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Suculentas \ Euphorbiaceae

Euphorbiaceae


Etymology: Euphorbia -aceae: Family of euphorbias.

A large family of plants with much variety in forms and sizes, but not all of them are suculents. The presence of latex, generally toxic, and the presence of three seeds is one of their more remarkable features.

Principales Taxones:
Euphorbia

Euphorbia

Etymology: The term is derived from Euphorbia Euphorbus, famous physician of King Juba of Mauritania (25 a.c. to d.c. 33) along which traveled around North Africa including the Canary Islands to study its flora.

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Monadenium

Monadenium

Etymology: Greek (Monkeys) which means one and (adenium), which means gland, in the flower regerencia Monadenium coccineum, the first to be discovered.
Origin: This tropical Africa Madagascar excluded.

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Otros Taxones:
Croton
Jatropha
Synadenium