paulo
  64. Bernardia simplex – Paraguay
  65. Bernardia spartioidesSão Paulo, Goiás
  66. Bernardia spongiosaColima, Jalisco
  67. Bernardia tamanduanaBahia, Rio de Janeiro
  68. Bernardia tenuifolia – Hispaniola
  69. Bernardia trelawniensisTrelawny
  70. Bernardia valdesii – Jalisco
  71. Bernardia venezuelana – Venezuela
  72. Bernardia viridisBaja California Sur, Sonora, Chihuahua
  73. Bernardia wilburii – Jalisco
  74. Bernardia yucatanensis – Yucatán Peninsula, Guatemala
formerly included[1]

moved to other genera (Adelia, Adenophaedra, Garciadelia, Lasiocroton, Tetracoccus (Picrodendraceae))

  1. B. cinerea – Adelia cinerea
  2. B. denticulata – Adenophaedra grandifolia
  3. B. fasciculata – Tetracoccus fasciculatus
  4. B. grandifolia – Adenophaedra grandifolia
  5. B. leprosa – Garciadelia leprosa
  6. B. lycioides – Lasiocroton microphyllus
  7. B. megalophylla – Adenophaedra megalophylla
  8. B. microphylla – Lasiocroton microphyllus

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Miller, Philip. 1754. The Gardeners Dictionary...Abridged...fourth edition vol. 1.
  3. ^ Tropicos
  4. ^ Govaerts, R., Frodin, D.G. & Radcliffe-Smith, A. (2000). World Checklist and Bibliography of Euphorbiaceae (and Pandaceae) 1–4: 1–1622. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  5. ^ Berendsohn, W.G., A. K. Gruber & J. A. Monterrosa Salomón. 2009. Nova silva cuscatlanica. Árboles nativos e introducidos de El Salvador. Parte 1: Angiospermae – Familias A a L. Englera 29(1): 1–438.
  6. ^ Forzza, R. C. 2010. Lista de espécies Flora do Brasil "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-09-06. Retrieved 2015-08-20. . Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
  7. ^ Martínez Gordillo, M., J. J. Ramírez, R. C. Durán, E. J. Arriaga, R. García, A. Cervantes & R. M. Hernández. 2002. Los géneros de la familia Euphorbiaceae en México. Anales del Instituto de Biología de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Botánica 73(2): 155–281.
  8. ^ Molina Rosito, A. 1975. Enumeración de las plantas de Honduras. Ceiba 19(1): 1–118.
  9. ^ Stevens, W. D., C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool & O. M. Montiel. 2001. Flora de Nicaragua. Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 85: i–xlii,.
  10. ^ Webster, G. L. & M.J. Huft. 1988. Revised synopsis of Panamanian Euphorbiaceae. Annals of Missouri Botanical Garden 75(3): 1087–1144
  11. ^ Biota of North America Program 2013 county distribution maps