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29: 242, 1978. — subfamily Saccifolioideae Thorne, Nord. J. Bot. 3: 108, 1983, nom. nud. TYPE: Saccifolium Maguire & Pires. Number of tribes: 6. Number of subtribes: 8 in three tribes. Number of genera: 87. Number of species: c. 1615–1688. 1. Tribe Saccifolieae (Maguire & Pires) Struwe, Thiv, V. A. Albert, & Kadereit, stat. nov. Basionym: Saccifoliaceae Maguire & Pires, Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 29: 242, 1978. TYPE: Saccifolium Maguire & Pires. Included genera: Curtia Cham. & Schltdl. (c. 6–10) Hockinia* Gardner (1) Saccifolium Maguire & Pires (1) Tapeinostemon* Benth.
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