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Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: Core eudicots
Cladus: Asterids
Cladus: Lamiids
Ordo: Gentianales

Familia: Apocynaceae
Subfamilia: Apocynoideae
Tribus: Mesechiteae
Genus: Mandevilla
Subgenera: M. subg. Exothostemon – M. subg. Mandevilla
Species: M. abortiva – M. acutiloba – M. aequatorialis – M. albifolia – M. alboviridis – M. alexicaca – M. amazonica – M. anceps – M. andina – M. angustata – M. angustifolia – M. annulariifolia – M. antioquiana – M. apocynifolia – M. aracamunensis – M. arcuata – M. aridana – M. assimilis – M. atroviolacea – M. bahiensis – M. barretoi – M. benthamii – M. bogotensis – M. boliviensis – M. brachyloba – M. brachysiphon – M. bracteata – M. bradei – M. callacatensis – M. callista – M. caquetana – M. catimbauensis – M. caurensis – M. cercophylla – M. clandestina – M. coccinea – M. columbiana – M. convolvulacea – M. crassinoda – M. cuneifolia – M. dardanoi – M. dissimilis – M. duartei – M. duidae – M. emarginata – M. equatorialis – M. espinosae – M. exilicaulis – M. eximia – M. filifolia – M. fistulosa – M. foliosa – M. fragilis – M. fragrans – M. frigida – M. funiformis – M. glandulosa – M. gracilis – M. grata – M. grazielae – M. guanabarica – M. guerrerensis – M. harleyi – M. hatschbachii – M. hesperia – M. hirsuta – M. holosericea – M. holstii – M. horrida – M. huberi – M. hypoleuca – M. illustris – M. immaculata – M. inexperata – M. jamesonii – M. jasminiflora – M. javitensis – M. kalmiifolia – M. krukovii – M. lancibracteata – M. lancifolia – M. lanuginosa – M. laxa – M. leptophylla – M. ligustriflora – M. lobbii – M. lojana – M. longiflora – M. longipes – M. lucida – M. luetzelburgii – M. macrosiphon – M. martiana – M. martii – M. matogrossana – M. megabracteata – M. mexicana – M. microphylla – M. mollissima – M. montana – M. moricandiana – M. moritziana – M. muelleri – M. myriophylla – M. nacapulensis – M. nacarema – M. nerioides – M. nevadana – M. novocapitalis – M. oaxacana – M. oaxacensis – M. obtusifolia – M. pachyphylla – M. paisae – M. pavonii – M. pendula – M. pentlandiana – M. petraea – M. platydactyla – M. pohliana – M. polyantha – M. pristina – M. pubescens – M. puyumato – M. pycnantha – M. riparia – M. rubra – M. rugellosa – M. rugosa – M. sagittarii – M. sancta – M. sancta-martae – M. sandemanii – M. sanderi – M. sandwithii – M. scaberula – M. scabra – M. schlimii – M. scutifolia – M. sellowii – M. semirii – M. similaris – M. speciosa – M. spigeliiflora – M. splendens – M. steyermarkii – M. subcarnosa – M. subcordata – M. subsagittata – M. subsessilis – M. subumbelliflora – M. surinamensis – M. symphytocarpa – M. tenuifolia – M. thevetioides – M. torosa – M. trianae – M. tricolor – M. tristis – M. tubiflora – M. turgida – M. ulei – M. undulata – M. urceolata – M. urophylla – M. vanheurckii – M. vasquezii – M. velame – M. venulosa – M. veraguasensis – M. versicolor – M. villosa – M. virescens – M. widgrenii – M. xerophytica

Nothospecies: M. × amabilis

Name

Mandevilla Lindl., Edwards's Bot. Reg. 26. t. 7. 1840.

Type species: Mandevilla laxa (Ruiz & Pav.) Woodson, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 19: 68 (1932) originally designated as synonym Mandevilla suaveolens Lindl., Edwards's Bot. Reg. 26: t. 7 (1840) without reference to the earlier basionym Echites laxus Ruiz & Pav., Fl. Peruv. 2: 19 (1799).

