Author: Jan Scholten
Byblidaceae: 1 genus; Byblis; carnivorous; rainbow plants; attractive mucilage-covered leaves; western Australia; zygomorphic flowers; five curved stamens off to one side of the pistil.
Linderniaceae: Amphiolanthus, Artanema, Bampsia, Craterostigma, Crepidorhopalon, Hartliella, Hemiarrhena, Ilysanthes, Legazpia, Lindernia, Picria, Pierranthus, Schizotorenia, Scolophyllum, Torenia.
Stilbaceae: Anastrabe, Bowkeria, Campylostachys, Charadrophila, Euthystachys, Halleria, Kogelbergia, Nuxia, Retzia, Stilbe, Thesmophora.
Retziaceae is included in Stilbaceae.
Byblidaceae, Linderniaceae, Stilbaceae are included in Subphase 4.
In the Apg3 classification Stilbaceae is a Family in Lamiales. Linderniaceae is closely related to Stilbaceae. Byblidaceae may be related to Martyniaceae, Lentibulariaceae or Gesneriaceae. Retzia, formerly also in its own family Retziaceae, is included in Stilbaceae.
In the Plant theory Stilbaceae is placed tentatively in Subphase 3 in Lamiales. Byblidaceae and Linderniaceae is included in Stilbaceae, in Subphase 3.
They will have a quality of adapting in their search for fame and autonomy.
Vertigo: < riding in a car, < on sea, < in roundabouts and roller coasters.
Vertigo: headache, temples.
Throat: voice hoarse.
Lungs: bronchitis; cough; asthma.