A concise bibliographic overview of Annonaceae

Authors

  • ROY H. J. ERKENS,

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    1. Maastricht University, Maastricht Science Programme, Kapoenstraat 2, 6211 KW, Maastricht, The Netherlands
    2. Utrecht University, Institute of Environmental Biology, Ecology and Biodiversity Group, Padualaan 8, 3584 CH, Utrecht, The Netherlands
    3. Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis (Section NHN), Leiden University, P.O. Box 9514, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
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  • ERIK A. MENNEGA,

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    • Deceased

  • LUBBERT Y. TH. WESTRA

    1. Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis (Section NHN), Biosystematics Group, Wageningen University, Generaal Foulkesweg 37, 6703 BL Wageningen, The Netherlands
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E-mail: roy.erkens@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Abstract

It is important that taxonomic knowledge is disseminated by those who possess it. This can be carried out via online databases, printed publications or training in taxonomic practice. For Annonaceae, the online database AnnonBase includes all published names of Annonaceae at any rank worldwide. Recently, an updated index to genera, species and infraspecific taxa of Neotropical Annonaceae was published in hard copy. This manuscript contains a concise update to the Bibliography of Annonaceae published by the late E. A. Mennega in 1993. Since his publication, much work has been carried out on systematics and evolution of Annonaceae, with the advent of molecular phylogenetics providing an additional stimulus. Here, however, we concentrate only on taxonomic papers focusing specifically on the description and circumscription of taxa (e.g. revisions, monographs, floras, checklists, descriptions of new species or phylogenetic studies that show monophyly/polyphyly/paraphyly of genera). The index should provide an easy entrance into the most important taxonomic literature on Annonaceae from 1900 onwards for the trained and untrained taxonomist with an interest in Annonaceae. © 2012 The Linnean Society of London, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 2012, 169, 41–73.

INTRODUCTION

Many conservation, environmental, legal and other matters hinge on scientific names, including their status, and thus on taxonomy (Scotland et al., 2003; Chase et al., 2011; Crouch & Smith, 2011; McNeely, 2011). It also becomes increasingly clear that biodiversity is a resource which can be tapped to enhance human welfare (Wilson, 2000; Scotland et al., 2003; Blackmore, Gibby & Rae, 2011; Wyse Jackson & Sharrock, 2011). Unfortunately, many natural history collections worldwide are being closed down or budgets are being cut (Dalton, 2003; Gropp, 2003), a recent example being the closure of one of the most modern herbaria in the world, that of Utrecht University (Erkens & Baas, 2008). As a result, at many universities no new generation of systematists can be trained (Gropp, 2003) and the question presents itself: will there be sufficient knowledge of biodiversity to be able to tap it in the future?

An example of this supposed trend is that some feel there are too few practising taxonomists around to assist molecular systematists to interpret their phylogenetic trees (Sanders & Judd, 2000; Smith, 2006). As a result, harmonizing these trees with existing classification hypotheses or translating them into usable new classifications (as carried out by, e.g. Christenhusz et al., 2010; Lehtonen et al., 2010; Wang et al., 2010; Zhou et al., 2010; Chatrou et al., 2012) could become problematic (Sanders & Judd, 2000; Smith, 2006). The gap between molecular systematists and taxonomists might widen as new generations of students receive less and less training in the full complement of systematic methods (Sanders & Judd, 2000). Within a few years many ‘old school’ taxonomic specialists will retire, taking with them their vast body of knowledge. Unfortunately, most of it is so-called ‘tacit knowledge’ (personal knowledge that is difficult to communicate; Polanyi, 1966) and can only be transferred by working alongside these specialists. If this knowledge is lost, it will take a disproportionate future investment to relearn it (Godfray, 2002).

These examples illustrate why some perceive taxonomy to be in crisis because of a lack of prestige and resources, and why they feel this is crippling the continuing cataloguing of biodiversity (Gaston & May, 1992; Ellis, 2002; Godfray, 2002; Hopkins & Freckleton, 2006; Boero, 2010; Ebach, Valdecasas & Wheeler, 2011). It must be noted, however, that others contradict this view (Scotland et al., 2003; Joppa, Roberts & Pimm, 2011). Joppa et al. (2011) especially argue fiercely against the thesis that taxonomy is in crisis and taxonomists are becoming endangered. In a quantitative analysis, they show that conventional wisdom might not be the best source for such statements (Joppa et al., 2011). They demonstrate that, for plants and other taxa, the rate of species description and the number of taxonomists have increased essentially exponentially since approximately 1950. Whatever the current situation, it is clear that an effort to disseminate and open up taxonomic knowledge to non-specialists is important, irrespective of the direction the specialist/non-specialist ratio will develop in the future.

DISSEMINATION OF TAXONOMIC KNOWLEDGE IN ANNONACEAE: SOME EXAMPLES

It is important that taxonomic knowledge is disseminated by those who possess it, and nowadays this is often carried out via online databases, as in the case for Annonaceae. AnnonBase (Rainer & Chatrou, 2006) is a source database for the Species 2000 and ITIS Catalogue of Life databases, but it can also be accessed directly online (http://www.annonaceae.org). AnnonBase includes all published names of Annonaceae at any rank worldwide. It serves as a concise taxonomic backbone for basic and applied scientific studies. The AnnonBase source database also includes references to type material and its location. A more recent initiative is the AfroAnnon website (http://afroannons.myspecies.info), the goal of which is to disseminate and share knowledge about African Annonaceae. That this initiative is warmly welcomed can be seen by the fact that the website attracted c. 1000 unique hits in its first 6 months online. The page was built using the scratchpad technology (http://scratchpads.eu/), which is specifically meant to boost interactive use of taxonomic information across the world. Of course, Annonaceae are not the only family for which such initiatives have been taken. Two other examples are the World Checklist of Palms (Govaerts & Dransfield, 2005) integrated into the RBG Kew World Checklist (http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/home.do) and Lecythidaceae Pages (Mori et al., 2010).

