Bignonia

Bignonia
Bignonia grandifolia
Scientific classification
Kingdom:Plantae
Clade:Angiosperms
Clade:Eudicots
Clade:Asterids
Order:Lamiales
Family:Bignoniaceae
Tribe:Bignonieae
Genus:Bignonia
L. nom. cons.[1]
Species

See text

Synonyms[2]
  • Anisostichus Bureau
  • Clytostoma Miers ex Bureau
  • Clytostomanthus Pichon
  • Cydista Miers
  • Levya Bureau ex Baill.
  • Macranthisiphon Bureau ex K.Schum.
  • Micropaegma Pichon
  • Mussatia Bureau ex Baill.
  • Osmhydrophora Barb.Rodr.
  • Phryganocydia Mart. ex Bureau
  • Phrygiobureaua Kuntze
  • Pongelia Raf.
  • Potamoganos Sandwith
  • Roentgenia Urb.
  • Saritaea Dugand
  • Temnocydia Mart. ex DC.

Bignonia is a genus of flowering plants in the catalpa family, Bignoniaceae. Its genus and family were named after Jean-Paul Bignon by his protégé Joseph Pitton de Tournefort in 1694, and the genus was established as part of modern botanical nomenclature in 1753 by Carl Linnaeus.

Species

Species include:[3]

  • Bignonia binata Thunb.
  • Bignonia bracteomana (K.Schum. ex Sprague) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia callistegioides Cham.
  • Bignonia campanulata Cham.
  • Bignonia capreolata L.
  • Bignonia convolvuloides (Bureau & K.Schum.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia corymbosa (Vent.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia costata (Bureau & K.Schum.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia cuneata (Dugand) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia decora (S.Moore) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia diversifolia Kunth
  • Bignonia hyacinthina (Standl.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia lilacina (A.H.Gentry) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia longiflora Cav.
  • Bignonia magnifica W.Bull
  • Bignonia microcalyx G.Mey.
  • Bignonia neouliginosa L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia nocturna (Barb.Rodr.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia phellosperma (Hemsl.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia potosina (K.Schum. & Loes.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia prieurei DC.
  • Bignonia pterocalyx (Sprague ex Urb.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia ramantacea (Mart. ex DC.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia sciuripabula (K.Schum.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia sordida (Bureau & K.Schum.) L.G.Lohmann
  • Bignonia uleana (Kraenzl.) L.G.Lohmann

References

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