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Codiaeum

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Codiaeum is a genus of plants under the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1824.[2][3] It is native to insular Southeast Asia, northern Australia [4] and Papuasia.[1][5]

They are shrubs with leathery leaves and often confused with the genus Croton. Some species, especially Codiaeum variegatum, are cultivated as houseplants.[6]

Species[1]
formerly included[1]

moved to other genera: Austrobuxus Baloghia Blachia Fontainea Sphyranthera Trigonostemon

  1. C. alternifolium - Baloghia alternifolia
  2. C. andamanicum - Blachia andamanica
  3. C. aurantiacum - Trigonostemon aurantiacus
  4. C. balansae - Baloghia balansae
  5. C. brongniartii - Baloghia brongniartii
  6. C. bureavii - Baloghia bureavii
  7. C. carunculatum - Austrobuxus carunculatus
  8. C. deplanchei - Baloghia deplanchei
  9. C. drimiflorum - Baloghia drimiflora
  10. C. inophyllum - Baloghia inophylla
  11. C. lucidum - Baloghia inophylla
  12. C. lutescens - Sphyranthera lutescens
  13. C. montanum - Baloghia montana
  14. C. pancheri - Fontainea pancheri
  15. C. pentzii - Blachia pentzii
  16. C. umbellatum - Blachia umbellata

References

  1. ^ a b c d Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Rumphius, Georg Eberhard. 1824. in Jussieu, Adrien Henri Laurent de , De Euphorbiacearum Generibus Medicisque earumdem viribus tentamen, tabulis aeneis 18 illustratum 33
  3. ^ Tropicos, Codiaeum Rumph. ex A. Juss
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-10-02. Retrieved 2015-06-15.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ Govaerts, R., Frodin, D.G. & Radcliffe-Smith, A. (2000). World Checklist and Bibliography of Euphorbiaceae (and Pandaceae) 1-4: 1-1622. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  6. ^ Floridata: Codiaeum. Floridata. Accessed June 10, 2012.
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Codiaeum: Brief Summary

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Codiaeum is a genus of plants under the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1824. It is native to insular Southeast Asia, northern Australia and Papuasia.

They are shrubs with leathery leaves and often confused with the genus Croton. Some species, especially Codiaeum variegatum, are cultivated as houseplants.

Species Codiaeum affine - Banggi Codiaeum bractiferum - Lesser Sundas, Maluku Codiaeum ciliatum - Philippines Codiaeum finisterrae - NE New Guinea Codiaeum hirsutum - Philippines Codiaeum ludovicianum - Louisiade Codiaeum luzonicum - Philippines Codiaeum macgregorii - Philippines Codiaeum megalanthum - Philippines Codiaeum membranaceum - Cape York Pen Codiaeum oligogynum - New Caledonia Codiaeum palawanense - Palawan Codiaeum peltatum - New Caledonia incl Loyalty Codiaeum stellingianum - Kai Is, New Guinea Codiaeum tenerifolium - New Guinea Codiaeum trichocalyx - Luzon Codiaeum variegatum - Indonesia, Philippines, New Guinea, Bismarck, Solomon, Fiji formerly included

moved to other genera: Austrobuxus Baloghia Blachia Fontainea Sphyranthera Trigonostemon

C. alternifolium - Baloghia alternifolia C. andamanicum - Blachia andamanica C. aurantiacum - Trigonostemon aurantiacus C. balansae - Baloghia balansae C. brongniartii - Baloghia brongniartii C. bureavii - Baloghia bureavii C. carunculatum - Austrobuxus carunculatus C. deplanchei - Baloghia deplanchei C. drimiflorum - Baloghia drimiflora C. inophyllum - Baloghia inophylla C. lucidum - Baloghia inophylla C. lutescens - Sphyranthera lutescens C. montanum - Baloghia montana C. pancheri - Fontainea pancheri C. pentzii - Blachia pentzii C. umbellatum - Blachia umbellata
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