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IRMNG taxon details

Magnoliopsida

1102  (urn:lsid:irmng.org:taxname:1102)

accepted
Class
Liliopsida (no longer recognised at class level, subsumed into Magnoliopsida)
Order Acorales
Order Alismatales
Order Amborellales
Order Apiales
Order Aquifoliales
Order Arecales
Order Asparagales
Order Asterales
Order Austrobaileyales
Order Berberidopsidales
Order Boraginales
Order Brassicales
Order Bruniales
Order Buxales
Order Canellales
Order Caryophyllales
Order Celastrales
Order Ceratophyllales
Order Chloranthales
Order Commelinales
Order Cornales
Order Crossosomatales
Order Cucurbitales
Order Dilleniales
Order Dioscoreales
Order Dipsacales
Order Ericales
Order Escalloniales
Order Fabales
Order Fagales
Order Garryales
Order Gentianales
Order Geraniales
Order Gunnerales
Order Huerteales
Order Icacinales
Order Lamiales
Order Laurales
Order Liliales
Order Magnoliales
Order Magnoliopsida incertae sedis
Order Malpighiales
Order Malvales
Order Metteniusales
Order Myrtales
Order Nymphaeales
Order Oxalidales
Order Pandanales
Order Paracryphiales
Order Petrosaviales
Order Picramniales
Order Piperales
Order Poales
Order Proteales
Order Ranunculales
Order Rosales
Order Santalales
Order Sapindales
Order Saxifragales
Order Solanales
Order Trochodendrales
Order Vahliales
Order Vitales
Order Zingiberales
Order Zygophyllales

Order Magnoliopsida (awaiting allocation) (temporary name)