More traditional means of disseminating taxonomic information are printed publications (e.g. checklists: Maas & Rainer, 1997; Press, Shrestha & Sutton, 2000; Murillo, 2001; Klopper et al., 2006; León & Monsalve, 2006; Johnson et al., 2008; nomenclatural: Maas et al., 2011; keys: Couvreur et al., 2012). Nowadays, many online databases are presented as a replacement for printed versions and, from an economic perspective, this might seem reasonable. However, from a practical taxonomic standpoint, this does not always make sense. Taxonomy is a hands-on science and, as long as this is the case, tools should be chosen accordingly. It is clear that not everywhere people are equipped with similar (digital) resources. Especially in less developed countries, many herbaria still have no or only limited access to the Internet. When they do it is often not in the herbarium itself but in offices, and it can be impractical to move between the office and herbarium. Therefore, it was decided to publish an updated index to genera, species and infraspecific taxa of Neotropical Annonaceae on paper (Maas et al., 2011), especially because the earlier version (Maas, Mennega & Westra, 1994) was recognized for its practicality and usefulness. New data retrieved when constructing this new index have been entered into AnnonBase so that these two publications are in line with each other.

The above examples describe dissemination of taxonomic knowledge. However, knowledge of taxonomic practice should also be distributed. Nowadays, many non-taxonomists use data on species for their research. For instance, chemists screen plants for chemical constituents and publish their results, but they may lack the taxonomic skills to do this effectively. Explaining taxonomic practice to such groups, as was recently done for instance by Erkens (2011), is also a vital part of the outreach that taxonomists should perform. The index presented in this manuscript is an example of such a taxonomic service, providing an easy entrance into the most important literature on Annonaceae from 1900 onwards.

THE INDEX

The basis of the index presented here was compiled by Mennega at the Nationaal Herbarium Nederland – Utrecht University branch (NHN-U). He collected this literature throughout his many years of work on Taxonomic Literature 2 (Stafleu & Mennega, 1992) and published this for Annonaceae specifically in his Bibliography of the Annonaceae (Mennega, 1993) a few years before his death in 1998. This work was amended and an updated bibliography was presented on two CDs (Bakker, 2001a, b). Since then much work has been carried out on systematics and evolution of Annonaceae, with the advent of molecular phylogenetics providing an additional stimulus. Therefore, we feel it is time to present a concise update of the Bibliography. Unfortunately, an update with all published works since 1993 is unfeasible at this moment. Therefore, as selection criterion we have used two rules: firstly taxonomic literature only is presented and, secondly, only those publications that have the description and circumscription of taxa as their core are listed. This means revisions, monographs, floras, checklists (if they are more than merely a list of names), descriptions of new species and phylogenetic studies that demonstrate monophyly/polyphyly/paraphyly of taxa are included. This approach means that we exclude many useful works (such as checklists or studies that examine character evolution). Furthermore, if multiple editions of a work exist, only the most recent is mentioned. We chose the year 1900 as a starting point, and the reason is twofold: firstly, because by that time generic concepts in Annonaceae were ostensibly evolving towards the concepts of the present day and, secondly, because at that time Engler & Diels had published their important treatments on African Annonaceae (Engler & Diels, 1900, 1901). We include a few older publications that we think are still important, but in general the reader is referred to Mennega (1993). This index, in other words, is not meant to be comprehensive, but it should rather serve as an easy entrance into the most important literature (602 works are listed) for those who are not well acquainted with taxonomy of Annonaceae.

The index consists of two lists: the generic reference list (Appendix 1) and the literature reference list (Appendix 2). Taxonomic publications are cited in the literature reference list. Genera treated in any given paper are cited by a number. This number can be looked up in the generic reference list. Here, one can also see if the generic name is still accepted or else find the currently accepted name. Be aware, though, that the circumscription of a given genus may have changed over the years as a result of later taxonomic insights! The exact date of issue of the part of a periodical or book was used as far as possible. This date may differ from that printed on the title page of the publication (especially in older works). Both lists are cross-referenced. One can enter via the generic reference list and find literature on a particular genus or enter via the literature reference list and see which genera are cited in a publication.

Although the present index has been thoroughly checked, the authors are fully aware that it still may contain various errors and omissions. Any comments and corrections will therefore be greatly welcomed.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thomas Couvreur and David Johnson are thanked for their supportive reviews that improved the manuscript substantially. Richard Saunders contributed to an earlier version with several additions to the Asian Annonaceae literature. Lars Chatrou made valuable comments on the introduction and the generic reference list. R.H.J.E. was supported via the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme (VENI, nr. 863.09.017; NWO-ALW, The Netherlands).

Appendices

APPENDIX 1

Generic reference list

Currently accepted names are printed in bold face. Names not printed as such are synonyms, with a reference to a currently accepted name. This is only meant as quick reference and is not a full taxonomic reference (for a more elaborate discussion, also see Couvreur et al., 2012). One general paper that contains almost all genera has been added without references to the genera [Chatrou et al., 2012 (56)]. This paper describes (new) subfamilies and (new) tribes currently accepted in Annonaceae and therefore represents an important taxonomc framework for future work in Annonaceae.

Specific nomenclatural information can be retrieved via the online database Annonbase (Rainer & Chatrou, 2006) at http://www.annonaceae.org. Numbers correspond to the order in the literature reference list.