Synonyms

Heterotypic
Exothostemon G.Don, Gen. Hist. 4: 70, 82. 1837.
Type species: non design.
Dipladenia A.DC., Prodr. (DC.) 8: 481. 1844.
Type species: non design.
Laseguea A.DC., Prodr. 8: 481. Mar(med.) 1844.
Type species: Laseguea emarginata (Vell.) A.DC.
Amblyanthera Müll. Arg., Fl. Brasil. 6(1): 141. 1860, nom. illeg. non Blume 1849.
Type species: non design.
Heterothrix Müll.Arg. in C.F.P.von Martius & auct. suc. (eds.), Fl. Bras. 6(1): 133 (1860)
Macrosiphonia Müll. Arg., Fl. Brasil. 6(1): 137. 30 Jul 1860.
Type species: Macrosiphonia velame (A.St.-Hil.) Müll. Arg.
Prestoniopsis Müll. Arg., Bot. Zeitung (Berlin) 18: 22. (1860)
Type species: Prestoniopsis pubescens (Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.) Müll. Arg.
Eriadenia Miers, South Amer. 117. 1878.
Type species: Eriadenia obovata Miers
Homaladenia Miers, Apocyn. South Amer. 163. 1878.
Type species: non design.
Micradenia Miers, Apocyn. S. Amer.: 158 (1878)
Mitozus Miers, S. Amer. 217. (1878)
Salpinctes Woodson, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 58: 453. 1931.
Type species: Salpinctes kalmiifolius Woodson
Quiotania Zarucchi, Novon 1: 33. 16 Mai 1991.
Type species: Quiotania colombiana Zarucchi
Telosiphonia (Woodson) Henrickson, Aliso 14(3): 184. (1996)

References

Lindley, J. 1840. Edwards's Bot. Reg. 26. t. 7.
Govaerts, R. et al. 2018. Mandevilla in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2018 Sept. 22. Reference page.
International Plant Names Index. 2018. 21. Published online. Accessed: Sept. 2018.
Miers, J. (1878) On the Apocynaceae of South America. London: Williams and Norgate. 291 p. [1].
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Mandevilla in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed: 26 February 2009.

Vernacular names
suomi: Maljaköynnökset

Mandevilla /ˌmændɪˈvɪlə/[3] is a genus of tropical and subtropical flowering vines belonging to the family Apocynaceae. It was first described as a genus in 1840.[4] A common name is rocktrumpet.[5]

Mandevilla species are native to the Southwestern United States,[5] Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and South America. Many originate from the Serra dos Órgãos forests in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The genus was named after Henry Mandeville (1773-1861), a British diplomat and gardener.[6]
Cultivation and uses

Mandevillas develop spectacular, often fragrant flowers in warm climates.[7] The flowers come in a variety of colours, including white, pink, yellow, and red. Many hybrids have been developed, mainly deriving from M.×amabilis, M. splendens, and M. sanderi.[8] As climbers, Mandevillas can be trained against a wall or trellis to provide a leafy green and often flowering picture of beauty. They have a tendency to attract insects like mealybugs and scales.

While Mandevilla scabra is sometimes used as an additive to the psychedelic drink Ayahuasca, there is no evidence that it is psychoactive in its own right. It is, however, considered to be toxic.[9]

The hybrid cultivars Mandevilla × amabilis 'Alice du pont' and Sundaville Cream Pink='Sunparapibra' [10] have won the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.[11]
Species

Accepted species[12]

Mandevilla abortiva - Bahia, Goiás
Mandevilla acutiloba - Mexico to Honduras
Mandevilla aequatorialis - Ecuador
Mandevilla albifolia - Venezuela
Mandevilla alboviridis - Peru, Colombia
Mandevilla amazonica - S Venezuela

