Tripteris

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Tripteris
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Asterids
Order: Asterales
Family: Asteraceae
Tribe: Calenduleae[1]
Genus: Tripteris
Less. 1831, conserved name not Thunb. 1817 (Malpighiaceae)
Synonyms[2]
  • Osteospermum subg. Tripteris (Less.) Norl.

Tripteris is a genus of African plants in the pot marigold tribe within the daisy family. [3]

Some authors have classified as a Tripteris subgenus of Osteospermum, but more recent studies support separating it as a distinct genus.[4]

Species[1]
formerly included[1]

see Inuloides Monoculus Norlindhia Osteospermum

  1. Tripteris amplectens - Norlindhia amplectens
  2. Tripteris amplexicaulis - Norlindhia amplectens
  3. Tripteris arborescens - Osteospermum grandiflorum
  4. Tripteris atropurpurea - Monoculus monstrosus
  5. Tripteris bolusii - Osteospermum bolusii
  6. Tripteris breviradiata - Norlindhia breviradiata
  7. Tripteris burchellii - Oligocarpus burchellii
  8. Tripteris clandestina - Monoculus monstrosus
  9. Tripteris concordiae - Osteospermum spinescens
  10. Tripteris confusa - Norlindhia amplectens
  11. Tripteris fruticosa - Osteospermum karooicum
  12. Tripteris glabra - Osteospermum glabrum
  13. Tripteris gracilis - Norlindhia amplectens
  14. Tripteris herbacea - Monoculus monstrosus
  15. Tripteris hyoseroides - Monoculus hyoseroides
  16. Tripteris integrifolia - Osteospermum karooicum
  17. Tripteris karrooica - Osteospermum karooicum
  18. Tripteris leptoloba - Osteospermum leptolobum
  19. Tripteris muschlerianus - Osteospermum spinescens
  20. Tripteris pachypteris - Osteospermum spinescens
  21. Tripteris petiolata - Osteospermum grandiflorum
  22. Tripteris rogersii - Osteospermum rigidum
  23. Tripteris scariosa - Monoculus monstrosus
  24. Tripteris spinescens - Osteospermum spinescens
  25. Tripteris tomentosa - Inuloides tomentosa

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Flann, C (ed) 2009+ Global Compositae Checklist
  2. ^ The International Plant Names Index
  3. ^ Lessing, Christian Friedrich. 1831. Linnaea 6: 95-97 in Latin
  4. ^ Nordenstam, B. and Trift, I. (1999) A phylogenetic Study of the Calenduleae (Asteraceae), XVI International Botanical Congress Session 3.9.6: 3885

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