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ROSALES Bercht. & J.Presl, 1820 (roses, elms, nettles, hops, buckthorns and figs)

Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Order)

CANNABACEAE (hops) Family 2 subtaxa  
Cannabis sativa L. (Hemp)
Plant
Species    
Humulus lupulus L. (Hop)
Female plant
Species    
ELAEAGNACEAE (elaeagnus and sea buckthorn) Family 1 subtaxon  
Hippophaƫ rhamnoides L. (Sea Buckthorn, Sea-buckthorn)
Plant - in berry
Species    
MORACEAE (mulberries, figs) Family   1 ident refs
RHAMNACEAE (buckthorns) Family 2 subtaxa  
Frangula alnus Mill. (Alder Buckthorn, Black Dogwood)
Trees
Species    
Rhamnus cathartica L. (Buckthorn, Purging Buckthorn)
Branch with immature berries
Species    
ROSACEAE (roses and fruit trees)
Acaena (pirri-pirri burs), eg: Acaena novae-zelandiae (Pirri-pirri-bur) - Flower head Agrimonia (agrimonies), eg: Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony) - Plant Alchemilla (lady's-mantles), eg: Alchemilla mollis (Garden Lady's-mantle) - Plant - in situ Amelanchier (a genus of flowering plants), eg: Amelanchier lamarckii (Juneberry) - Flowers Aphanes (parsley pierts), eg: (Aphanes arvensis agg.) (parsley pierts) - Plant Aruncus dioicus (Buck's-beard), eg: Aruncus dioicus (Buck's-beard) - Plant with flowers Cotoneaster (cotoneasters), eg: Cotoneaster horizontalis (Wall Cotoneaster) - Sept - leaf spray - underside Crataegus (hawthorns), eg: Crataegus laevigata (Midland Hawthorn) - Flower buds and leaves - underside Dryas octopetala (Mountain Avens), eg: Dryas octopetala (Mountain Avens) - Flower and foliage - top view Filipendula (meadowsweets), eg: Filipendula vulgaris (Dropwort) - Inflorescence - top view - close-up Fragaria (strawberries), eg: Fragaria vesca (Wild Strawberry) - Plant Geum (avens), eg: Geum rivale x urbanum = G. x intermedium (hybrid avens) - Flower - side view Kerria japonica (Kerria), eg: Kerria japonica flore pleno (Kerria (Double Flowered)) - Flower cluster - top view Potentilla (cinquefoils), eg: Potentilla erecta (Tormentil) - Plant Prunus (plums, cherries and laurels), eg: Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel) - Flower spikes Pyracantha (firethorns), eg: Pyracantha coccinea (Firethorn) - Flower buds - side view Pyrus (pears), eg: Pyrus communis (Pear) - Branches Rosa (roses and briars), eg: Rosa micrantha (Small-flowered Sweet-briar) - Flower - close-up Rubus (brambles, blackberries and raspberries), eg: Rubus caesius (Dewberry) - Flower and leaves Sanguisorba (burnets), eg: Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet) - Flowers with Meadow-sweet Sorbus (whitebeams), eg: Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan, Mountain Ash) - Berries - on the tree Spiraea (brideworts and steeple bushes, spiraea), eg: Spiraea salicifolia x douglasii = S. x pseudosalicifolia (confused bridewort) - Flowering shoot
Family 75 subtaxa 35 ident refs
ULMACEAE (elms) Family 2 subtaxa  
Ulmus L. (elms)
Ulmus glabra (Wych Elm), eg: Ulmus glabra (Wych Elm) - Leaf spray - freshly opened leaves Ulmus minor (Small-leaved Elm, Cornish Elm, Jersey Elm), eg: Ulmus minor subsp. angustifolia (Cornish Elm) - Bud and petiole
Genus 2 subtaxa 1 ident refs
URTICACEAE (nettles)
Parietaria judaica (Pellitory-of-the-wall), eg: Parietaria judaica (Pellitory-of-the-wall) - Plant - in situ Soleirolia soleirolii (Mind-your-own-business), eg: Soleirolia soleirolii (Mind-your-own-business) - In situ Urtica (nettles), eg: Urtica urens (Small Nettle) - Plant
Family 5 subtaxa 7 ident refs

Suggested Literature

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 33 general literature references to ROSALES (roses, elms, nettles, hops, buckthorns and figs)

ROSALES may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
PLANTAE
(plants)
TRACHEOPHYTA
(vascular plants)
MAGNOLIOPSIDA
(flowering plants)

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 4414 feeding and other relationships of ROSALES (roses, elms, nettles, hops, buckthorns and figs)

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