Mandevilla anceps - S Venezuela, NW Brazil
Mandevilla andina - Bolivia
Mandevilla angustata - S Venezuela, Guyana
Mandevilla angustifolia - Bolivia, Paraguay, N Argentina
Mandevilla annulariifolia - S Venezuela, NW Brazil, SE Colombia
Mandevilla antioquiana - Antioquia in Colombia
Mandevilla apocynifolia - Jalisco, Nayarit, Michoacán
Mandevilla aracamunensis - S Venezuela
Mandevilla arcuata - Peru, S Colombia
Mandevilla aridana - Santander in Colombia
Mandevilla assimilis - Ecuador
Mandevilla atroviolacea - S Brazil
Mandevilla bahiensis - Bahia
Mandevilla barretoi - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla benthamii - SE Venezuela, Guyana
Mandevilla bogotensis - NW Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia
Mandevilla boliviensis - Costa Rica to Bolivia + E Brazil
Mandevilla brachyloba - Bolivia, Peru, NW Argentina
Mandevilla brachysiphon - Arizona, New Mexico, N Mexico
Mandevilla bracteata - Ecuador, Colombia
Mandevilla bradei - Goiás
Mandevilla callacatensis - Peru
Mandevilla callista - Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia
Mandevilla caquetana - Caquetá in Colombia
Mandevilla catimbauensis - Pernambuco
Mandevilla caurensis - SE Colombia, S Venezuela
Mandevilla cercophylla - Ecuador, SW Colombia, Peru
Mandevilla clandestina - Brazil
Mandevilla coccinea - Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, NE Argentina
Mandevilla columbiana - S Colombia
Mandevilla convolvulacea - Puebla, Oaxaca
Mandevilla crassinoda - Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla cuneifolia - SE Colombia, NW Brazil
Mandevilla cuspidata - Peru, Bolivia
Mandevilla dardanoi - Pernambuco
Mandevilla dissimilis - Ecuador
Mandevilla duidae - Amazonas in Venezuela
Mandevilla emarginata - Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, NE Argentina, Bolivia
Mandevilla duartei - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla equatorialis - Ecuador
Mandevilla espinosae - Ecuador
Mandevilla exilicaulis - Michoacán, Colima, Jalisco
Mandevilla eximia - S Brazil
Mandevilla filifolia - S Venezuela
Mandevilla fistulosa - SE Bahia, Espírito Santo
Mandevilla foliosa - Chihuahua to Oaxaca
Mandevilla fragilis - Bolivia
Mandevilla fragrans - S Brazil
Mandevilla frigida - Piura in Peru
Mandevilla funiformis - S + SE Brazil
Mandevilla glandulosa - Peru
Mandevilla gracilis - S Colombia, NW Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana
Mandevilla grata - Tucumán in Argentina
Mandevilla grazielae - E Brazil
Mandevilla guanabarica - Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla harleyi - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla hatschbachii - Bahia
Mandevilla hesperia - Baja California Sur
Mandevilla hirsuta - S Mexico to Paraguay
Mandevilla holosericea - México State to Oaxaca
Mandevilla holstii - Amazonas in Venezuela
Mandevilla horrida - Cajamarca
Mandevilla huberi - Amazonas in Venezuela
Mandevilla hypoleuca - Mexico, Texas
Mandevilla illustris - Paraguay, Brazil
Mandevilla immaculata - S Brazil
Mandevilla inexperata - Ecuador
Mandevilla jamesonii - Ecuador
Mandevilla jasminiflora - Colombia
Mandevilla javitensis - SE Colombia, NW Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana
Mandevilla kalmiifolia - Cerro Duida in Venezuela
Mandevilla krukovii - NW Brazil
Mandevilla lancibracteata - Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela
Mandevilla lancifolia - SE Colombia, S Venezuela
Mandevilla lanuginosa - S Texas, Mexico
Mandevilla laxa - Bolivia, Peru, N Argentina
Mandevilla leptophylla - Bahia, Minas Gerais
Mandevilla ligustriflora - Ecuador
Mandevilla lobbii - Peru
Mandevilla lojana - Ecuador
Mandevilla longiflora - Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, N Argentina, Brazil
Mandevilla longipes - Colombia
Mandevilla lucida - Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla luetzelburgii - Espírito Santo
Mandevilla macrosiphon NE Mexico, S Texas
Mandevilla martiana - E Brazil
Mandevilla martii - C Brazil
Mandevilla matogrossana - Bolívar in Venezuela, Mato Grosso
Mandevilla megabracteata - NE Colombia, Guyana
Mandevilla mexicana - Oaxaca
Mandevilla microphylla - Bahia
Mandevilla mollissima - Colombia
Mandevilla montana - SW Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Mandevilla moricandiana - E Brazil
Mandevilla moritziana - NE Colombia, Venezuela
Mandevilla muelleri - SE Brazil
Mandevilla myriophylla - C Brazil
Mandevilla nacapulensis - Sonora
Mandevilla nacarema - Colombia
Mandevilla nerioides - Colombia, S Venezuela
Mandevilla nevadana - Magdalena in Colombia
Mandevilla novocapitalis - C Brazil
Mandevilla oaxacana - Oaxaca
Mandevilla obtusifolia - Amazonas in Venezuela
Mandevilla pachyphylla - Bolívar in Venezuela
Mandevilla paisae - Antioquia
Mandevilla pavonii - Colombia to Bolivia
Mandevilla pendula - SE Brazil
Mandevilla pentlandiana - Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, N Argentina
Mandevilla petraea - Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Brazil, N Argentina
Mandevilla pohliana - Paraguay, Bolivia, Brazil, N Argentina
Mandevilla polyantha - Peru
Mandevilla pristina - Peru
Mandevilla pubescens - NW Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador
Mandevilla puyumato - Colombia
Mandevilla pycnantha - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla riparia - Peru, Colombia, Ecuador
Mandevilla rubra - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla rugellosa - N + C South America
Mandevilla rugosa - Guyana, Brazil
Mandevilla rutila - Peru, Bolivia
Mandevilla sagittarii - Panama, Colombia, Ecuador
Mandevilla sancta - Bahia
Mandevilla sancta-martae - Magdalena in Colombia
Mandevilla sandemanii - Peru
Mandevilla sanderi - Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla sandwithii - Guyana
Mandevilla scaberula - N Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Fr Guiana
Mandevilla scabra - tropical South America
Mandevilla schlimii - Venezuela, Colombia
Mandevilla scutifolia - Peru
Mandevilla sellowii - S Brazil
Mandevilla semirii - Minas Gerais
Mandevilla similaris - SE Venezuela
Mandevilla speciosa - N Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Colombia
Mandevilla spigeliiflora - Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia
Mandevilla splendens - Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla steyermarkii - S Venezuela, SE Colombia
Mandevilla subcarnosa - N Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Colombia
Mandevilla subcordata - Bolivia
Mandevilla subsagittata - Mexico to Peru; Cuba, Trinidad
Mandevilla subscorpoidea - Guatemala, S Mexico
Mandevilla subsessilis - C Mexico to El Salvador
Mandevilla subumbelliflora - Peru
Mandevilla surinamensis - Venezuela, 3 Guianas
Mandevilla symphytocarpa - Trinidad to Bolivia
Mandevilla tenuifolia - Suriname, Brazil
Mandevilla thevetioides - SE Colombia
Mandevilla torosa - Tamaulipas to Honduras; Cuba, Jamaica
Mandevilla trianae - Guyana to Peru
Mandevilla tricolor - Ecuador
Mandevilla tristis - Táchira
Mandevilla tubiflora - NW Mexico to Nicaragua
Mandevilla turgida - S Venezuela
Mandevilla ulei - NW Brazil
Mandevilla undulata - Paraguay, Misiones
Mandevilla urceolata - Rio de Janeiro
Mandevilla urophylla - SE Brazil
Mandevilla vanheurckii - Venezuela, Peru, NW Brazil
Mandevilla vasquezii - Peru
Mandevilla velame - Brazil
Mandevilla venulosa - Minas Gerais, São Paulo
Mandevilla veraguasensis - S Central America, NW South America
Mandevilla versicolor - Peru, Ecuador
Mandevilla villosa - Chiapas to S Venezuela
Mandevilla virescens - S Brazil, Paraguay, NE Argentina
Mandevilla widgrenii - Brazil, Paraguay
Mandevilla xerophytica - Boyaca in Colombia

