Liliaceae

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Liliaceae
Aetas fossilium: 58–0 Ma
Palaeogeno ineunte—Recens
Lilium martagon
Taxinomia
Regnum: Plantae
(inordinata): Angiospermae
(inordinata): Monocotledones
Ordo: Liliales
Familia: Liliaceae
Genera

Liliaceae sunt familia plantarum florentium Monocotyledonum ordinis Lilialium. Plantis huius familiae sunt folia linearia, plerumque venis parallelis, sed nonnullis venatione reticulata praeditis (e.g., Cardiocrinum, Clintonia, Medeola, Prosartes, Scoliopus, Tricyrtis), et flores triplices. Aliquibus sunt bulbi, aliquibus rhizomata. Generibus habitationes umbrosos petentibus sunt folia lata et dictyophlebia, fructus textiles? seminibus ab animalibus dispersis, rhizomata, et parvi flores inconspicui; generibus habitationes apricas petentibus usitate sunt folia angusta et parallelivenia, fructus capsulares seminibus a vento dispersis, bulbi, et flores magni et conspicui.

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