RANUNCULALES
(buttercups, poppies and barberries)

Subtaxon Example images Rank Subtaxa
with images
No of
ID refs
Flowers - close-up - face view (Click to view)Growing in woodland (Click to view)
Family 4 illustrated subtaxa
Flower - side view (Click to view)Plant (Click to view)Plants (Click to view)
Family 17 illustrated subtaxa 7 ident. refs
Plant with flower - in situ (Click to view)Flower bud - bursting (Click to view)Leaf - top surface with veins (Click to view)Flower buds (Click to view)Flowers (Click to view)Flower - side view (Click to view)May 18: bulbil in leaf axil (Click to view)Plants - top view (Click to view)Plant (Click to view)Flower - oblique view - close-up (Click to view)Flower shoot with flower just opening - side view (Click to view)Plant - in situ (Click to view)Leaf - close-up (Click to view)Flower - just opening - top view - close-up (Click to view)
Family 32 illustrated subtaxa 7 ident. refs
Taxonomic hierarchy:
OrderRANUNCULALES (buttercups, poppies and barberries)
SubclassEU-DICOTS (dicotyledonous flowering plants)
ClassMAGNOLIOPSIDA (flowering plants)
PhylumTRACHEOPHYTA (vascular plants)
KingdomPLANTAE (plants)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)

BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 23 general literature references relevant to RANUNCULALES (buttercups, poppies and barberries)

RANUNCULALES (buttercups, poppies and barberries) may also be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 742 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for RANUNCULALES (buttercups, poppies and barberries)
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