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Add information about a Plant Order.

An "Order" is a group of Families. An Order name ends in "LES". Example: Asterales.
Clads are not required.


Order
Clad 1
Clad 2
Clad 3

Number of Families
in this Order
Total Number of Species
in this Order
Families
List all families that belong to this Order,
one family per line, no commas, or other symbols.
Do not include any other words like "Family".
Correct family names will end in "ACEAE"

Example:

Clad 1: Angiosperms
Clad 2: Eudicots
Clad 3: Rosids
Order: Brassicales

Families:

Akaniaceae
Bataceae
Brassicaceae
Cleomaceae
Capparaceae
Caricaceae
Gyrostemonaceae
Koeberliniaceae
Limnanthaceae
Moringaceae
Pentadiplandraceae
Resedaceae
Salvadoraceae
Setchellanthaceae
Tovariaceae
Tropaeolaceae

Common Characteristics of this Order



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What is a Clad?
Right now, the international biological naming system is undergoing change.
Before the system was simply; kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.
Now the Phylum and Class have been subdivided.

The 3 clads, won't be used much on the site for now, but you can include them if you'd like.
It won't hurt anything if they are wrong.

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