Behria tenuiflora & Mobot

Nhu Nguyen
Fri, 07 Oct 2011 07:49:16 PDT
Hi Mark,

No, you are not missing anything because I too find that their site is difficult to use and that their trees refer to an older classification scheme. But if you want to be on top of plant systematics, the APG site is the most straightforward place to look.


On Oct 7, 2011, at 1:00 AM, Mark BROWN <> wrote:

> 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:
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