Author: Jan Scholten
English: Coco plum family
Botany: 17 genera: ± 460 species; trees, shrubs; leptocaul; tropical, subtropical; Americas; silica bodies.
Balanopaceae: 1 genus, Balanops.
Dichapetalaceae: 3 genera: Dichapetalum, Stephanopodium, Tapura; ± 165 species; trees, shrubs or lianas; tropical, subtropical.
Euphroniaceae: 1 genus, Euphronia.
Trigoniaceae: 4 genera: Humbertiodendron, Trigonia, Trigoniastrum, Trigoniodendron; 28 species; tropical; Madagascar, Southeast Asia, Central and South America.
Dichapetalaceae, Euphroniaceae, Trigoniaceae are included in a more extended Chrysobalanaceae family in the Apg3 classification.
In the Plant theory Chrysobalanaceae is treated in the same way. Balanopaceae is also included in Chrysobalanaceae. Chrysobalanaceae is placed in Subphase 7.
There is a definite duality between adapting and being rejected. They feel they have much to offer for the others in the family and the community but they are still treated as criminals. They have given a lot to people who still try to take advantage of them, try to steal from them, abuse them, sue them, annoying them as much as they can. They feel provoked and maltreated. They can develop hatred towards those people and do not want to have any contact anymore with them.
It can be the situation of an adopted child stealing from her adoptive parents. It can be a child feeling treated as criminal by her stepmother, or a stepmother being abused and stolen from by her stepchild.
Destruction, all his facilities are taken away.
An adopted child stealing from you.
Energy: tired, weak.
Lungs: pain, lower lungs, < breathing; constriction, < inhalation; breathing frequent.
Throat: sub maxillary glands sore.
Skin: itching, cracking; wounds; boils; blisters, pain, sore, foot, < walking, discharging watery, acrid; ulcer, sore, hardened, swollen, lower leg, < bruising and scraping; small boils, neck suppurating; chilblains; ulcer syphilitic.