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Ericales

Wikipedia Abstract

The Ericales are a large and diverse order of dicotyledons, including, for example, tea, persimmon, blueberry, Brazil nut, and azalea. The order includes trees, bushes, lianas, and herbaceous plants. Together with ordinary autophytic plants, the Ericales include chlorophyll-deficient mycoheterotrophic plants (e.g., Sarcodes sanguinea) and carnivorous plants (e.g., genus Sarracenia).Many species have five petals, often grown together.
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Family

Actinidiaceae (Chinese Gooseberries) (401)   (9)
Balsaminaceae (balsam) (1,042)   (14)   (2)
Clethraceae (clethra) (77)   (1)
Cyrillaceae (10)
Diapensiaceae (15)
Ebenaceae (756)   (31)
Ericaceae (heath, rhododendron, and blueberry) (4,505)   (5)   (1)
Fouquieriaceae (11)
Lecythidaceae (300)   (24)
Marcgraviaceae (138)   (2)
Mitrastemonaceae (2)
Napoleonaceae (10)   (2)
Pentaphylacaceae (481)   (20)
Polemoniaceae (411)   (2)
Primulaceae (3,146)   (46)   (2)
Roridulaceae (2)
Sapotaceae (1,273)   (88)
Sarraceniaceae (50)   (1)
Scytopetalaceae (1)
Sladeniaceae (3)
Styracaceae (160)   (1)
Symplocaceae (390)   (14)
Tetrameristaceae (3)
Theaceae (296)   (26)

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