  • 001Aberemoa Aubl., now in Annona, Cremastosperma, Duguetia or Guatteria (103; 143–145; 147)
  • 002Afroguatteria Boutique (19; 38; 39; 178; 236; 364; 367)
  • 003Alcmene Urb., now in Duguetia (593)
  • 004Alphonsea Hook.f. & Thomson (13–15; 20; 26; 37; 40; 62; 64; 68; 77; 83; 85; 86; 88; 89; 97; 108; 118; 119; 134; 135; 139; 178; 194; 196; 204; 210; 211; 227; 236; 237; 241; 243; 244; 246; 250; 266; 269; 298; 299; 302; 306; 315; 318; 336; 338; 339; 344; 356; 362; 369; 396; 415; 418; 429; 498; 502; 505; 507; 532; 538; 595; 600)
  • 005Alphonseopsis Baker f., now in Polyceratocarpus (515)
  • 006Ambavia Le Thomas (236; 264; 495)
  • 007Anaxagorea A.St-Hil. (13–15; 20; 26; 31; 33; 40; 55; 62–64; 68; 89; 90; 96; 118; 119; 134; 135; 143; 155; 157–159; 161; 166; 176–178; 181; 183; 196; 204; 210; 211; 214; 236; 243; 244; 246; 266; 269; 274; 275; 283–287; 302; 305; 332; 353; 359; 369; 373; 382; 393; 412; 415; 418; 429; 434; 469; 490; 494; 503; 505; 514; 516; 519; 521; 524; 532; 538; 561; 564; 592; 593; 595; 599)
  • 008Ancana F.Muell., now in Meiogyne (22; 197; 218; 349)
  • 009Annickia Setten & Maas (199; 575)
  • 010Annona L. (1; 7; 11; 13–15; 18–20; 26–31; 34; 35; 38; 40–44; 48; 55; 62; 64–66; 68; 69; 89–92; 95; 97; 98; 103; 104; 109–111; 113–116; 118; 119; 125; 126; 128; 131; 132; 134; 135; 143–148; 152; 154; 155; 157–163; 165–167; 172; 174; 176–183; 185; 190–196; 200; 203–205; 208; 210–214; 227; 231; 232; 236; 241–243; 248; 249; 261; 262; 266; 269–276; 280–282; 284; 285; 291; 298; 299; 301; 311; 318; 330; 351–353; 356; 357; 359; 360; 364; 367–369; 371; 374; 375; 382; 390; 391; 393–396; 398; 399; 403; 404; 406; 410–412; 437–439; 444; 447; 449; 455; 456; 459; 460; 463; 468; 469; 473; 474; 490; 491; 494; 495; 498; 504; 505; 510; 512–526; 532; 533; 535–538; 550; 553; 561; 564; 569; 582; 590; 592; 593; 595; 597; 599; 600)
  • 011Anomianthus Zoll., now in Uvaria (15; 20; 26; 74; 75; 89; 118; 119; 134; 135; 142; 150; 178; 204; 211; 236; 503; 532; 602)
  • 012Anonidium Engl. & Diels (19; 38; 107; 113; 118; 119; 127; 131; 153; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 261; 364; 367; 377; 386; 410; 515; 535; 569)
  • 013Ararocarpus Scheff., now in Meiogyne (26; 118; 119; 178; 211; 243; 498)
  • 014Armenteria Thouars ex Baill., now in Uvaria
  • 015Artabotrys R.Br. (2; 6; 8; 10; 12–15; 19; 20; 23; 26; 30; 35; 38–40; 45; 48; 58; 60; 62–66; 74; 75; 81; 84; 88; 89; 92; 94; 97–99; 104; 106–109; 112; 113; 115; 117–119; 125; 126; 131; 134–136; 140; 148; 178; 182; 184; 191; 194–196; 199; 200; 203; 204; 208; 210–213; 227; 228; 232; 236; 241–244; 253; 258; 261; 263; 266; 269; 298–301; 305; 311; 318; 319; 323; 332; 335; 338; 339; 352; 356; 357; 364; 367–369; 373; 374; 377; 380; 396; 406; 410; 411; 413; 415; 417; 418; 429; 438; 439; 449; 461; 498; 502; 505; 507; 515; 532; 533; 535–538; 569; 570; 582; 590; 595; 600)
  • 016Asimina Adans. (133; 160; 178; 187; 188; 211; 236; 243; 247; 248; 280; 402; 510; 591)
  • 017Asteranthe Engl. & Diels (92; 119; 178; 211; 236; 515; 569; 570; 578)
  • 018Asteranthopsis Kuntze, now in Asteranthe
  • 019Atopostema Boutique, now in Monanthotaxis (19; 38; 39; 178; 211; 236)
  • 020Atrutegia Bedd., now in Goniothalamus (243)
  • 021Balonga Le Thomas, now in Uvaria (236; 259; 261; 601)
  • 022Beccariodendron Warb., now in Goniothalamus
  • 023Bocagea A.St-Hil. (37; 66; 96; 118; 119; 143; 145–147; 154; 178; 211; 222; 236; 243; 385)
  • 024Bocageopsis R.E.Fr. (91; 154; 178; 211; 214; 236; 274; 281; 285; 294; 353; 359; 382; 412; 524; 561; 564)
  • 025Boutiquea Le Thomas (236; 254)
  • 026Brieya De Wild., now in Piptostigma (19; 38; 73; 130; 131; 211–213; 515)
  • 027Cananga (DC.) Hook.f. & Thomson (9; 13; 15; 20; 22; 26; 29; 30; 40; 44; 45; 48; 62; 63; 68; 83; 89; 98; 106; 110; 118; 119; 125; 134; 135; 142; 178; 204; 205; 208; 210; 211; 232; 236; 240; 241; 243; 244; 246; 266; 269; 271–273; 298; 302; 305; 311; 318; 351; 360; 369; 371; 375; 396; 423; 424; 429; 490; 494; 500; 502; 505; 512; 516; 521; 526; 531; 532; 538; 569; 595; 599; 600)
  • 028Cananga Aubl., now in Guatteria
  • 029Canangium Baill., now in Cananga
  • 030Cardiopetalum Schltdl. (91; 143; 145; 147; 154; 161; 178; 211; 222; 236; 243; 281; 284; 394)
  • 031Chieniodendron Tsiang & P.T.Li, now in Meiogyne (14; 64; 236; 266; 269; 539)
  • 032Clathrospermum Planch. ex Benth., now in Monanthotaxis (243)
