Tritoniopsis

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For the gastropod of Tritoniidae family, see Tritoniopsis (gastropod).
Tritoniopsis
Tritoniopsis triticea plant (2).JPG
Tritoniopsis triticea
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Iridaceae
Subfamily: Crocoideae
Tribe: Tritoniopsideae
Genus: Tritoniopsis
L.Bolus
Type species
Tritoniopsis lesliei
L.Bolus
Synonyms[1]

Tritoniopsis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae, first described as a genus in 1926. The entire genus is endemic to Cape Province in South Africa.[1] The genus name refers to the African genus Trionia and is combined with the Greek word opsis, meaning "look-alike".[2]

Species[1]
  1. Tritoniopsis antholyza (Poir.) Goldblatt 1991
  2. Tritoniopsis bicolor J.C.Manning & Goldblatt 2001
  3. Tritoniopsis burchellii (N.E.Br.) Goldblatt 1990
  4. Tritoniopsis caledonensis (R.C.Foster) G.J.Lewis 1959
  5. Tritoniopsis dodii (G.J.Lewis) G.J.Lewis 1959
  6. Tritoniopsis elongata (L.Bolus) G.J.Lewis 1959
  7. Tritoniopsis flava J.C.Manning & Goldblatt 2001
  8. Tritoniopsis flexuosa (L.f.) G.J.Lewis 1959
  9. Tritoniopsis intermedia (Baker) Goldblatt 1990
  10. Tritoniopsis lata (L.Bolus) G.J.Lewis 1959
  11. Tritoniopsis latifolia G.J.Lewis 1959
  12. Tritoniopsis lesliei L.Bolus 1929
  13. Tritoniopsis nemorosa (E.Mey. ex Klatt) G.J.Lewis 1959
  14. Tritoniopsis parviflora (Jacq.) G.J.Lewis 1959
  15. Tritoniopsis pulchella G.J.Lewis 1959
  16. Tritoniopsis pulchra (Baker) Goldblatt 1990
  17. Tritoniopsis ramosa (Klatt) G.J.Lewis 1959
  18. Tritoniopsis revoluta (Burm.f.) Goldblatt 1992
  19. Tritoniopsis toximontana J.C.Manning & Goldblatt 2001
  20. Tritoniopsis triticea (Burm.f.) Goldblatt 1990
  21. Tritoniopsis unguicularis (Lam.) G.J.Lewis 1959
  22. Tritoniopsis williamsiana Goldblatt 1990

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Manning, John; Goldblatt, Peter (2008). The Iris Family: Natural History & Classification. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press. pp. 116–118. ISBN 0-88192-897-6.