Eumalvoideae

Monarch rosemallow Hibiscus radiatus, copyright Prenn.


Belongs within: Malvoideae.
Contains: Malveae, Gossypium.

The Eumalvoideae are a clade of flowering plants corresponding to the 'Malvaceae' in the strict sense, excluding taxa previously classified in the Bombacaceae, Sterculiaceae or Tiliaceae. The name was used by Baum et al. (2004) to refer to the smallest clade including the type species of the tribes Malveae, Gossypieae and Hibisceae.

<==Eumalvoideae BS04
    |  i. s.: Papuodendron BAN98
    |--+--Malveae BS04
    |  `--+--Alyogyne BS04
    |     |    |--A. cuneiformis KM08
    |     |    |--A. hakeifolia N91
    |     |    `--A. pinoniana KM08
    |     `--Gossypieae BS04
    |          |--Gossypium BS04
    |          `--+--Hampea BS04
    |             `--Thespesia BS04
    |                  |--T. grandiflora S-CK06
    |                  |--T. lampas P03
    |                  |--T. populnea P88
    |                  |--T. populneoides LK14
    |                  `--T. thespesioides LK14
    `--Hibisceae BS04
         |--+--+--‘Hibiscus’ costatus BS04
         |  |  `--Decaschistia BS04
         |  |       |--D. byrnesii LK14
         |  |       |    |--D. b. ssp. byrnesii LK14
         |  |       |    `--D. b. ssp. lavandulacea LK14
         |  |       `--D. occidentalis LK14
         |  `--+--Malvaviscus arboreus BS04, RA07
         |     `--Pavonia BS04
         |          |--P. calycina LK14
         |          |--P. multiflora NDA05
         |          |--P. procumbens PP07
         |          |--P. rehmannii CV06
         |          |--P. spinifex NDA05
         |          `--P. zeylanica PP07
         `--Hibiscus Linnaeus 1753 BS04, A61
              |  i. s.: H. austrinus LK14
              |         H. cannabinus M99
              |         H. coatesii LK14
              |         H. denudatus H93
              |         H. dinteri CV06
              |         H. discophorus CV06
              |         H. diversifolius Jacquin 1781-1793 [incl. H. taylorii Buchanan 1870 (n. n.)] A61
              |         H. elatus RM07
              |         H. esculentus PT01
              |         H. fleckii CV06
              |         H. floccosus P88
              |         H. fluvialis LK14
              |         H. fryxellii LK14
              |           |--H. f. var. fryxellii LK14
              |           `--H. f. var. mollis LK14
              |         H. geranioides LK14
              |         H. kenneallyi LK14
              |         H. lasiocarpus [incl. H. californicus] H93
              |         H. leptocladus LK14
              |         H. manihot C55b
              |         H. marenitensis LK14
              |         H. meraukensis VT13
              |         H. merxmuelleri CV06
              |         H. micranthus PP07
              |         H. minutibracteolus LK14
              |         H. mutabilis BB07
              |         H. pentaphyllus LK14
              |         H. peralbus GYD12
              |         H. pinonianus M99
              |         H. reflexus LK14
              |         H. rosa-sinensis BS04
              |         H. sabdariffa C55b
              |         H. schizopetalus RA07
              |         H. setulosus LK14
              |         H. stewartii LK14
              |         H. sturtii KM08
              |           |--H. s. var. sturtii KM08
              |           `--H. s. var. grandiflorum KM08
              |         H. sulfuranthus CV06
              |         H. superbus LK14
              |         H. syriacus BAN98
              |         H. tiliaceus [=Paritium tiliaceum] C55b
              |         H. trionum Linnaeus 1753 [incl. H. vesicarius Cav. 1787] A61
              `--H. sect. Furcaria S02
                   |--H. aculeatus [incl. H. furcatus] S02
                   `--H. radiatus Cavanilles 1787 S02

*Type species of generic name indicated

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