  • 033Cleistochlamys Oliv. (65; 107; 118; 119; 178; 236; 243; 438; 569; 590)
  • 034Cleistopetalum H.Okada, now in Enicosanthum (362; 545)
  • 035Cleistopholis Pierre ex Engl. (2; 6; 17; 19; 30; 38; 67; 104; 107; 113; 116; 118; 119; 125; 127; 131; 178; 182; 198; 199; 203; 211–213; 231; 236; 261; 364; 367; 377; 386; 410; 484; 515; 535; 569)
  • 036Coelocline A.DC., now in Xylopia
  • 037Craibella R.M.K.Saunders, Y.C.F. Su & Chalermglin, now in Pseuduvaria (480; 527)
  • 038Cremastosperma R.E.Fr. (55; 90; 153–155; 157; 158; 160; 165; 166; 178; 181; 183; 211; 236; 274; 284; 353; 382; 387–389; 451; 561; 564; 592)
  • 039Cyathocalyx Champ. ex Hook.f. & Thomson (9; 10; 15; 20; 26; 37; 40; 45; 68; 75; 89; 106; 108; 118; 119; 134; 135; 137; 178; 204; 210; 211; 227; 236; 241; 243; 244; 246; 302; 303; 305; 356; 369; 371; 375; 413; 418; 429; 434; 498; 500; 502; 505; 511; 512; 531; 532; 580; 581)
  • 040Cyathostemma Griff., now in Uvaria (13; 15; 20; 26; 88; 89; 106; 118; 119; 134; 178; 196; 211; 236; 241; 244; 266; 269; 343; 356; 413; 418; 429; 500; 502; 503; 505; 551; 595; 600; 602)
  • 041Cymbopetalum Benth. (55; 91; 103; 118; 119; 143; 154; 155; 158; 160; 161; 163; 166; 172; 174; 178; 181; 183; 211; 214; 236; 243; 274; 284; 285; 354; 382; 383; 412; 451; 456; 468; 469; 489; 490; 494; 519–521; 524; 561; 564; 592; 593; 599)
  • 042Dasoclema J.Sinclair, now in Uvaria (26; 211; 236; 601)
  • 043Dasymaschalon (Hook.f. & Thomson) Dalla Torre & Harms (13–15; 25; 26; 62; 64; 75; 76; 89; 118; 119; 134; 135; 178; 204; 207; 211; 236; 266; 267; 269; 306; 315; 330; 337; 338; 356; 482; 532; 538; 541; 579; 595; 600)
  • 044Deeringothamnus Small, now in Asimina (160; 178; 211; 236; 247; 248; 280; 509; 510; 591)
  • 045Dendrokingstonia Rauschert (49; 236; 409)
  • 046Dennettia Baker f., now in Uvariopsis (19; 125; 178; 198; 199; 211; 231; 236; 515)
  • 047Desmopsis Saff. (90; 122; 150; 153–155; 162; 165; 178; 181; 183; 211; 236; 464; 468; 474; 490; 494; 516; 519–521; 599)
  • 048Desmos Lour. (12–15; 20; 26; 35; 48; 62–64; 74; 89; 97; 136; 137; 178; 184; 191; 196; 210; 211; 236; 266; 268; 269; 300; 311; 315; 335; 338; 361; 369; 371; 424; 427; 429; 457; 483; 502–505; 533; 538; 582; 595; 600)
  • 049Diclinanona Diels (31; 155; 158; 163; 165; 178; 211; 236; 283; 285; 353; 359; 382; 412; 514; 524; 564; 592)
  • 050Dielsina Kuntze, now in Polyceratocarpus
  • 051Dielsiothamnus R.E.Fr. (178; 211; 236; 438; 569)
  • 052Disepalum Hook.f. (8; 10; 26; 118; 119; 178; 211; 219; 236; 243; 244; 246; 269; 356; 417; 418; 429; 498; 505; 562)
  • 053Drepananthus Maingay ex Hook.f. (8; 26; 117; 134; 178; 211; 236; 244; 310; 334; 401; 413; 418; 429; 436; 503; 531; 580; 581)
  • 054Duckeanthus R.E.Fr. (155; 165; 178; 211; 236; 283)
  • 055Duguetia A.St-Hil. (31; 55; 57; 91; 96; 111; 118; 119; 155; 157; 158; 161; 162; 164–166; 168; 169; 172; 174; 176–178; 181; 183; 199; 201; 202; 208; 211; 214; 236; 243; 249; 274; 275; 282–285; 291; 293; 353; 359; 382; 393–395; 412; 452; 453; 468; 469; 490; 494; 513; 514; 524; 561; 564; 592; 593; 597; 599)
  • 056Eburopetalum Becc., now in Anaxagorea (118; 119; 418)
  • 057Ellipeia Hook.f. & Thomson, now in Uvaria (15; 26; 74; 75; 89; 118; 119; 134; 135; 178; 204; 211; 236; 243; 244; 413; 418; 421; 426; 429; 498; 505; 602)
  • 058Ellipeiopsis R.E.Fr., now in Uvaria (26; 178; 211; 236; 602)
  • 059Enantia Oliv., now in Annickia (2; 17; 19; 38; 67; 118; 119; 126; 128; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 243; 251; 261; 364; 367; 377; 410; 441; 442; 484; 515; 569)
  • 060Enicosanthellum Bân, now in Disepalum (24; 26; 219; 236)
  • 061Enicosanthum Becc. (8; 26; 63; 118; 119; 178; 210; 211; 236; 241; 246; 302; 332; 356; 418; 483; 505)
  • 062Enneastemon Exell, now in Monanthotaxis (2; 6; 19; 30; 38; 39; 92; 127; 128; 131; 178; 199; 211–213; 230; 252; 261; 364; 438; 443; 445; 535; 590)
  • 063Ephedranthus S.Moore (11; 91; 118; 119; 145; 147; 154; 155; 161; 162; 164; 176; 178; 211; 214; 236; 284; 285; 353; 359; 363; 382; 412; 468; 524; 561; 564)
  • 064Exellia Boutique (19; 38; 39; 127; 178; 211; 236; 261; 364; 367)
  • 065Fenerivia Diels (109; 178; 211; 236; 481)
  • 066Fissistigma Griff. (8; 10; 12–14; 20; 26; 61; 62; 64; 93; 97; 141; 178; 191; 211; 236; 241; 266–269; 322; 323; 325; 326; 332–335; 337–339; 356; 502–505; 511; 538–540; 544; 582; 595; 600)
  • 067Fitzalania F.Muell., now in Meiogyne (22; 52; 178; 236)
