Abutilon hannii being pollinated by Austrothurgus rubricatus, copyright Arthur Chapman.
Belongs within: Eumalvoideae.

The Malveae are a group of malvaceous plants in which the staminal column bears anthers at the top, and the carpels are closely united in a ring around a central axis from which they fall away when ripe (Cheeseman 2006).

<==Malveae BS04
|–+–Malope BS04
|  `–Lavatera BS04
|       |–L. arborea H90
|       |–L. assurgentiflora [incl. L. assurgentiflora ssp. glabra] H93
|       |–L. cretica H59
|       |–L. plebeia H90
|       `–L. trimestris H90
`–Abutilon BS04
|–A. asiaticum C55b
|–A. auritum LK14
|–A. avicennae [=Sida abutilon] C55b
|–A. californicum BTA75
|–A. cryptopetalum H90
|–A. cunninghamii KM08
|–A. exonemum EF04
|–A. fraseri H90
|–A. fruticosum PP07
|–A. geranioides KM08
|–A. grandifolium H90
|–A. graveolens C55b
|–A. halophilum H90
|–A. hannii LK14
|–A. incanum BT87
|–A. indicum LK14
|    |–A. i. var. indicum LK14
|    `–A. i. var. australiense LK14
|–A. leucopetalum [incl. A. calliphyllum] H90
|–A. macrum H90
|–A. malvifolium H90
|–A. otocarpum M99
|–A. oxycarpum [incl. A. oxycarpum var. subsagittatum] H90
|–A. palmeri H93
|–A. parvulum H93
|–A. sandwicense GML13
|–A. theophrasti Y98
`–A. tubulosum H90

Malveae incertae sedis:
Malva CD07
|–M. aegyptia PT98
|–M. caroliniana C55b
|–M. cretica PT98
|–M. crispa C06
|–M. dendromorpha H06
|–M. moschata C55a
|–M. neglecta AGF98
|–M. nicaeensis H93
|–M. parviflora M99
|–M. rotundifolia C55b
|–M. sylvestris Linnaeus 1753 CD07 [incl. M. sylvestris var. mauritiana H93]
`–M. verticillata C55b
Plagianthus Forster & Forster 1776 C06, A61
|–P. betulinus Cunningham 1840 [incl. Pl. urticinus Cunnigham 1840] A61
|    |–P. b. var. betulinus A61
|    `–P. b. chathamicus Cockayne 1912 [=P. chathamicus Cockayne 1902] A61
|–P. × cymosus Kirk 1899 [P. betulinus × P. divaricatus] A61
|–P. divaricatus Forster & Forster 1776 A61
`–P. regius WH02 [=Philippodendron regium Poit. 1837 A61]
Hoheria Cunn. 1839 C06, A61 (see below for synonymy)
|–‘Gaya’ × allanii Cockayne 1926 [Hoheria angustifolia × H. lyallii] A61
|–H. angustifolia Raoul 1844 (see below for synonymy) A61
|–H. glabrata Sprague & Summerhayes 1926 A61
|–H. lyallii Hooker 1852 A61 (see below for synonymy)
|–H. populnea Cunn. 1839 (see below for synonymy) A61
|    |–H. p. var. populnea C06
|    `–H. p. var. vulgaris C06
`–H. sexstylosa Colenso 1885 (see below for synonymy) A61
|–H. s. var. sexstylosa A61
`–H. s. var. ovata (Simpson & Thomson) Allan 1961 [=H. ovata Simpson & Thomson 1942] A61

Hoheria Cunn. 1839 C06, A61 [incl. H. subg. Apterocarpa Hooker 1852 A61, H. subg. Euhoheria Hooker 1852 A61]

Hoheria angustifolia Raoul 1844 [=H. populnea var. angustifolia (Raoul) Hooker 1852; incl. H. angustifolia var. acutifolia Kirk 1899] A61

Hoheria lyallii Hooker 1852 A61 [=Gaya lyallii Baker 1892 A61, Plagianthus lyallii Gray ex Hooker 1855 A61, Sida lyallii C06; incl. G. lyallii var. ribifolia Kirk 1899 A61, G. ribifolia Cockayne 1901 A61]

Hoheria populnea Cunn. 1839 [incl. H. sinclairii Hooker 1864, H. populnea ssp. vulgaris var. sinclairii (Hooker) Kirk 1899] A61

Hoheria sexstylosa Colenso 1885 [incl. H. populnea var. crataegifolia Hooker 1852, H. populnea var. dentata Kirk 1899, H. populnea var. lanceolata Hooker 1852, H. populnea ssp. lanceolata Kirk 1899, H. populnea ssp. obtusifolia Kirk 1899] A61

*Type species of generic name indicated


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