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There are several www-sites devoted to Gesneriaceae (see Links to other Gesneriaceae websites). However, their focus is usually on plants used as ornamentals or at least on species that are in cultivation. In contrast, many genera of Gesneriaceae received little attention and are largely unknown to a broader public. The present webpage attempts to fill the gap by providing a survey of all genera of the family. The number of genera is between 140 and 150 depending on the generic concepts used by taxonomists. We also present an overview of the family, and we include classifications of various authors so that readers will see the generic relationships. ... [Information of the supplier]
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