Author: Jan Scholten
This is a small order with 5 families and 3 genera. It is a new Order in the Apg3 classifcation.
In the Apg2 classification Bruniaceae and Columelliaceae were placed in the Order Lamiales.
Eremosynaceae, Eremosyna, was formerly placed in Saxifragaceae.
Tribelaceae, Tribeles, was formerly placed in Hydrangeales.
Polyosmaceae, Polyosma, was formerly placed in Grossulariaceae.
At the moment it is not possible to attach Subphases to this Order due to lack of information.
Bruniaceae: Audouinia, Berzelia, Brunia, Linconia, Lonchostoma, Mniothamnea, Nebelia, Pseudobaeckea, Raspalia, Staavia.
Columelliaceae: Columellia, Desfontainia.
Escalloniaceae, including Eremosynaceae, Tribelaceae: Anopterus, Eremosyne, Escallonia, Forgesia, Polyosma, Tribeles, Valdivia.
They will have problems with the duality of having to adapt and of wanting to go their own way. They want to belong to a group and feel they have to adapt but at the same time that goes against all their desire to be their own boss.
An extreme form is in slavery, where they are locked up, cannot escape and they feel helpless, paralysed with fear and subjected to this situation. They can be in situations of social obligations, structural violence with a passive attitude. They tend to accept the situation because of fear of the consequences
Everything is still possible, hopefulness with a lot of possibilities.
Robust, but in the same time fine.
One does not know where and how to manage, but is with confidence, one gives it a try, one searches for technics.