Caesalpinioideae

The tualang or tapang Koompassia excelsa, one of the tallest tropical trees, from the Danum Valley Field Centre.


Belongs within: Fabales.

The Caesalpinioideae are an assemblage of trees, shrubs and lianes traditionally recognised with the Fabaceae (or Leguminosae), though phylogenetic analyses have suggested that the 'caesalpinioids' may be paraphyletic (see the Angiosperm Phylogeny Website). Caesalpinioids are distinguished from other legumes by having the sepals generally free at the base. Among economically significant species in the group is Tamarindus indicus, tamarind, whose fruit is used in cooking.

Characters (from Klitgaard & Lewis): Trees, shrubs or lianas; root nodules uncommon but many associations with fungi. Leaves bipinnate or paripinnate, rarely simple, 1-foliolate or 2-foliolate, sometimes with specialized glands, very rarely with a tendril. Flowers often bilaterally symmetrical, rarely radially symmetrical, usually relatively large; sepals generally free; petals imbricate in bud, the median petal overlapped by the lateral four; stamens (1-)10(-50), sometimes dimorphic or heteromorphic, filaments free or fused at the base, exserted or included in the corolla. Seeds often without a pleurogram, but if pleurogram present then closed.

<==Caesalpinioideae [Caesalpiniaceae]
    |--Hymenaea courbaril K06
    |--Berlinia P02
    |--Dicymbe corymbosa AHR03
    |--Tachigali rusbyi AHR03
    |--Afzelia H03
    |--Inocarpus fagiferus H03, C78
    |--Etaballia H03
    |--Koompassia excelsa H03, P88
    |--Intzia palembanica W01
    |--Labichea G04b
    |    |--L. punctata GK00
    |    `--L. stellata G04b
    |--Caesalpinia OA02
    |    |--C. bonduc J07
    |    |--C. decapetala H06
    |    |--C. major SR07
    |    |--C. merxmuellerana CV06
    |    |--C. oppositifolia H03
    |    |--C. pearsonii CV06
    |    |--C. sappan K03
    |    |--C. sepiaria J87
    |    `--C. spinosa OA02
    |--Cassia P02
    |    |--C. absus P03
    |    |--C. alata K03
    |    |--C. auriculata RS02
    |    |--C. fistula RS02
    |    |--C. kleinii SR07
    |    |--C. leschenaultiana P88
    |    |--C. mimosoides P88
    |    |--C. nigricans HK98
    |    |--C. obtusifolia C55
    |    |--C. occidentalis C55
    |    `--C. tora BB07
    |--Bauhinia B02b
    |    |  i. s.: B. bidentata P88
    |    |         B. blakeana P88
    |    |         B. kockiana K03
    |    |         B. ovatifolia B02a
    |    |         B. pauletia K06
    |    |         B. purpurea B02b
    |    |         B. racemosa B02b
    |    |         B. rufa K06
    |    |         B. semibifida K03
    |    |         B. ungulata K06
    |    |         B. vahlii P03
    |    |         B. variegata B02b
    |    |         B. wallichii B02a
    |    `--B. subg. Piliostigma sect. Piliostigma B02b
    |         |--B. foveolata B02b
    |         |--B. malabarica B02b
    |         `--‘Piliostigma’ reticulatum GC05
    |--Chamaecrista pumila PP07
    |--Parkinsonia aculeata PP07
    |--Saraca asoca BB07
    |--Tamarindus indicus BB07
    `--Senna G04a
         |--S. artemisioides G04a
         |    |--S. a. ssp. artemisioides G04a
         |    |--S. a. ssp. filifolia G04a
         |    |--S. a. ssp. helmsii EF04
         |    `--S. a. ssp. oligophylla EF04
         |--S. auriculata PP07
         |--S. bicapsulatus H06
         |--S. chateliana KM08
         |--S. corymbosa H06
         |--S. didymobotrya H06
         |--S. glutinosa EF04
         |    |--S. g. ssp. glutinosa EF04
         |    `--S. g. ssp. pruinosa EF04
         |--S. hirsuta H06
         |--S. ligustrina J87
         |--S. multiglandulosa H06
         |--S. obtusifolia PP07
         |--S. occidentalis H06
         |--S. pendula H06
         |    |--S. p. var. pendula H06
         |    `--S. p. var. glabrata H06
         |--S. pleurocarpa G04a
         |--S. septemtrionalis H06
         `--S. tora J07

*Type species of generic name indicated

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