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Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Gentianales
Familia: Rubiaceae
Subfamilia: Ixoroideae
Tribus: Vanguerieae
Genus: Fadogia
Species: F. ancylantha - F. andersonii - F. arenicola - F. audruana - F. butayei - F. caespitosa - F. chlorantha - F. chrysantha - F. cienkowskii - F. cinerascens - F. elskensii - F. erythrophloea - F. fragrans - F. fuchsioides - F. glaberrima - F. gossweileri - F. graminea - F. homblei - F. lactiflora - F. latifolia - F. leucophloea - F. luangwae - F. oblongolanceolata - F. obscura - F. olivacea - F. parvifolia - F. pobeguinii - F. punctulata - F. rostrata - F. salictaria - F. schmitzii - F. spectabilis - F. stenophylla - F. tetraquetra - F. tomentosa - F. triphylla - F. variifolia - F. verdcourtii - F. verdickii - F. vollesenii


Fadogia Schweinf., 1868


* Rel. Kotsch. 47. t. 32 (1868).

Fadogia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. The type species for the genus is Fadogia cienkowskii. [1] Fadogia is a member of the tribe Vanguerieae. [2]

The genera Rytigynia and Fadogia together form a strongly supported clade, but neither of these genera is monophyletic. Further studies will be needed to determine how to best divide this group into genera. [2]


Fadogia contains the following species (but this list may be incomplete or contain synonyms):

* Fadogia ancylantha Schweinf.
* Fadogia arenicola K. Schum. & K. Krause
* Fadogia cienkowskii Schweinf.
* Fadogia fuchsioides Schweinf. ex Oliv.
* Fadogia parvifolia Verdc.
* Fadogia salictaria S. Moore
* Fadogia schmitzii Verdc.
* Fadogia spectabilis Milne-Redh.
* Fadogia stenophylla Welw. Ex Hiern
* Fadogia tomentosa De Wild.
* Fadogia triphylla Baker
* Fadogia verdickii De Wild. & T. Durand


1. ^ Fadogia In: Index Nominum Genericorum. In: Regnum Vegetabile (see External links below).
2. ^ a b Henrik Lantz and Birgitta Bremer. 2005. "Phylogeny of the complex Vanguerieae (Rubiaceae) genera Fadogia, Rytigynia, and Vangueria with close relatives and a new circumscription of Vangueria"> Plant Systematics and Evolution 253(1-4):159-183. doi:10.1007/s00606-005-0313-9

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