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Caryophyllales (cacti, carnations, amaranths, beets/chard/buckwheat/rhubarb, ice plants, tamarisks and most carnivorous plants)

Wikipedia Abstract

Caryophyllales is an order of flowering plants that includes the cacti, carnations, amaranths, ice plants, beets, and many carnivorous plants. Many members are succulent, having fleshy stems or leaves.
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Family

Achatocarpaceae (10)
Aizoaceae (fig-marigold) (1,912)   (4)   (1)
Amaranthaceae (Amaranth) (2,002)   (9)   (2)
Anacampserotaceae (44)
Ancistrocladaceae (19)   (1)
Asteropeiaceae (8)   (5)
Barbeuiaceae (1)
Basellaceae (19)   (1)
Cactaceae (cactus) (1,517)   (262)   (5)
Caryophyllaceae (carnation) (3,218)   (46)   (4)
Didiereaceae (22)
Dioncophyllaceae (3)
Droseraceae (sundews) (179)   (3)
Drosophyllaceae (1)
Frankeniaceae (76)   (1)
Gisekiaceae (8)
Halophytaceae (1)
Kewaceae (7)   (1)
Limeaceae (26)
Lophiocarpaceae (4)
Macarthuriaceae (9)
Microteaceae (11)
Molluginaceae (95)   (1)
Montiaceae (224)   (1)
Nepenthaceae (144)   (25)
Nyctaginaceae (Four O'Clock) (433)   (8)
Physenaceae (2)
Phytolaccaceae (51)
Plumbaginaceae (1,085)   (15)
Polygonaceae (1,527)   (15)   (4)
Portulacaceae (145)   (3)
Rhabdodendraceae (3)
Sarcobataceae (3)
Simmondsiaceae (Jojobas) (1)
Stegnospermataceae (4)
Talinaceae (27)
Tamaricaceae (108)

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