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Brevicaspll, G. atlelllwtul1l, G. belleolells, C. bicolor, G. caliJomiculII, G. charta/ellll/ , C. chi/e"se, G. diaiclIlIJ, G. iIypolellclIl1l, G. imlicllm , G. jap(micuIII, C. leplOphyJlIlIII, G. Jllleo-albllm, G. milnu:eplwllll1l , G. morii, G. multiceps, G. oblllsiJolilllll, G. occidelllalis, G. oxyphy/l/llll, G. peregrilllllll, G. pWlmrescells, G. plll'purelllll, G, ramosissimlllll, G. rhodwlilllII. G"aplw/ium spp. (12), C. m, G. \·liji)/ia, C. mexic(lIIa, Gllizolia abyssiflic:a, G. , GI/lierrezia grandis, G.
Cllprea , A. /eiocarpa, Arnica mOl/lata, Artemesia afra ( 112), A. amilia, A. calijornica (2 /3), A. capillaris ' (1 12), A. dOllglosiOlw, A. drammcllioides, A. indoricial/u, A. k/otzchimw (1 /2), A. mexical/a (214), Artemisia sp. ( 1/2), Aspi/ia africalUI (2/4), Aster llethiopiclIS, A. , A thallru'jo ji,scicllltlta , A. pinnata, A. tomelltosa (212), A. trijllrClttlt, Hacchoris ca/l'escells, B. cl/rilibells is, B. e/aeaglloities, B. elioc/ado , B. em01yi (212), B. glomerl/iijlora, B. megopotamica, B.
Parvi/alia , G. pOl]Jlryr;o, G. mexieolla, G. /itia, G. -la/enia spp. (2), LimllanthemulIl cllristatum , L. lrulllbo/dliallulII , LisianlJllIs brirtollii, Schu/tesia glliallellsis, Swertia I"lwtiaiellsis. T he family occurs worldwide but is represcn ~ cd primarily in ,the Mcd itl,;rrancan area . A limited number are cullivated as novelttes. Fl'fJllkenia was reported to contain alkaloids but o ne sample of each o f two un identified species failed to give a positive tcst. ,· Long considered a subfam ily of the Papavcraccae, ~his f~mily is of Old World d istributioll , chie fl y of temperate ASia, w ith fou r genera in South Africa and three in the United Siaies.
Pflanzenreich mez theophrastaceae by A. Engler