  • 068Fitzgeraldia F.Muell., now in Cananga
  • 069Friesodielsia Steenis (2; 5; 26; 64; 65; 196; 199; 236; 241; 261; 266; 269; 356; 367; 369; 408; 483; 539; 542; 547; 563; 569; 570)
  • 070Froesiodendron R.E.Fr. (173; 177; 178; 211; 214; 222; 236; 353; 382; 561; 564)
  • 071Fusaea (Baill.) Saff. (31; 54; 55; 153–155; 157–159; 161; 163; 178; 211; 214; 236; 274; 284; 285; 353; 359; 382; 412; 469; 514; 524; 561; 564)
  • 072Geanthemum (R.E.Fr.) Saff., now in Duguetia (211)
  • 073Gilbertiella Boutique (19; 38; 39; 178; 211; 236)
  • 074Goniothalamus (Blume) Hook.f. & Thomson (8–10; 13–15; 20; 26; 37; 40; 45; 62–64; 66; 68; 74; 75; 78; 83; 84; 88; 89; 97; 106; 117–119; 134; 135; 137; 139; 178; 184; 191; 196; 204; 210; 211; 215; 227; 236; 238; 241; 244–246; 266; 269; 297; 302; 304–306; 309; 310; 315; 317–320; 323; 324; 327; 329; 330; 332; 337–339; 356; 358; 369; 401; 407; 413; 415–420; 422; 427; 429; 431; 433; 475–479; 482; 498; 500; 501; 503; 505; 506; 508; 533; 538; 539; 547; 549; 552; 565; 595; 600)
  • 075Greenwayodendron Verdc. (198; 199; 236; 367; 386; 567; 569)
  • 076Griffithia Maingay ex King, now in Enicosanthum (118; 119; 429)
  • 077Griffithianthus Merr., now in Enicosanthum (89; 211; 315; 332)
  • 078Guamia Merr., now in Meiogyne (178; 211; 236; 315; 490; 526)
  • 079Guanabanus Mill., now in Annona
  • 080Guatteria Ruiz & Pav. (27; 31; 34; 55; 90; 91; 95; 96; 103; 110; 118–124; 142; 143; 145–147; 150; 158–169; 172; 174–181; 183; 205; 208; 211; 214; 221; 236; 243; 249; 270–276; 278; 279; 281; 283–285; 291; 292; 351; 353; 359; 360; 377; 382; 383; 390; 393–395; 412; 450; 451; 453; 454; 467–470; 474; 485–488; 490; 494; 514; 516–524; 550; 561; 564; 592; 597; 599)
  • 081Guatteriella R.E.Fr., now in Guatteria (120; 121; 160; 211; 236; 292; 350; 353)
  • 082Guatteriopsis R.E.Fr., now in Guatteria (55; 120; 121; 155; 157; 158; 178; 211; 236; 285; 292; 353; 359; 382; 412; 446; 564)
  • 083Habzelia A.DC., now in Xylopia
  • 084Haplostichanthus F.Muell. (22; 118; 119; 178; 211; 236; 362; 555)
  • 085Henicosanthum Becc. ex Dalla Torre & Harm, now in Enicosanthum
  • 086Heteropetalum Benth., now in Guatteria (118–121; 143; 153; 176; 178; 211; 236; 243; 524)
  • 087Hexalobus A.DC. (11; 17–19; 30; 36; 38; 48; 65; 104; 113; 115; 116; 118; 119; 125; 127; 131; 148; 153; 178; 182; 198; 199; 203; 211–213; 231; 236; 243; 261; 364; 367; 368; 377; 386; 410; 411; 437; 438; 447; 484; 515; 535; 553; 569; 590)
  • 088Hornschuchia Nees (154; 155; 157; 159; 163; 178; 211; 220; 222; 236)
  • 089Hyalostemma Wall. ex Meisn., now in Miliusa
  • 090Isolona Engl. (2; 6; 17; 19; 38; 39; 48; 67; 70; 71; 104; 105; 107; 109; 116; 118; 119; 126; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 228; 231; 236; 261; 364; 367; 376; 410; 484; 495; 515; 535; 569–571)
  • 091Kentia Blume (1929), now in Fissistigma (not Kentia Blume (1838), nom. illeg. = Arecaceae)
  • 092Kinginda Kuntze, now in Mitrephora
  • 093Kingstonia Hook.f. & Thomson, now in Dendrokingstonia (26; 118; 119; 178; 211; 243; 244; 246; 429; 505)
  • 094Klarobelia Chatrou (53; 353; 382; 599)
  • 095Letestudoxa Pellegr. (57; 178; 211; 236; 255; 261; 364; 367; 376; 377)
  • 096Lettowianthus Diels (159; 178; 211; 236; 569)
  • 097Lobocarpus Wight & Arn. (Euphorbiaceae)
  • 098Lonchomera Hook.f. & Thomson, now in Mezzettia
  • 099Maasia Mols, Kessler & Rogstad (348; 481; 483)
  • 100Malmea R.E.Fr. (53; 55; 110; 146; 153–155; 157; 158; 163; 171; 178; 179; 181; 183; 211; 214; 236; 274; 283; 285; 382; 412; 468; 519–521; 561; 564; 592)
  • 101Marcuccia Becc., now in Enicosanthum (118; 119; 211; 418)
  • 102Marenteria Thouars, now in Uvaria
  • 103Marsypopetalum Scheff. (20; 26; 118; 119; 178; 211; 236; 246; 302; 483; 502; 505; 594)
  • 104Meiocarpidium Engl. & Diels (11; 19; 118; 119; 178; 211; 236; 261; 377; 515)
  • 105Meiogyne Miq. (13; 20; 26; 45; 52; 117–119; 178; 184; 211; 236; 241; 246; 266; 269; 302; 315; 332; 356; 502; 503; 505; 506; 533; 543; 556; 558; 595)
  • 106Melodorum (Dunal) Hook.f. & Thomson, now in Melodorum Lour. (15; 26; 40; 45; 118; 119; 134; 135; 178; 204; 227; 236; 243; 244; 367; 373; 396; 413; 415; 417; 418; 429; 498; 500; 503; 505; 569; 570)
  • 107Melodorum Lour. (22; 79; 83; 85; 86; 88; 89; 112; 137; 192; 193; 200; 309; 310; 349; 427; 430; 601)
