TAMU Vascular Plant Specimen Listing
Acanthaceae : 189 specimens, representing 16 genera and 36 species (21 from cultivation)
Aceraceae: 80 specimens, representing 1 genus and 13 species (6 from cultivation)
Achatocarpaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Acoraceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Agavaceae: 53 specimens, representing 5 genera and 19 species (5 from cultivation)
Aizoaceae: 29 specimens, representing 4 genera and 5 species (2 from cultivation)
Alismataceae: 127 specimens, representing 3 genera and 16 species
Aloeaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Amaranthaceae: 229 specimens, representing 13 genera and 46 species (30 from cultivation)
Anacardiaceae: 160 specimens, representing 7 genera and 22 species (8 from cultivation)
Anemiaceae: 5 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (1 from cultivation)
Annonaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Apiaceae: 615 specimens, representing 46 genera and 80 species (20 from cultivation)
Apocynaceae: 115 specimens, representing 17 genera and 26 species (33 from cultivation)
Aponogetonaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Aquifoliaceae: 156 specimens, representing 2 genera and 16 species (4 from cultivation)
Araceae: 54 specimens, representing 9 genera and 13 species (7 from cultivation)
Araliaceae: 22 specimens, representing 7 genera and 10 species (5 from cultivation)
Araucariaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Arecaceae: 18 specimens, representing 3 genera and 3 species (3 from cultivation)
Aristolochiaceae: 22 specimens, representing 2 genera and 7 species (1 from cultivation)
Asclepiadaceae: 257 specimens, representing 10 genera and 43 species (5 from cultivation)
Aspleniaceae: 32 specimens, representing 1 genus and 12 species (10 from cultivation)
Asteraceae: 4604 specimens, representing 198 genera and 664 species (48 from cultivation)
Azollaceae: 9 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Balsaminaceae: 9 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Basellaceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Bataceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Begoniaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (4 from cultivation)
Berberidaceae: 69 specimens, representing 4 genera and 6 species (5 from cultivation)
Betulaceae: 103 specimens, representing 5 genera and 18 species
Bignoniaceae: 93 specimens, representing 11 genera and 15 species (13 from cultivation)
Blechnaceae: 30 specimens, representing 3 genera and 6 species (4 from cultivation)
Boraginaceae: 352 specimens, representing 24 genera and 69 species (6 from cultivation)
Brassicaceae: 669 specimens, representing 51 genera and 134 species (13 from cultivation)
Bromeliaceae: 94 specimens, representing 2 genera and 4 species (1 from cultivation)
Buddlejaceae: 48 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species (3 from cultivation)
Burmanniaceae: 5 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Burseraceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Butomaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Buxaceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Cabombaceae: 16 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species
Cactaceae: 108 specimens, representing 7 genera and 21 species (7 from cultivation)
Callitrichaceae: 41 specimens, representing 1 genus and 7 species
Campanulaceae: 207 specimens, representing 9 genera and 36 species (2 from cultivation)
Cannabaceae: 14 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (3 from cultivation)
Cannaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (7 from cultivation)
Capparaceae: 51 specimens, representing 6 genera and 12 species (3 from cultivation)
Caprifoliaceae: 296 specimens, representing 8 genera and 36 species (15 from cultivation)
Caricaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Caryophyllaceae: 358 specimens, representing 26 genera and 94 species (5 from cultivation)
Casuarinaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Celastraceae: 29 specimens, representing 4 genera and 8 species (5 from cultivation)
Ceratophyllaceae: 11 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Chenopodiaceae: 223 specimens, representing 14 genera and 62 species (28 from cultivation)
Cistaceae: 106 specimens, representing 3 genera and 11 species
Clethraceae: 6 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Clusiaceae: 162 specimens, representing 3 genera and 22 species (1 from cultivation)
Combretaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Commelinaceae: 280 specimens, representing 5 genera and 23 species (5 from cultivation)
Convolvulaceae: 285 specimens, representing 9 genera and 39 species (4 from cultivation)