Order Adoxales accepted as Dipsacales
Order Alstroemeriales accepted as Liliales
Order Amaryllidales accepted as Asparagales
Order Apocynales accepted as Gentianales
Order Arales accepted as Alismatales
Order Araliales accepted as Apiales
Order Aralidiales accepted as Apiales
Order Aristolochiales accepted as Piperales
Order Aucubales accepted as Garryales
Order Balanophorales accepted as Santalales
Order Batales accepted as Brassicales
Order Begoniales accepted as Cucurbitales
Order Berberidales accepted as Ranunculales
Order Biebersteiniales accepted as Sapindales
Order Brexiales accepted as Celastrales
Order Bromeliales accepted as Poales
Order Burmanniales accepted as Dioscoreales
Order Burserales accepted as Sapindales
Order Callitrichales accepted as Lamiales
Order Calycerales accepted as Asterales
Order Campanulales accepted as Asterales
Order Capparales accepted as Brassicales
Order Casuarinales accepted as Fagales
Order Circaeasterales accepted as Ranunculales
Order Cistales accepted as Malvales
Order Colchicales accepted as Liliales
Order Corylales accepted as Fagales
Order Cyclanthales accepted as Pandanales
Order Cynomoriales accepted as Saxifragales
Order Cyperales accepted as Poales
Order Daphniphyllales accepted as Saxifragales
Order Desfontainiales accepted as Bruniales
Order Diapensiales accepted as Ericales
Order Didymelales accepted as Buxales
Order Ebenales accepted as Ericales
Order Eriocaulales accepted as Poales
Order Eucommiales accepted as Garryales
Order Euphorbiales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Francoales accepted as Geraniales
Order Glaucidiales accepted as Ranunculales
Order Griseliniales accepted as Apiales
Order Haemodorales accepted as Commelinales
Order Haloragales accepted as Saxifragales
Order Hamamelidales accepted as Saxifragales
Order Helobiales accepted as Alismatales
Order Helwingiales accepted as Aquifoliales
Order Hydatellales accepted as Nymphaeales
Order Hydrangeales accepted as Cornales
Order Hydrastidales accepted as Ranunculales
Order Hydrocharitales accepted as Alismatales
Order Hydropeltidales accepted as Nymphaeales
Order Hypericales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Hypoxidales accepted as Asparagales
Order Illiciales accepted as Austrobaileyales
Order Iridales accepted as Asparagales
Order Juglandales accepted as Fagales
Order Juncaginales accepted as Alismatales
Order Juncales accepted as Poales
Order Lecythidales accepted as Ericales
Order Leitneriales accepted as Sapindales
Order Linales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Melanthiales accepted as Liliales
Order Myricales accepted as Fagales
Order Myrsinales accepted as Ericales
Order Najadales accepted as Alismatales
Order Nepenthales accepted as Caryophyllales
Order Ochnales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Oleales accepted as Lamiales
Order Orchidales accepted as Asparagales
Order Papaverales accepted as Ranunculales
Order Parnassiales accepted as Celastrales
Order Plantaginales accepted as Lamiales
Order Plumbaginales accepted as Caryophyllales
Order Podostemales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Polygalales accepted as Fabales
Order Polygonales accepted as Caryophyllales
Order Primulales accepted as Ericales
Order Rafflesiales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Restionales accepted as Poales
Order Rhamnales accepted as Rosales
Order Rhizophorales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Roridulales accepted as Ericales
Order Rubiales accepted as Gentianales
Order Rutales accepted as Sapindales
Order Sabiales accepted as Proteales
Order Salicales accepted as Malpighiales
Order Scrophulariales accepted as Lamiales
Order Smilacales accepted as Liliales
Order Stemonales accepted as Pandanales
Order Tamaricales accepted as Caryophyllales
Order Tecophilaeales accepted as Asparagales
Order Theales accepted as Ericales
Order Thymelaeales accepted as Malvales
Order Toricelliales accepted as Cornales
Order Trilliales accepted as Liliales
Order Triuridales accepted as Pandanales
Order Typhales accepted as Poales
Order Urticales accepted as Rosales
Order Viburnales accepted as Dipsacales
Order Violales (unaccepted)
Order Xanthorrhoeales (unaccepted)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent + fossil
Not documented
Taxonomic remark In the Cronquist system, the class Magnoliopsida was used to include only dicotyledons, monocots being in the class...  
Taxonomic remark In the Cronquist system, the class Magnoliopsida was used to include only dicotyledons, monocots being in the class Liliopsida. Present preference (e.g. Ruggiero et al., 2015) is to use "Magnoliopsida" to encompass all angiosperms, with subgroups (including Monocotyledones) being recognised at the level of superorder. [details]
IRMNG (2019). Magnoliopsida. Accessed at: http://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1102 on 2019-12-12
Date
action
by
2010-05-31 22:00:00Z
created
2011-12-31 23:00:00Z
changed

basis of record Parker, S.P. (ed). (1982). Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms. McGraw-Hill, New York. 2 volumes.  [details]   

taxonomy source Ruggiero, M. A.; Gordon, D. P.; Orrell, T. M.; Bailly, N.; Bourgoin, T.; Brusca, R. C.; Cavalier-Smith, T.; Guiry, M. D.; Kirk, P. M. (2015). A higher level classification of all living organisms. <em>PLOS ONE.</em> 10(4): e0119248., available online at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0119248 [details]   

current name source Ruggiero, M. A.; Gordon, D. P.; Orrell, T. M.; Bailly, N.; Bourgoin, T.; Brusca, R. C.; Cavalier-Smith, T.; Guiry, M. D.; Kirk, P. M. (2015). A higher level classification of all living organisms. <em>PLOS ONE.</em> 10(4): e0119248., available online at https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0119248 [details]   
From other sources
Taxonomic remark In the Cronquist system, the class Magnoliopsida was used to include only dicotyledons, monocots being in the class Liliopsida. Present preference (e.g. Ruggiero et al., 2015) is to use "Magnoliopsida" to encompass all angiosperms, with subgroups (including Monocotyledones) being recognised at the level of superorder. [details]

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