Selago thunbergii, from here.

Belongs within: Lamiales.
Contains: Linaria, Euphrasia, Jamesbrittenia, Myoporaceae, Scrophularieae.

The plant family Scrophulariaceae has been distinguished in the past by the possession of a type of flower called a 'scroph', possessing bilaterally symmetrical, often tubular flowers, ovaries with axile placentation and numerous ovules, capsular fruits, and seeds with endosperm (Olmstead et al. 2001). However, the molecular analysis of the order Lamiales by Olmstead et al. (2001) indicated that scrophs were either plesiomorphic or homoplasious within a larger lamialean clade, and so Scrophulariaceae in the broad sense was divided between a number of smaller families. Scrophulariaceae sensu stricto was redefined as the most exclusive clade containing Hemimeris sabulosa, Myoporum mauritianum and Scrophularia californica. As well as members of the prior Scrophulariaceae, this clade includes taxa previously treated as the separate families Myoporaceae and Buddlejaceae. Thus circumscribed, the Scrophulariaceae is a primarily Southern Hemisphere family, with the Scrophularieae being the only predominantly northern temperate subgroup (Olmstead et al. 2001).

<==Scrophulariaceae [Pseudosolaneae]
    |--Hemimerideae OP01
    |    |--Hemimeris sabulosa OP01
    |    |--Alonsoa [Alonsoeae] OP01
    |    |    `--A. unilabiata OP01
    |    `--Nemesia OP01
    |         |--N. cheiranthus OP01
    |         |--N. karasbergensis CV06
    |         |--N. strumosa OP01
    |         `--N. violiflora CV06
    `--+--+--Myoporaceae OP01
       |  |--Aptosimum [Aptosimeae] OP01
       |  |    |--A. arenarium CV06
       |  |    `--A. suberosum CV06
       |  `--Leucophylleae OP01
       |       |--Eremogeton OP01
       |       `--Leucophyllum OP01
       |            |--L. fructescens OP01
       |            `--L. leiophyllum SZ03
       `--+--Buddlejeae [Buddlejaceae] OP01
          |    |--Emorya OP01
          |    |--Gomphostigma OP01
          |    |--Nicodemia OP01
          |    `--Buddleja OP01
          |         |--B. (sect. Neemda) asiatica Lour. 1790 [incl. B. arfakensis Kan. & Hat. 1942] C95
          |         |--B. crispa O88
          |         |--B. (sect. Chilianthus) davidii Franch. 1887 C95
          |         `--B. domingensis J87
          `--+--Scrophularieae OP01
             `--+--Selagineae [Selaginaceae] OP01
                |    |--Selago OP01
                |    |    |--S. amboensis CV06
                |    |    |--S. lepida CV06
                |    |    |--S. nachtigalii CV06
                |    |    `--S. thunbergii OP01
                |    `--Dischisma capitatum BR65
                `--Manuleae OP01
                     |--Zaluzianskya OP01
                     |    |--Z. divaricata BR65
                     |    `--Z. katherinae OP01
                     `--Manulea CV06
                          |--M. dubia CV06
                          |--M. namibensis CV06
                          `--M. tenella CV06

Scrophulariaceae incertae sedis:
  Heliohebe BG-J01
  Scoparia dulcis ACW01
  Linaria H03
  Oftia T00
  Euphrasia BR65
  Lagotis O88
    |--L. clarkei O88
    |--L. kunawurensis O88
    `--L. nepalensis O88
  Lancea tibetica O88
  Oreosolen O88
    |--O. wattii O88
    `--O. williamsii O88
  Picrorhiza scrophulariiflora O88
  Cymbalaria Baumgarten 1756 BR65
    |--C. longipes PT98
    `--C. muralis BR65 [incl. Linaria cymbalaria BR65, C. italica C55b]
  Parentucellia Viviani 1824 BR65
    |--P. latifolia BR65
    `--P. viscosa BR65
  Kickxia Dumort 1827 BR65
    |--K. commutata PT98
    |--K. elatine (Linnaeus) Dumort 1827 [=Linaria elatine] BR65
    |--K. graeca BR65 (see below for synonymy)
    |--K. sieberi [=Linaria sieberi; incl. L. elatine var. lasiopoda] BR65
    `--K. spuria (Linnaeus) Dumortier 1827 [=Linaria spuria] BR65
  Misopates orontium (Linnaeus) Rafinesque 1840 PL04
  Glossostigma BR65
    |--G. diandrum GK00
    |--G. drummondii BR65
    |--G. elatinoides BR65
    `--G. spathulatum BR65
  Dopatrium junceum VB02
  Limnophila VB02
    |--L. heterophylla VB02
    `--L. serrata C55a
  Peplidium BR65
    |--P. maritimum VB02
    `--P. muelleri BR65
         |--P. m. var. muelleri BR65
         `--P. m. var. longipes BR65
  Mazus BR65
    |--M. pumilio BR65
    `--M. radicans A27
  Celsia [incl. Janthe Grisebach 1844] S06
    `--C. cretica BR65
  Morgania glabra [incl. M. floribunda, Stemodia morgania] BR65
  Bellardia Allioni 1785 BR65
    `--B. trixago [=Bartsia trixago] BR65
  Torenia MH98
    |--T. fournieri MH98
    `--T. parviflora C55b
  Manuleopsis dinteri CV06
  Chamaegigas intrepidus CV06
  Dintera pterocaulis CV06
  Jamesbrittenia CV06
  Anticharis CV06
    |--A. ebracteata CV06
    |--A. imbricata CV06
    |--A. inflata CV06
    `--A. senegalensis PP07
  Cromidon pusillum CV06
  Diclis tenuissima CV06
  Phyllopodium hispidulum CV06
  Lindernia PP07
    |--L. crustacea BB07
    |--L. nummularifolia SR07
    |--L. parviflora PP07
    `--L. pyxidaria C55a

Kickxia graeca BR65 [=Linaria graeca Chav. 1933 BR65, Antirrhinum graecum Chaubard 1838 BR65, Kickxia commutata ssp. graeca PT98]

*Type species of generic name indicated


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