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Securinega

Securinega
Securinega suffruticosa
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Malpighiales
Family: Phyllanthaceae
Tribe: Phyllantheae
Subtribe: Flueggeinae
Genus: Securinega
Comm. ex A.Juss.
Type species
Securinega durissima
J.F.Gmel.

Securinega is a genus of plants in the family Phyllanthaceae, first described as a genus in 1789.[1][2] As presently conceived, the genus is native to Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean. It the past, it was considered to be much more widespread, thus explaining the long list of species formerly included.[3][4]

Species[3]
  1. Securinega antsingyensis Leandri - W Madagascar
  2. Securinega capuronii Leandri - W Madagascar
  3. Securinega durissima J.F.Gmel. - Madagascar, Mauritius, Réunion, Rodrigues Island
  4. Securinega perrieri Leandri - W Madagascar
  5. Securinega seyrigii Leandri - W Madagascar
formerly included[3]

moved to other genera (Actephila Andrachne Chascotheca Cleistanthus Flueggea Jablonskia Margaritaria Meineckia Neoroepera Savia Tetracoccus )

  1. S. abeggii - Andrachne brittonii
  2. S. abyssinica - Flueggea virosa
  3. S. acicularis - Flueggea acicularis
  4. S. acidothamnus - Flueggea acidoton
  5. S. acidoton - Flueggea acidoton
  6. S. acuminatissima - Flueggea flexuosa
  7. S. bailloniana - Margaritaria discoidea var. triplosphaera
  8. S. buxifolia - Flueggea tinctoria
  9. S. capensis - Tetracoccus capensis
  10. S. congesta - Jablonskia congesta
  11. S. elliptica - Flueggea elliptica
  12. S. fasciculata - Tetracoccus fasciculatus
  13. S. flexuosa - Flueggea flexuosa
  14. S. fluggeoides - Flueggea suffruticosa
  15. S. grisea - Flueggea virosa
  16. S. guaraiuva - Savia dictyocarpa
  17. S. hallii - Tetracoccus fasciculatus var. hallii
  18. S. hilariana - Meineckia neogranatensis subsp. hilariana
  19. S. hysterantha - Margaritaria anomala
  20. S. japonica - Flueggea suffruticosa
  21. S. keyensis - Flueggea virosa subsp. melanthesoides
  22. S. leucopyrus (Willd.) Müll.Arg. 1866 - Flueggea leucopyrus
  23. S. leucopyrus Brandis 1874 - Flueggea virosa
  24. S. melanthesoides - Flueggea virosa
  25. S. melanthesoides var. aridicola - Flueggea virosa subsp. melanthesoides
  26. S. microcarpa - Flueggea virosa
  27. S. muelleriana - Neoroepera buxifolia
  28. S. multiflora - Flueggea suffruticosa
  29. S. neopeltandra - Chascotheca neopeltandra
  30. S. nitida W.T.Aiton 1813 not Willd. 1806 - Actephila lindleyi
  31. S. obovata - Flueggea virosa
  32. S. phyllanthoides - Meineckia phyllanthoides
  33. S. ramiflora - Flueggea suffruticosa
  34. S. samoana - Flueggea flexuosa
  35. S. schlechteri - Cleistanthus schlechteri
  36. S. schuechiana - Flueggea schuechiana
  37. S. schweinfurthii - Andrachne schweinfurthii
  38. S. spirei - Flueggea spirei
  39. S. suffruticosa - Flueggea suffruticosa
  40. S. tinctoria - Flueggea tinctoria
  41. S. trichogynis - Meineckia trichogynis
  42. S. verrucosa - Flueggea verrucosa
  43. S. virgata - Flueggea tinctoria
  44. S. virosa - Flueggea virosa
  45. S. virosa var. australiana - Flueggea virosa subsp. melanthesoides

References

  1. ^ Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de. 1789. Genera Plantarum 388 in Latin
  2. ^ Comm. ex Juss.SecurinegaTropicos, genus
  3. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  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.


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