Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:

Fls 4–5-merous, perfect, regular, in few-fld corymbs or heads. Stamens epipetalous; anthers 2-celled, dehiscing lengthwise. Ovary superior, us. 2-loculed; placentae us. axile. Fr. us. a septicidal capsule; seeds ∞, sts winged. Herbs, shrubs, trees or lianes with us. opp., simple, stipulate or exstipulate lvs. Widespread in tropical to warm temperate regions, with some 35 genera and 800 spp.

[From: Allan (1961) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 1.]

Number of species in New Zealand within Loganiaceae
Indigenous (Endemic): Extinct1
Indigenous (Endemic)4
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