Cornaceae: 135 specimens, representing 2 genera and 13 species (2 from cultivation)
Crassulaceae: 56 specimens, representing 7 genera and 16 species (6 from cultivation)
Crossosomataceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Cucurbitaceae: 104 specimens, representing 13 genera and 22 species (18 from cultivation)
Cupressaceae: 92 specimens, representing 7 genera and 24 species (12 from cultivation)
Cuscutaceae: 56 specimens, representing 1 genus and 14 species
Cyatheaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Cyperaceae: 1477 specimens, representing 22 genera and 286 species (4 from cultivation)
Cyrillaceae: 10 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Datiscaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Davalliaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Dennstaedtiaceae: 19 specimens, representing 5 genera and 6 species
Diapensiaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Dicksoniaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Dioscoreaceae: 10 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (2 from cultivation)
Dipsacaceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Droseraceae: 29 specimens, representing 1 genus and 5 species (1 from cultivation)
Dryopteridaceae: 170 specimens, representing 17 genera and 55 species (25 from cultivation)
Ebenaceae: 64 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Elaeagnaceae: 16 specimens, representing 2 genera and 4 species (12 from cultivation)
Elaeocarpaceae: 6 specimens, representing 2 genera and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Elatinaceae: 6 specimens, representing 2 genera and 3 species
Ephedraceae: 30 specimens, representing 1 genus and 7 species
Equisetaceae: 50 specimens, representing 1 genus and 10 species
Ericaceae: 183 specimens, representing 21 genera and 63 species (4 from cultivation)
Eriocaulaceae: 32 specimens, representing 2 genera and 6 species
Euphorbiaceae: 936 specimens, representing 26 genera and 137 species (16 from cultivation)
Fabaceae: 2448 specimens, representing 87 genera and 350 species (76 from cultivation)
Fagaceae: 441 specimens, representing 3 genera and 64 species (26 from cultivation)
Flacourtiaceae: 5 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (4 from cultivation)
Fouquieriaceae: 6 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Fumariaceae: 88 specimens, representing 3 genera and 11 species (1 from cultivation)
Garryaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Gentianaceae: 139 specimens, representing 6 genera and 21 species (2 from cultivation)
Geraniaceae: 127 specimens, representing 3 genera and 15 species (4 from cultivation)
Gesneriaceae: 16 specimens, representing 5 genera and 13 species (7 from cultivation)
Ginkgoaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (2 from cultivation)
Gleicheniaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (1 from cultivation)
Goodeniaceae: 9 specimens, representing 1 genus and 4 species
Grammitidaceae: 9 specimens, representing 3 genera and 5 species
Grossulariaceae: 20 specimens, representing 2 genera and 10 species (1 from cultivation)
Haloragaceae: 56 specimens, representing 2 genera and 8 species
Hamamelidaceae: 55 specimens, representing 2 genera and 4 species (6 from cultivation)
Heliconiaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Hippocastanaceae: 60 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Hippuridaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Hydrangeaceae: 13 specimens, representing 5 genera and 9 species (3 from cultivation)
Hydrocharitaceae: 23 specimens, representing 6 genera and 8 species
Hydrophyllaceae: 217 specimens, representing 6 genera and 27 species (2 from cultivation)
Hymenophyllaceae: 6 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species
Illiciaceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Iridaceae: 220 specimens, representing 8 genera and 35 species (8 from cultivation)
Isoetaceae: 21 specimens, representing 1 genus and 5 species
Juglandaceae: 165 specimens, representing 3 genera and 17 species (7 from cultivation)
Juncaceae: 238 specimens, representing 2 genera and 46 species (2 from cultivation)
Juncaginaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Krameriaceae: 37 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Lamiaceae: 953 specimens, representing 41 genera and 119 species (22 from cultivation)
Lauraceae: 54 specimens, representing 5 genera and 5 species (5 from cultivation)
Leitneriaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Lemnaceae: 27 specimens, representing 3 genera and 10 species (1 from cultivation)
Lentibulariaceae: 43 specimens, representing 2 genera and 6 species
Liliaceae: 589 specimens, representing 54 genera and 122 species (62 from cultivation)
Limnanthaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Linaceae: 109 specimens, representing 1 genus and 14 species (6 from cultivation)
Loasaceae: 22 specimens, representing 3 genera and 11 species
Loganiaceae: 51 specimens, representing 5 genera and 9 species
Lomariopsidaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Lophosoriaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Lycopodiaceae: 48 specimens, representing 5 genera and 21 species
Lygodiaceae: 18 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (3 from cultivation)
Lythraceae: 127 specimens, representing 7 genera and 18 species (13 from cultivation)
Magnoliaceae: 37 specimens, representing 2 genera and 6 species (8 from cultivation)
Malpighiaceae: 13 specimens, representing 5 genera and 7 species (7 from cultivation)
Malvaceae: 620 specimens, representing 30 genera and 124 species (107 from cultivation)
Marantaceae: 12 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (2 from cultivation)
Marattiaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Marsileaceae: 21 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species (1 from cultivation)
Mayacaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Melastomataceae: 42 specimens, representing 2 genera and 6 species
Meliaceae: 43 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (6 from cultivation)
Menispermaceae: 32 specimens, representing 2 genera and 4 species
Menyanthaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (1 from cultivation)
Molluginaceae: 32 specimens, representing 2 genera and 3 species
Monotropaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Moraceae: 114 specimens, representing 5 genera and 15 species (22 from cultivation)
Myoporaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Myricaceae: 53 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species
Myrsinaceae: 11 specimens, representing 4 genera and 9 species
Myrtaceae: 35 specimens, representing 10 genera and 14 species (25 from cultivation)
Najadaceae: 15 specimens, representing 1 genus and 4 species (1 from cultivation)
Nelumbonaceae: 8 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (1 from cultivation)
Nepenthaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (2 from cultivation)
Nyctaginaceae: 142 specimens, representing 12 genera and 32 species (9 from cultivation)
Nymphaeaceae: 38 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species (2 from cultivation)
Nyssaceae: 34 specimens, representing 1 genus and 5 species
Oleaceae: 248 specimens, representing 11 genera and 39 species (55 from cultivation)
Onagraceae: 557 specimens, representing 7 genera and 71 species (1 from cultivation)
Ophioglossaceae: 34 specimens, representing 2 genera and 11 species (1 from cultivation)
Orchidaceae: 170 specimens, representing 19 genera and 35 species (1 from cultivation)
Orobanchaceae: 20 specimens, representing 3 genera and 5 species
Osmundaceae: 37 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Oxalidaceae: 167 specimens, representing 1 genus and 12 species (6 from cultivation)
Paeoniaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Pandanaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Papaveraceae: 78 specimens, representing 4 genera and 11 species (4 from cultivation)
Parkeriaceae: 4 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Passifloraceae: 55 specimens, representing 1 genus and 7 species (3 from cultivation)
Pedaliaceae: 11 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (3 from cultivation)
Phytolaccaceae: 73 specimens, representing 4 genera and 4 species (2 from cultivation)
Pinaceae: 82 specimens, representing 6 genera and 29 species (10 from cultivation)
Piperaceae: 11 specimens, representing 1 genus and 8 species (3 from cultivation)
Pittosporaceae: 12 specimens, representing 1 genus and 5 species (5 from cultivation)
Plantaginaceae: 164 specimens, representing 1 genus and 16 species (2 from cultivation)
Platanaceae: 35 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (3 from cultivation)
Plumbaginaceae: 21 specimens, representing 2 genera and 5 species (4 from cultivation)
Poaceae: 3272 specimens, representing 148 genera and 480 species (72 from cultivation)
Podocarpaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (2 from cultivation)
Podophyllaceae: 5 specimens, representing 0 genus and 1 species (5 from cultivation)
Podostemaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Polemoniaceae: 200 specimens, representing 7 genera and 32 species (3 from cultivation)
Polygalaceae: 108 specimens, representing 1 genus and 22 species (1 from cultivation)
Polygonaceae: 412 specimens, representing 13 genera and 66 species (7 from cultivation)
Polypodiaceae: 37 specimens, representing 7 genera and 10 species (3 from cultivation)
Pontederiaceae: 58 specimens, representing 3 genera and 5 species (1 from cultivation)
