Sonneratia

Sonneratia is a genus of plants in the family Lythraceae. Formerly the Sonneratia were placed in a family called Sonneratiaceae which included both the Sonneratia and the Duabanga, but these two are now placed in their own monotypic subfamilies of the family Lythraceae. The genus was also named Blatti by James Edward Smith, but Sonneratia had bota...
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Sonneratia

(from the article `Myrtales`) ...closely related Punicaceae family, consisting of 2 species of Punica (pomegranate), and the Sonneratiaceae family, comprising 7 species of two ...
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Sonneratia

[ammonite] Sonneratia is an extinct genus of Cretaceous ammonites included in the family Hoplitidae. These fast-moving nektonic carnivores lived in the Cretaceous period, Albian age. Fossils of species within this genus have been found in the Cretaceous sediments of Canada, Denmark, France, Madagascar, United Kingdom and United States. ...
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