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Clerodendrum In 2004, a study of DNA sequences showed that the monospecific Australian genus "Huxleya" was embedded in a clade of "Clerodendrum" species that had formerly been placed in "Volkameria". "Huxleya" was then sunk into synonymy with "Clerodendrum". The 2004 study sampled "Aegiphila", "Tetraclea", and "Amasonia", three New World genera of Ajugoideae that had not previously been sampled for DNA. The results of this study cast doubt, once again, upon the monophyly of "Clerodendrum".
Clerodendrum "Clerodendrum" is strongly supported as monophyletic in molecular phylogenetic analyses. It consists of two clades, each of which receives strong bootstrap support. One clade contains mostly African species. The other is mostly Asian. The African and Asian groups can not confidently be divided into sections without more extensive sampling of taxa in phylogenetic studies. The Madagascan species, in particular, are poorly studied.
Clerodendrum "Clerodendrum" species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including "Endoclita malabaricus" and "Endoclita sericeus." Both butterflies and hummingbirds are often attracted to blooming clerodendrum.
Clerodendrum The following description is based on the one by Yuan (2010) and applies to only the monophyletic circumscription of "Clerodendrum".
Clerodendrum Inflorescence usually terminal. Sepals usually connate, often colored, usually accrescent. Corolla red to yellow, pink, or white. Corolla tube 5-lobed, the lobes usually unequal.
Clerodendrum Regional revisions of "Clerodendrum" have been done for local floras, but the last monograph of the entire genus was by John Isaac Briquet in 1895. He recognized about 90 species, defining the genus broadly to include species that others had placed in "Rotheca", "Volkameria", and "Ovieda". His circumscription was followed by most authors for the next 100 years, even though it was widely believed to be problematic.
Clerodendrum In 1997, phylogenetic analysis of DNA data showed that "Clerodendrum", as then understood, was polyphyletic. This situation was remedied in 1998 with the revival of "Rotheca". This taxonomic change was based on previous work and on a molecular phylogenetic study that was not published until the following year.
Clerodendrum "Clerodendrum glandulosum". Coleb leaf aqueous extract is traditionally used by people of North-East India to alleviate symptoms of diabetes, obesity and hypertension.
Clerodendrum It appears that the long, narrow corolla tube evolved only once in "Clerodendrum", and appeared again, among its relatives, in "Ovieda".
Clerodendrum Clerodendrum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae. Its common names include glorybower, bagflower and bleeding-heart. It is currently classified in the subfamily Ajugoideae, being one of several genera transferred from Verbenaceae to Lamiaceae in the 1990s, based on phylogenetic analysis of morphological and molecular data.