Author: Jan Scholten
Genera: Apophyllum, Atamisquea, Bachmannia, Belencita, Borthwickia, Boscia, Buchholzia, Cadaba, Capparaceae, Capparis, Cladostemon, Crataeva, Cristatella, Dactylaena, Dhofaria, Dipterygium, Euadenia, Forchhammeria, Isomeris, Maerua, Morisonia, Neothorelia, Podandrogynous, Poilanedora, Puccionia, Ritchiea, Steriphoma, Stixis, Thilachium, Tirania.
Botany: flowers 4 merous; curved embryo; endosperm ± lacking; vestured pits in vessels; gynophore long; stamens long; 2 carpels; vacuolar and utricular cysternae of endoplasmatic reticulum.
In the Apg3 classification Capparidaceae is a Family in the Order Brassicales.
In the Plant theory Capparidaceae is treated in the same way and placed in Subphase 4.
They have the feeling that they are seen as an outcast but they feel they are superior, from a higher class. They deserve to be treated like that.
They have a tendency to preserve things that are on the verge of decaying, that have had their best time and should dissolve. They pretend that everything is in the best shape when it is half falling apart. That can be a business, a marriage or an artistic career. They want to present the image of success, of having done very well in society, of having a high social position and much money.
Desire to achieve, radiate, be successful in art, science, upper society.
Desire to attract attention.
Haughty, superior and independent.
Whimsical, provocative, mood swings, arbitrary decisions, fads to attract attention, to show his superiority.
Sour, bitter, sad, < being neglected, being used or abused.
Fear: being neglected, treated as an outcast; being attacked, taken advantage of.
Always looking for options and solutions, aversion being caught or blocked.
Nervous: senses acute, sharp.
Skin: < stings of insects, mosquitos.