  • 108Mezzettia Becc. (10; 26; 98; 118; 119; 178; 196; 211; 236; 240; 241; 243; 244; 246; 302; 344; 356; 413; 417; 418; 429; 498; 502; 505; 554)
  • 109Mezzettiopsis Ridl., now in Orophea (13; 14; 62–64; 236; 265; 266; 356; 417; 418; 538; 595; 600)
  • 110Miliusa Lesch. ex A.DC. (9; 12–15; 20; 26; 35; 37; 40; 48; 51; 62–64; 66; 74; 75; 82; 85; 86; 88; 89; 97; 114; 118; 119; 134–136; 178; 184; 189; 191; 194–196; 204; 210; 211; 217; 227; 236; 241–244; 246; 266; 268; 269; 298; 299; 302; 338; 344; 347; 352; 355; 369; 370; 373; 374; 385; 396; 406; 414; 415; 427–429; 503; 505; 538; 595; 600)
  • 111Mischogyne Exell (19; 127; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211; 236; 261; 364; 367)
  • 112Mitrella Miq. (10; 20; 26; 106; 108; 236; 241; 505; 506; 543)
  • 113Mitrephora (Blume) Hook.f. & Thomson (8; 12–15; 20; 22; 26; 37; 40; 45; 62–64; 74; 75; 77; 83; 84; 89; 106; 117–119; 134–136; 138; 178; 191; 196; 204; 210; 211; 227; 236; 241; 243; 244; 246; 266; 268; 269; 298; 299; 302; 303; 305; 306; 312; 315; 318; 319; 327; 330; 332; 352; 361; 369; 373; 385; 396; 414; 415; 417; 418; 421; 429; 434; 483; 498; 500; 503; 505; 507; 534; 538; 552; 583–587; 595; 600)
  • 114Mkilua Verdc. (236; 568; 569)
  • 115Monanthotaxis Baill. (19; 38; 65; 113; 115; 118; 119; 125; 127; 131; 178; 182; 199; 211; 236; 261; 364; 367; 381; 411; 443; 449; 515; 536; 537; 569–571)
  • 116Monocarpia Miq. (26; 87; 89; 118; 119; 178; 236; 240; 241; 246; 302; 345; 356; 418; 505)
  • 117Monocyclanthus Keay (19; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 230; 236)
  • 118Monodora Dunal (2; 11; 17–19; 30; 38; 39; 65; 67; 70; 71; 92; 104; 107; 113; 115; 116; 118; 119; 125; 128; 131; 178; 182; 198; 199; 203; 208; 211–213; 231; 236; 243; 261; 364; 365; 367; 368; 377; 410; 411; 438; 439; 449; 484; 515; 535; 553; 569)
  • 119Monoon Miq., now in Desmos, Friesodielsia, Maasia, Marsypopetalum, Phaeanthus, Polyalthia (45; 418)
  • 120Mosannona Chatrou (53; 382)
  • 121Mosenodendron R.E.Fr., now in Hornschuchia (143)
  • 122Mwasumbia Couvreur & D.M.Johnson (73)
  • 123Narum Adans., now in Uvaria
  • 124Neo-uvaria Airy Shaw (8; 26; 50; 178; 211; 236; 241; 246; 302; 505)
  • 125Neostenanthera Exell (2; 5; 6; 19; 38; 125; 128; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 261; 364; 367; 484; 535)
  • 126Nephrostigma Griff. (type not designated, application uncertain) (178)
  • 127Oncodostigma Diels (application uncertain) (13; 26; 106; 178; 211; 236; 246; 302; 362; 502; 505; 595; 600)
  • 128Onychopetalum R.E.Fr. (55; 154; 157; 178; 211; 222; 236; 294; 359; 382)
  • 129Ophrypetalum Diels (92; 178; 211; 236; 569; 578)
  • 130Orchidocarpum Michx., now in Asimina
  • 131Oreomitra Diels, now in Pseuduvaria (26; 106; 178; 211; 236; 527)
  • 132Orophea Blume (13–15; 20; 26; 37; 40; 45; 62–64; 66; 74; 75; 81; 84; 88; 89; 106; 108; 117–119; 134–136; 178; 196; 204; 209–211; 233; 235; 236; 239; 243; 244; 246; 265; 266; 269; 302; 304–306; 309; 314–316; 321; 326; 328; 332; 336; 338; 344; 356; 369; 373; 385; 413; 415; 418; 423; 427; 429; 471; 472; 498; 500; 502; 503; 505; 533; 538; 595; 600)
  • 133Oxandra A.Rich. (7; 27; 34; 42; 55; 103; 118; 119; 132; 142; 143; 146; 150; 154; 155; 157; 158; 160; 161; 164; 172; 174; 178; 180; 181; 183; 211; 214; 236; 243; 271–275; 283; 284; 342; 351; 353; 360; 382; 384; 452; 468; 474; 490; 494; 516; 520; 522–524; 550; 561; 564; 599)
  • 134Oxymitra (Blume) Hook.f. & Thomson, now in Friesodielsia (8; 15; 19; 20; 38–40; 58; 63; 88; 89; 117–119; 134; 135; 192; 199; 204; 212; 213; 227; 243; 244; 310; 312; 315; 319; 320; 323; 327; 332; 373; 410; 413; 416–418; 423; 429; 498; 502; 504; 505; 511; 515; 535; 563)
  • 135Pachypodanthium Engl. & Diels, now in Duguetia (2; 17; 19; 38; 57; 67; 107; 118; 119; 129; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 261; 293; 364; 367; 377; 484; 515)
  • 136Papualthia Diels, now in Haplostichanthus (106; 108; 178; 211; 236; 315; 316; 319; 328; 369; 400; 458)
  • 137Parabotrys Müll. Hal., now in Xylopia
  • 138Parartabotrys Miq., now in Xylopia
  • 139Patonia Wight, now in Xylopia
  • 140Pelticalyx Griff. (application uncertain, Dasymaschalon conserved against Pelticalyx) (178; 541)
  • 141Petalolophus K.Schum., now in Pseuduvaria (26; 106; 178; 211; 236; 501; 528)
  • 142Phaeanthus Hook.f. & Thomson (13; 26; 40; 45; 78; 106; 117–119; 134; 178; 211; 236; 241; 243; 244; 246; 266; 302; 305; 306; 309; 317–319; 323; 332; 346; 356; 369; 373; 413; 418; 429; 483; 498; 505; 552; 595; 600)