Gallery

Cultivar "Best Red"

Pink mandevilla grown in Southern Ontario, Canada

White dipladenia at night in Wayanad, India

References

"Genus: Mandevilla Lindl". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2003-03-14. Retrieved 2010-11-26.
"Mandevilla". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. 2011. Retrieved 2012-12-14.
Sunset Western Garden Book, 1995:606–607
Lindley, John. 1840. Edwards's Botanical Register 26: pl. 7.
"Mandevilla Lindl". PLANTS Database. United States Department of Agriculture. Retrieved 2012-12-14.
"Botanica. The Illustrated AZ of over 10000 garden plants and how to cultivate them", p 562. Könemann, 2004. ISBN 3-8331-1253-0
Kluepfel, Marjan. "Mandevilla". Home and Garden Information Center. Clemson Cooperative Extension. Retrieved 2012-12-14.
Armitage, Allan M. (2011). Armitage's Vines and Climbers: A Gardener's Guide to the Best Vertical Plants. Timber Press. p. 136. ISBN 9781604692891.
"Poisonous Plants of North Carolina," Dr. Alice B. Russell, Department of Horticultural Science; In collaboration with: Dr. James W. Hardin, Department of Botany; Dr. Larry Grand, Department of Plant Pathology; and Dr. Angela Fraser, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences; North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, North Carolina State University.
"Mandevilla Sundaville Cream Pink= 'Sunparapibra'". RHS. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
"Mandevilla × ambilis 'Alice du Pont'". RHS. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families

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