(from the article `angiosperm`) ...which traps water in its crowns, provides a habitat for salamanders, frogs, and many aquatic insects and larvae. The animal inhabitants of the ... ...flowers, imbricate (overlapping) sepals, separate petals, and numerous stamens united by their filaments. A single family, Lecythidaceae (Brazil ... [...
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Nepenthales is a botanical name for an order of flowering plants. The name was used by the Cronquist system for an order in subclass Dilleniidae, which in the 1981 version of this system included: The APG II system assigns this last family to the order Ericales and the first two to the order Caryophyllales. This is counter to what would be expecte
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