Author: Jan Scholten
Genera: Acanthosyris, Amphorogyne, Antholobus, Arjona, Austroamericium, Buckleya, Cervantesia, Choretrum, Cladomyza, Colpoon, Comandra, Daenikera, Dendromyza, Dendrotrophe, Dufrenoya, Elaphanthera, Exocarpos, Geocaulon, Jodina, Kunkeliella, Leptomeria, Mida, Myoschilos, Nanodea, Nestronia, Omphacomeria, Osyridocarpos, Osyris, Phacellaria, Pyrularia, Quinchamalium, Rhoiacarpos, Santalum, Scleropyrum, Spirogardnera, Thesidium, Thesium.
Botany: often shrubs and trees; partially parasitic for water and inorganic nutrients.
Santalaceae are in Santalales in the Apg3 classification. Eremolepidaceae are closely related to and included in Santalaceae.
In the Plant theory Santalaceae are placed in Subphase 4 of the Santalales.
Santalaceae are often trees, which indicates Phase 4. They are only partially parasitic. They behave as if they belong, even when abusing others.
Feel as if they belong, even when abusing others.
Unsure, avarice, jealous.
Repairing faults ofothers in order to become better himself.