Amygdaloideae

Amygdaloideae is a subfamily within the flowering plant family Rosaceae. It was formerly considered by some authors to be separate from Rosaceae, and the family names Prunaceae and Amygdalaceae have been used. Reanalysis from 2007 has shown that the previous definition of subfamily Spiraeoideae was paraphyletic. To solve this problem, a larger sub...
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Amygdaloideae

(from the article `Rosales`) ...fragments, and fruits of Rosa are frequently found in North America, Europe, and Asia dating from the Eocene Epoch to the end of the Tertiary ... ...is divided into four very distinct subfamilies based primarily on fruits: Spiraeoideae (spirea subfamily), with follicles; Rosoideae (rose ... [2 related ...
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