  • 143Phoenicanthus Alston (210; 236; 344)
  • 144Piptostigma Oliv. (17; 19; 38; 73; 107; 118; 119; 126; 131; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 243; 261; 364; 367; 381; 410; 515; 535)
  • 145Pityothamnus Small, now in Asimina (510)
  • 146Platymitra Boerl. (20; 26; 75; 76; 89; 118; 119; 178; 211; 234; 236; 246; 344; 505)
  • 147Pleuripetalum T.Durand, now in Anaxagorea
  • 148Polyalthia Blume (2; 8; 10; 13–15; 17; 19; 20; 22; 26; 28; 29; 35; 37; 38; 40; 45; 48; 62–64; 66–68; 79; 80; 84; 87–89; 92; 97; 98; 104; 106; 108; 109; 112; 114; 116–119; 125; 126; 128; 131; 134; 135; 138; 141; 178; 184; 191–197; 204; 206; 210–213; 223; 227; 231; 236; 240–244; 246; 253; 261; 266–269; 298; 299; 301–303; 305; 306; 309; 311–313; 315; 318; 319; 322; 323; 325; 331; 332; 336–339; 348; 349; 352; 356; 357; 364; 365; 369; 371–374; 396; 397; 406; 410; 413–419; 422; 424–426; 429; 430; 433–436; 448; 481; 483; 484; 495; 497; 498; 500; 502–505; 511; 512; 515; 533; 535; 538; 543; 545; 546; 552; 567; 569; 576–578; 594; 595; 600)
  • 149Polyaulax Backer, now in Meiogyne (20; 26; 178; 211; 236)
  • 150Polyceratocarpus Engl. & Diels (2; 5; 19; 38; 39; 104; 118; 119; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 253; 261; 364; 367; 441; 515; 569)
  • 151Popowia Endl. (2; 3; 8; 11; 13–15; 19; 20; 26; 37–39; 45; 48; 62; 64; 67; 89; 92; 104–109; 113; 118; 119; 127; 128; 131; 134; 135; 148; 149; 178; 182; 196; 199; 204; 211–213; 227; 236; 241; 243; 244; 246; 252; 253; 260; 261; 266; 269; 300; 302; 309; 320; 323; 326; 332; 356; 364; 368; 373; 377; 378; 410; 413; 415; 418; 423; 429; 436–438; 447; 498–500; 502; 505; 515; 535; 538; 553; 570; 571; 582; 590; 595)
  • 152Porcelia Ruiz & Pav. (40; 55; 143; 153; 158; 166; 172; 174; 178; 181; 183; 211; 236; 243; 281; 354; 382; 392; 453; 597)
  • 153Pseudannona (Baill.) Saff., now in Xylopia (178; 211; 461)
  • 154Pseudartabotrys Pellegr. (57; 178; 211; 236; 261; 376; 377)
  • 155Pseudephedranthus Aristeg. (283; 363; 524)
  • 156Pseudomalmea Chatrou (53; 122; 382)
  • 157Pseudoxandra R.E.Fr. (55; 157; 158; 178; 211; 236; 274; 284; 285; 289–291; 353; 359; 382; 412; 524; 564)
  • 158Pseuduvaria Miq. (8; 13; 20; 26; 63; 178; 196; 211; 216; 236; 241; 246; 266; 269; 302; 315; 319; 320; 329; 330; 332; 333; 356; 503; 505; 507; 527–530; 595; 600)
  • 159Pyragma Noronha, now in Stelechocarpus
  • 160Pyramidanthe Miq. (10; 26; 236; 356; 505)
  • 161Raimondia Saff., now in Annona (55; 110; 111; 153; 166; 178; 179; 211; 236; 462; 589)
  • 162Rauwenhoffia Scheff., now in Uvaria (15; 75; 89; 106; 118; 119; 141; 178; 197; 211; 236; 243; 429; 498; 505; 602)
  • 163Reedrollinsia J.W.Walker, now in Stenanona
  • 164Rhodosphaera Engl. (Anacardiaceae)
  • 165Rhopalocarpus Teijsm. & Binn. ex Miq., now in Anaxagorea
  • 166Richella A.Gray, now in Goniothalamus (13; 26; 118; 119; 211; 236; 358; 371; 477; 512; 547; 563; 595)
  • 167Rollinia A.St-Hil., now in Annona (27; 42; 55; 91; 95; 96; 103; 110; 118; 119; 142–145; 147; 152; 155; 157; 158; 160–163; 165; 166; 172; 174; 177–179; 181; 183; 208; 211; 214; 236; 243; 249; 269; 271–274; 276; 281–285; 288; 351; 353; 359; 360; 382; 383; 391; 393; 394; 404; 412; 465; 468; 469; 490; 494; 513; 518–524; 561; 564; 592; 593; 596–599)
  • 168Rolliniopsis Saff., now in Annona (155; 178; 211; 236; 466)
  • 169Ropalopetalum Griff., now in Artabotrys
  • 170Ruizodendron R.E.Fr. (55; 156; 158; 160; 163; 178; 211; 236; 274; 382; 564)
  • 171Saccopetalum Benn., now in Miliusa (13; 14; 20; 22; 35; 37; 40; 61; 64; 66; 87; 89; 114; 117–119; 136; 194; 195; 211; 266; 298; 396; 533; 539; 595; 600)
  • 172Sageraea Dalzell (26; 35; 40; 59; 63; 88; 89; 118; 119; 134; 135; 178; 196; 204; 210; 211; 227; 236; 243; 244; 246; 302; 306; 334; 343; 369; 372; 373; 385; 396; 418; 429; 436; 498; 502; 505; 533; 559)
  • 173Sanrafaelia Verdc. (572; 573)
  • 174Sapranthus Seem. (143; 153; 154; 165; 178; 211; 236; 341; 456; 490; 493; 494; 517–521; 599)
  • 175Schefferomitra Diels (26; 106; 178; 211; 236)
  • 176Schnittspahnia Rchb., now in Fissistigma[not Schnittspahnia Sch.Bip. (1842) = Asteraceae]
  • 177Soala Blanco, now in Cyathocalyx (178)
  • 178Sphaerocoryne (Boerl.) Scheff. ex Ridl. (65; 83; 89; 136; 178; 424; 429; 571)
  • 179Sphaerothalamus Hook.f., now in Polyalthia (118; 119; 211; 243; 356; 418)