Portulacaceae: 107 specimens, representing 4 genera and 12 species (2 from cultivation)
Potamogetonaceae: 73 specimens, representing 1 genus and 20 species
Primulaceae: 158 specimens, representing 12 genera and 37 species (2 from cultivation)
Proteaceae: 4 specimens, representing 2 genera and 3 species (3 from cultivation)
Psilotaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Pteridaceae: 121 specimens, representing 13 genera and 45 species (9 from cultivation)
Punicaceae: 8 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (7 from cultivation)
Pyrolaceae: 15 specimens, representing 4 genera and 8 species (1 from cultivation)
Rafflesiaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Ranunculaceae: 514 specimens, representing 18 genera and 93 species (6 from cultivation)
Resedaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Rhamnaceae: 134 specimens, representing 10 genera and 23 species (6 from cultivation)
Rhizophoraceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Rosaceae: 632 specimens, representing 42 genera and 163 species (84 from cultivation)
Rubiaceae: 467 specimens, representing 26 genera and 74 species (6 from cultivation)
Ruppiaceae: 9 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species
Rutaceae: 138 specimens, representing 10 genera and 23 species (6 from cultivation)
Salicaceae: 134 specimens, representing 2 genera and 30 species (1 from cultivation)
Salviniaceae: 5 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Santalaceae: 10 specimens, representing 3 genera and 6 species
Sapindaceae: 97 specimens, representing 8 genera and 9 species (14 from cultivation)
Sapotaceae: 35 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species (1 from cultivation)
Sarraceniaceae: 30 specimens, representing 1 genus and 5 species (2 from cultivation)
Saururaceae: 25 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (3 from cultivation)
Saxifragaceae: 52 specimens, representing 8 genera and 21 species (1 from cultivation)
Schisandraceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Schizaeaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Scrophulariaceae: 748 specimens, representing 40 genera and 136 species (16 from cultivation)
Selaginellaceae: 33 specimens, representing 1 genus and 11 species (3 from cultivation)
Simaroubaceae: 8 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (3 from cultivation)
Smilacaceae: 113 specimens, representing 1 genus and 9 species (1 from cultivation)
Solanaceae: 496 specimens, representing 18 genera and 68 species (31 from cultivation)
Sparganiaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Sphenocleaceae: 7 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Stangeriaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Staphyleaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Sterculiaceae: 25 specimens, representing 5 genera and 5 species (1 from cultivation)
Styracaceae: 22 specimens, representing 2 genera and 7 species
Symplocaceae: 9 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Tamaricaceae: 31 specimens, representing 1 genus and 7 species (4 from cultivation)
Taxaceae: 3 specimens, representing 1 genus and 2 species (1 from cultivation)
Taxodiaceae: 18 specimens, representing 2 genera and 2 species (1 from cultivation)
Theaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Thelypteridaceae: 37 specimens, representing 5 genera and 11 species (2 from cultivation)
Thymelaeaceae: 7 specimens, representing 3 genera and 4 species
Tiliaceae: 23 specimens, representing 3 genera and 5 species (1 from cultivation)
Trapaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Turneraceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species (2 from cultivation)
Typhaceae: 28 specimens, representing 1 genus and 3 species
Ulmaceae: 206 specimens, representing 4 genera and 13 species (20 from cultivation)
Urticaceae: 95 specimens, representing 8 genera and 16 species (2 from cultivation)
Valerianaceae: 72 specimens, representing 2 genera and 14 species
Verbenaceae: 570 specimens, representing 17 genera and 54 species (23 from cultivation)
Violaceae: 189 specimens, representing 2 genera and 28 species (6 from cultivation)
Viscaceae: 56 specimens, representing 3 genera and 6 species
Vitaceae: 215 specimens, representing 5 genera and 20 species (4 from cultivation)
Vittariaceae: 2 specimens, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Xyridaceae: 35 specimens, representing 1 genus and 7 species
Zannichelliaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Zingiberaceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species (from cultivation)
Zosteraceae: 1 specimen, representing 1 genus and 1 species
Zygophyllaceae: 66 specimens, representing 6 genera and 11 species


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