Dear Nhu, It is fascinating to know that we have in Anthericum ramosum a native and local agavaceae! I had forgottend the Mobot website.I did not find it patricularly clear however as the diagrams don't seem to follow the text... I may have missed something? Many thanks, Mark " According to the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group version 3 (APG III, 2009), the > family Themidaceae where Behria belonged is no longer a family. It had been > subsumed into Asparagaceae, along with other families we know like > Hyacinthaceae and Agavaceae. > It's a complicated website but you can take a look at it here: > http://mobot.org/mobot/research/…"