  • 180Stelechocarpus (Blume) Hook.f. & Thomson (20; 26; 63; 85; 86; 89; 118; 119; 134; 178; 211; 236; 241; 243; 244; 246; 302; 356; 413; 429; 500; 503; 505; 557)
  • 181Stenanona Standl. (154; 162; 178; 181; 183; 211; 236; 494; 496; 599)
  • 182Stenanthera Engl. & Diels, now in Neostenanthera (17; 67; 104; 107; 113; 118; 119; 410; 515)
  • 183Stormia S.Moore, now in Cardiopetalum (118; 119)
  • 184Tabraca Noronha (application uncertain) (178)
  • 185Tetrameranthus R.E.Fr. (55; 160; 177; 178; 211; 236; 274; 285; 359; 382; 412; 524; 564; 588)
  • 186Tetrapetalum Miq., now in Cyathostemma (118; 119; 178; 211; 236; 243; 332; 356; 418; 502; 551)
  • 187Tetrastemma Diels, now in Uvariopsis (104; 107; 211; 440; 441; 515)
  • 188Thonnera De Wild., now in Uvariopsis (19; 38; 211; 515)
  • 189Thoreldora Pierre (Rutaceae)
  • 190Toussaintia Boutique (19; 38; 39; 100; 113; 178; 211; 236; 256; 261; 569; 570)
  • 191Tridimeris Baill. (118; 119; 154; 178; 211; 236; 490)
  • 192Trigynaea Schltdl. (55; 96; 118; 119; 143; 154; 163; 178; 211; 214; 220; 222; 236; 243; 274; 353; 382; 450; 452; 453; 561; 564)
  • 193Trigyneia Rchb., now in Trigynaea
  • 194Trivalvaria (Miq.) Miq. (20; 26; 45; 63; 93; 118; 119; 178; 196; 211; 236; 246; 269; 302; 343; 498; 505; 560; 594)
  • 195Unona L.f., now in Ambavia, Annickia, Artabotrys, Asimina, Asteranthe, Cananga, Cardiopetalum, Cleistochlamys, Cymbopetalum, Dasymaschalon, Desmopsis, Desmos, Duguetia, Friesodielsia, Goniothalamus, Guatteria, Haplostichanthus, Maasia, Marsypopetalum, Meiocarpidium, Meiogyne, Mitrella, Mitrephora, Monanthotaxis, Monodora, Phaeanthus, Polyalthia, Popowia, Sapranthus, Uvaria and Xylopia (37; 40; 66; 74; 75; 104; 112; 113; 117–119; 134; 135; 192; 193; 195; 204; 227; 243; 244; 305–309; 311; 373; 385; 396; 413; 415–419; 422; 424; 436; 457; 533)
  • 196Unonopsis R.E.Fr. (31; 55; 90; 91; 103; 110; 143; 145–147; 151; 157; 158; 160–164; 166; 172; 174; 176; 178; 181; 183; 208; 211; 214; 236; 274; 276; 284; 285; 294; 353; 359; 382; 412; 450; 457; 468; 469; 490; 493; 494; 514; 516; 518; 520; 521; 524; 561; 564; 599)
  • 197Uva Kuntze, now in Anonidium, Cymbopetalum, Desmos, Fitzalania, Monanthotaxis, Pseuduvaria, Trigynaea, Uvaria and Uvariodendron
  • 198Uvaria L. (2–5; 9–20; 22; 26; 30; 35; 38–40; 43; 45; 48; 62–67; 74; 75; 89; 92; 104–107; 109; 112; 113; 115–119; 125–128; 131; 134; 135; 143; 148; 149; 151; 178; 182; 184; 191–196; 199; 200; 203; 204; 210–213; 224–227; 229; 230; 236; 241; 243; 244; 252; 260; 261; 266; 268; 269; 298–300; 303–305; 311; 315; 318; 319; 323; 327; 330; 332; 343; 356; 361; 364; 366–369; 373; 375–377; 379; 396; 405; 410; 411; 413; 415; 417; 418; 425; 429; 434; 436–439; 449; 495; 498; 500; 502; 503; 505; 515; 533; 535–538; 551; 553; 569; 570; 574; 578; 582; 590; 592; 595; 600–602)
  • 199Uvariastrum Engl. (3; 17; 19; 38; 39; 92; 104; 119; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 228; 230; 231; 236; 261; 364; 367; 377; 410; 438; 515; 535; 569; 590)
  • 200Uvariella Ridl., now in Uvaria
  • 201Uvariodendron (Engl. & Diels) R.E.Fr. (17; 19; 38; 92; 125; 127; 131; 153; 178; 198; 199; 211–213; 231; 236; 257; 261; 364; 367; 438; 566; 569; 571)
  • 202Uvariopsis Engl. (2; 4; 19; 38; 72; 92; 116; 118; 119; 178; 182; 186; 198; 199; 211–213; 228; 231; 236; 253; 261; 364; 367; 438; 440; 441; 484; 515; 535; 569; 571; 590)
  • 203Waria Aubl., now in Xylopia
  • 204Woodiella Merr., now in Woodiellantha (8; 178; 211; 295; 302; 323)
  • 205Woodiellantha Rauschert (236; 296; 409)
  • 206Xylopia L. (2; 4; 6; 7; 10; 11; 13; 15; 17; 19; 21; 26; 30–32; 34; 37–40; 45–48; 55; 63; 65; 67; 68; 89–92; 96; 101–104; 107–109; 113; 115–119; 125–128; 131; 132; 134; 135; 143–145; 147; 148; 150; 153–155; 157; 158; 160; 161; 163–167; 170; 172; 174; 177; 178; 181–183; 192; 193; 198; 199; 203; 204; 210–214; 224; 231; 232; 236; 240; 241; 243; 244; 246; 249; 261; 266; 269; 270; 274–277; 281–285; 302; 305; 318; 332; 334; 340; 353; 356; 359; 364; 367–369; 371; 375–377; 382; 385; 386; 390; 393–395; 410–413; 417; 418; 432; 437; 438; 447; 469; 474; 484; 490; 492; 494; 495; 498; 502; 503; 505; 512–516; 519–521; 524; 535; 548; 553; 561; 564; 569; 570; 590; 592; 593; 595; 597; 599)
  • 207Xylopiastrum Roberty, now in Uvaria (19)
  • 208Xylopicron Adans., now in Xylopia
  • 209Xylopicrum P.Browne, now in Xylopia

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