CYPRUS WILD FLOWERS


PLANT FAMILIES REPRESENTED IN CYPRUS

A personal collection of pictures - Alan Fincham 2013

[About 270 species are currently illustrated]

Acanthaceae
Aceraceae
Adiantaceae
Agavacea
Aizoaceae *
Alismataceae
Amaranthaceae
Amaryllidaceae *
Anacardiaceae *
Apocyanaceae *
Araceae *
Araliaceae
Aristolochiaceae
Asclepiadaceae
Aspidiaceae
Aspleniaceae
Basellaceae
Berberidaceae *
Betulaceae *
Bignoniaceae
Boraginaceae *
Cactaceae
Callitrichaceae
Campanulaceae *
Cannabaceae
Capparaceae *
Caprifoliaceae
Caryophyllaceae *
Casuarinaceae
Chenopodiaceae *
Cistaceae *
Compositae *
Convolvulaceae *
Corylaceae
Crassulaceae *
Cruciferae *
Cucurbitaceae *
Cupressaceae *
Cymodoceaceae
Cyperaceae
Datiscaceae
Dennstaedtiaceae
Dioscoreaceae
Dipsacaceae *
Ebenaceae
Elaeagnaceae
Elatinaceae
Ephedraceae
Equisetaceae
Ericaceae
Euphorbiaceae *
Fagaceae *
Frankeniaceae*
Fumariaceae *
Gentianaceae
Geraniaceae *
Gramineae*
Guttiferae *
Hamamelidaceae
Hydrophyllaceae
Hypericaceae *
Illecebraceae
Iridaceae *
Juglandaceae
Juncaceae
Juncaginaceae
Labiatae *
Lamiaceae *
Lauraceae
Leguminosae *
Lentibulariaceae
Loganiaceae
Liliaceae *
Linaceae
Lythraceae
Malvaceae *
Meliaceae
Monotropaceae
Moraceae
Musaceae
Myrtaceae *
Najadeceae
Nyctaginaceae *
Oleaceae *
Onagraceae
Ophioglossaceae
Orchidaceae *
Orobanchaceae
Oxalidaceae *
Paeoniaceae
Palmae
Papaveraceae *
Papilioniaceae *
Pedaliaceae
Phytolaccaceae
Pinaceae *
Plantaginaceae *
Plantanaceae*
Plumbaginaceae *
Polygalaceae
Polygonaceae*
Polypodiaceae
Portulacaceae*
Posidoniaceae
Potamogetonaceae
Primulaceae *
Proteaceae
Pteridaceae
Pteridophyta
Punicaceae *
Rafflesiaceae
Ranunculaceae *
Resedaceae
Rhamnaceae
Rosaceae *
Rubiaceae*
Ruppiaceae
Rutaceae
Salicaceae
Sambucaceae
Santalaceae
Sapindaceae
Saxifragaceae
Scrophulariaceae *
Selaginellaceae
Simaroubaceae
Solanaceae
Sparganiaceae
Sterculiaceae
Styracaceae*
Tamaricaceae
Theligonaceae
Thymelaeaceae
Tiliaceae
Typhaceae
Ulmacea
Umbelliferae *
Urticaceae*
Valerianaceae*
Verbenaceae *
Violaceae
Vitaceae*
Zannichelliaceae
Zosteraceae
Zygophyllaceae *
Myoporaceae *
Fungi


Bibliography
Common Names
Flower Colours
Species List
Key to Families
Map

Ferns & Horsetails are shown in Green Gymnosperms (pines etc.) in purple

* Families or genera with attached images are indicated by an asterisk following the name

Families with but a single representative - wild or cultivated - are shown in Red

**Where name derivations are given, these are taken from Viney, 1994

***The Botanical Divisions of Cyprus are shown on the map taken from Meikle (1977)

Numbers in brackets following a species name indicate the map regions from where it has been recorded.

 

This page last updated: April 14th. 2013