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Rubiaceae

Madder

Rubiaceae is also sometimes called the coffee family.


Psychotria nervosa
Wild coffee
plant with berries

Members of the Rubiaceae family at Wild Florida Photo:
Catesbaea - lilythorn

1 species of Catesbaea at Wild Florida Photo

Catesbaea parviflora
Smallflower lilythorn
plant in dune habitat

Cephalanthus - buttonbush

1 species of Cephalanthus at Wild Florida Photo

Cephalanthus occidentalis
Common buttonbush
branches of flowers and leaves

Chiococca - milkberry

1 species of Chiococca at Wild Florida Photo

Chiococca alba
Snowberry
showing berries

Diodia - buttonweed

1 species of Diodia at Wild Florida Photo

Diodia teres
Poor joe
entire

Genipa - genipa

1 species of Genipa at Wild Florida Photo

Genipa clusiifolia
Sevenyear apple
female flower and several stages of immature fruit

Hamelia - hamelia

2 species of Hamelia at Wild Florida Photo

Hamelia patens
Firebush
entire

Houstonia - bluet

1 species of Houstonia at Wild Florida Photo

Houstonia procumbens
Innocence
flower from above, angled view

Mitchella - mitchella

1 species of Mitchella at Wild Florida Photo

Mitchella repens
Partridgeberry
flowers

Morinda - morinda

1 species of Morinda at Wild Florida Photo

Morinda royoc
Redgal
leaves, flowers and immature fruit

Paederia - sewer vine

1 species of Paederia at Wild Florida Photo

Paederia foetida
Skunkvine
close-up of flowers & leaves

Psychotria - wild coffee

2 species of Psychotria at Wild Florida Photo

Psychotria nervosa
Wild coffee
flowers with a honeybee

Randia - indigoberry

1 species of Randia at Wild Florida Photo

Randia aculeata
White indigoberry
entire

Richardia - Mexican clover

2 species of Richardia at Wild Florida Photo

Richardia grandiflora
Largeflower mexican clover
side view of flower, stem and leaves

Spermacoce - false buttonweed

1 species of Spermacoce at Wild Florida Photo

Spermacoce keyensis
Florida false buttonweed
branch with flower clusters

Stenaria - starviolets and diamondflowers

1 species of Stenaria at Wild Florida Photo

Stenaria nigricans
Diamondflowers
entire

Click on the genus name to see the species of that genus at Wild Florida Photo

Rubiaceae is a member of the Order Rubiales 

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