Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 12 genera, 120 species; tropical, Africa and America; anthers transversely septate; leaves compound; pollen flat, triangular.
In Apg3 classification Bombacaceae is treated a subfamily of Malvaceae, Bombacoideae. In older taxonomies Bombacaceae was polyphyletic and included many genera now included in Malvoideae.
In the Plant theory Bombacaceae is treated as a family and placed in Subphase 4.
They feel connected, central in the family and society. They feel a belonging but that also brings responsibilities, that are sometimes too hard for them. They like to be creative, do something with painting or music. The ordinary household can be too limiting and boring for them, limiting their expansion in creativity. They feel that sometimes they have to adapt too much to society and the culture which makes them feel not themselves.