Flora of New York/Clade Magnoliidae

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Subclass Magnoliidae Novák ex Takht. (1967) contains the extant flowering plants (the angiosperms). An attempt was made in this document to employ James Reveal's (2012) use of superorders[1] to outlne the flowering plants consistently with more recent phylogenetic research, including APG IV[2] and beyond. The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group has avoided the use of ranked names for groups larger than orders, so it may become difficult and somewhat artificial to try to maintain the use of superorders here.
angiosperms

A. Amborellanae 0/1 (Amborellales)

B. Nymphaeanae 1/1 (Nymphaeales)

C. Austrobaileyanae 0/1 (Austrobaileyales)

magnoliids

D. Magnolianae 3/4 (Piperales, Laurales, Magnoliales)

monocots

E. Lilianae 9/11

F. Ceratophyllanae 1/1 (Ceratophyllales)

eudicots

G. Ranunculanae 1/1 (Ranunculales)

basal

H. Proteanae 1/1 (Proteales)

eudicots

I. Buxanae 1/1 (Buxales)

core eudicots

J. Myrothamnanae 0/1 (Gunnerales)

K. Dillenianae 0/1 (Dilleniales)

superrosids

L. Saxifraganae 1/1 {Saxifragales)

rosids

Vitales 1/1

eurosids
fabids

M. Rosanae (8/8)

malvids

N. Myrtanae (6/8)

superasterids

O. Berberidopsidanae 0/1

P. Santalanae 1/1 (Santalales)

Q. Caryophyllanae 1/1 (Caryophyllales)

asterids

R. Cornanae 1/1 (Cornales)

S. Ericanae 1/1 (Ericales)

euastrids
lamiids

T. Lamianae 5/8

campanulids

U. Asteranae 4/7


  1. James L. Reveal (2012). "An outline of a classification scheme for extant flowering plants (Magnoliidae)." Phytoneuron 2012-37: 1–221. Published 23 April 2012. ISSN 2153 7
  2. Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2016), "An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG IV", Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 181 (1): 1–20, doi:10.1111/boj.12385