[Taxacom] Nolanaceae

Richard Jensen rjensen at saintmarys.edu
Fri Nov 2 10:51:09 CDT 2007


Nolanaceae is the Nolana family. Depending on one's point-of-view, it 
may be a family, or perhaps two genera in Solanaceae (apparently, in 
recent phylogenetic studies, Nolanaceae is found as one or more clades 
within Solanaceae).

Cheers,

Dick J

Richard Jensen, Professor
Department of Biology
Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Tel: 574-284-4674



John Grehan wrote:
> Anyone out there happen to know the common English name for the family
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