FABACEAE
(vetches, peas, beans, accacias, wattles and sennas)

Subtaxon Example images Rank Subtaxa
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No of
ID refs
Inflorescence - top view (Click to view)
Genus 1 illustrated subtaxa 1 ident. refs
Inflorescence - close-up (Click to view)Dark flowers - close-up (Click to view)Bean - close-up (Click to view)Flower heads - white (Click to view)Plant with flowers - in situ (Click to view)Plant (Click to view)Plant (Click to view)Leaf - top view (Click to view)Leaves (Click to view)Plant - in situ (Click to view)Inflorescence (Click to view)Plant (Click to view)Plant with flowers and pods (Click to view)Flowers and foliage - close-up (Click to view)Growing at the tea rooms at Wisley (Click to view)Flower heads of different ages (Click to view)Flowering shoot and plant (Click to view)Flower (Click to view)
Subfamily 72 illustrated subtaxa 21 ident. refs
Plant (Click to view)
Genus 1 illustrated subtaxa
Genus 1 illustrated subtaxa
Growing on south-facing house wall - flowers fully open (Click to view)
Genus 1 illustrated subtaxa
Taxonomic hierarchy:
FamilyFABACEAE (vetches, peas, beans, accacias, wattles and sennas)
OrderFABALES (vetches, peas, beans and milkworts)
SubclassEU-DICOTS (dicotyledonous flowering plants)
ClassMAGNOLIOPSIDA (flowering plants)
PhylumTRACHEOPHYTA (vascular plants)
KingdomPLANTAE (plants)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 29 general literature references relevant to FABACEAE (vetches, peas, beans, accacias, wattles and sennas)

FABACEAE (vetches, peas, beans, accacias, wattles and sennas) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 1,849 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for FABACEAE (vetches, peas, beans, accacias, wattles and sennas)
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