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Amaryllidaceae

Amaryllidaceae is the Amaryllis family of plants. It is from the order of Asparagales. Most members are herbaceous perennials, bulbous sometimes rhizomatous plants.

Amaryllidaceae members usually have linear leaves. The flowers are bisexcual and symmetrical. Usually they appear as umbels on top of a stem. They have undifferentiated petals and sepals.

Amaryllidaceae subfamilies include:
Agapanthoideae
Allioideae
Amaryllidoideae

Genera in the Amaryllidaceae family includes:

Acis
Agapanthus
Aglitheis
Aidema
Allium
Amarcrinum
Amarine
Amarygia
Amaryllis
Ammocharis
Apodolirion
Bathya
Boophone
Brodiaea
Brunserine
Brunsvigia
Calicharis
Caliphruria
Calostemma
Carlotea
Castellanoa
Cearanthes
Chlidanthus
Clinanthus
Cliveucharis
Clivia
Coburgia
Cooperanthes
Crimocharis
Crindonna
Crinum
Crossyne
Cryptostephanus
Cyrtanthus
Diphalangium
Eithea
Erinosma
Eucharis
Eucrosia
Eustephia
Famatina
Funium
Galanthus
Geboscon
Gethyllis
Gilliesia
Griffinia
Habranthus
Haemanthus
Hannonia
Hermione
Hessea
Hieronymiella
Himantophyllum
Hippeastrum
Hyline
Hymenocallis
Ipheion
Ismene
Leptochiton
Leucocoryne
Leucojum
Leucothauma
Loxanthes
Lycoris
Mathieua
Mauhlia
Miersia
Myostemma
Namaquanula
Narcissus
Nerine
Nothoscordum
Pabellonia
Pamianthe
Pancratium
Paramongaia
Phaedranassa
Phycella
Placea
Plagiolirion
Proiphys
Prototulbaghia
Pyrolirion
Queltia
Rauhia
Rhodobranthus
Rhodolirium
Rhodophiala
Scadoxus
Solaria
Speea
Sprekanthus
Sprekelia
Stenomesson
Sternbergia
Strumaria
Sydneya
Taenais
Tocantinia
Traubia
Trichlora
Tristagma
Tulbaghia
Ungernia
Urceocharis
Urceolina
Vagaria
Vallota
Worsleya
Zephybranthus
Zephyranthes

Allium Giganteum Ornamental Onion
Allium Giganteum or Ornamental Onion
Nerine bowdenii
Nerine bowdenii
Scadoxus cinnabarinus
Scadoxus cinnabarinus
Galanthus Nivalis Common Snowdrop
Galanthus Nivalis, Common Snowdrop

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