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FloraGator covers the 196 flowering plant families known to exist in the natural areas of Florida. The family classifications on this site follow the APG III system published by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group in 2009. If you are using a flora that follows an older classification system, the Wikipedia links in the column on the right can help steer you to the equivalent grouping.

Monocots[ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ]
Name Genera/
Species
in FL
Genera/
Species
total
Notes
Alismataceae
the Water Plantain Family
3/18 17/111

Wikipedia page: Alismataceae (see also Limnocharitaceae)

Alstroemeriaceae
the Alstroemeria Family
1/1 3/280 1 species in FL: Alstroemeria pulchella
Wikipedia page: Alstroemeriaceae
Amaryllidaceae
the Amaryllis Family
10/40 72/1,450 Wikipedia page: Amaryllidaceae (see also Alliaceae)
Araceae
the Arum Family
20/33 104/3,300 Wikipedia page: Araceae (see also Lemnaceae)
Arecaceae
the Palm Family
21/27 190/2,000 Wikipedia page: Arecaceae
Asparagaceae
the Asparagus Family
13/29 34/540 Wikipedia page: Asparagaceae (see also Agavaceae, Anthericaceae, Hyacinthaceae, & Ruscaceae)
       
Bromeliaceae
the Pineapple Family
6/22 59/2400 Wikipedia page: Bromeliaceae
Burmanniaceae
the Burmannia Family
2/4 13/130 Wikipedia page: Burmanniaceae
       
Cannaceae
the Canna Family
1/4 1/20 1 genus in the family: Canna
Wikipedia page: Cannaceae
Colchicaceae
the Autumn Crocus Family
2/4 20/200 Wikipedia page: Colchicaceae
Commelinaceae
the Spiderwort Family
5/28 39/640 Wikipedia page: Commelinaceae
Costaceae
the Spiral Ginger Family
1/1 4/110 1 species in FL: Costus pulverulentus
Wikipedia page: Costaceae
Cymodoceaceae
the Manateegrass Family
2/2 5/16 Wikipedia page: Cymodoceaceae
Cyperaceae
the Sedge Family
20/269 104/5000 Wikipedia page: Cyperaceae
       
Dioscoreaceae
the Yam Family
1/6 4/800 1 genus in FL: Dioscorea
Wikipedia page: Dioscoreaceae
       
Eriocaulaceae
the Pipewort Family
3/12 10/1000 Wikipedia page: Eriocaulaceae
       
Haemodoraceae
the Bloodwort Family
1/1 13/100 1 species in FL: Lachnanthes caroliana
Wikipedia page: Haemodoraceae
Heliconiaceae
the Heliconia Family
1/1 1/200 1 species in FL: Heliconia latispatha
Wikipedia page: Heliconiaceae
Hydrocharitaceae
the Frog's-Bit Family
9/15 18/115 Wikipedia page: Hydrocharitaceae (see also Najadaceae)
Hypoxidaceae
the Yellow Stargrass Family
2/6 9/150

Wikipedia page: Hypoxidaceae

       
Iridaceae
the Iris Family
9/22 70/1750 Wikipedia page: Iridaceae
       
Juncaceae
the Rush Family
2/24 7/350 Wikipedia page: Juncaceae
Juncaginaceae
the Arrowgrass Family
1/1 4/15 1 species in FL: Triglochin striata
Wikipedia page: Juncaginaceae
       
Liliaceae
the Lily Family
3/8 16/600 Wikipedia page: Liliaceae
       
Marantaceae
the Arrowroot Family
2/2 31/550 Wikipedia page: Marantaceae
Mayacaceae
the Bogmoss Family
1/1 1/10 1 species in FL: Mayaca fluviatilis
Wikipedia page: Mayacaceae
Melanthiaceae
the Melanthium Family
7/12 17/186 Includes Paris and Trillium, formerly of Trilliaceae.
Wikipedia page: Melanthiaceae (see also Trilliaceae)
Musaceae
the Banana Family
1/2 3/40 1 genus in FL: Musa
Wikipedia page: Musaceae
       
Nartheciaceae
the Bog Asphodel Family
2/7 5/35 Wikipedia page: Nartheciaceae
       
Orchidaceae
the Orchid Family
52/122 700/20,000 Wikipedia page: Orchidaceae
       
Poaceae
the Grass Family
116/440 668/9500 Wikipedia page: Poaceae
Pontederiaceae
the Pickerelweed Family
3/7 7/31 Wikipedia page: Pontederiaceae
Potamogetonaceae
the Pondweed Family
3/12 7/92 Wikipedia page: Potamogetonaceae (see also Zannichelliaceae)
       
Ruppiaceae
the Ditchgrass Family
1/1 1/7 1 species in FL: Ruppia maritima
Wikipedia page: Ruppiaceae
       
Smilacaceae
the Smilax Family
1/12 2/275 1 genus in FL: Smilax
Wikipedia page: Smilacaceae
Stemonaceae
the Stemona Family
1/1 4/29 1 species in FL: Croomia pauciflora
Wikipedia page: Stemonaceae
       
Tofieldiaceae
the False Asphodel Family
3/3 4/17 Wikipedia page: Tofieldiaceae
Typhaceae
the Cattail Family
2/3 2/25 Wikipedia page: Typhaceae (see also Sparganiaceae)
       
Xanthorrhoeaceae
the Grasstree Family
3/4 25/970

Includes some (but not all) genera from the former families of Asphodelaceae and Hemerocallidaceae.
Wikipedia page: Xanthorrhoeaceae

Xyridaceae
the Yelloweyed Grass Family
1/24 5/375 1 genus in FL: Xyris
Wikipedia page: Xyridaceae
       
Zingiberaceae
the Ginger Family
6/6 50/1300 Wikipedia page: Zingiberaceae
       
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Dicots[ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ]
Name Genera/
Species
in FL
Genera/
Species
total
Notes
Acanthaceae
the Acanthus Family
19/46 229/4000 Wikipedia page: Acanthaceae (see also Avicenniaceae)
Adoxaceae
the Moschatel Family
2/6 5/243 Wikipedia page: Adoxaceae
Aizoaceae
the Mesembryanthemum Family
6/8 134/1067 Wikipedia page: Aizoaceae
Altingiaceae
the Sweetgum Family
1/1 3/10 1 species in FL: Liquidambar styraciflua
Wikipedia page: Altingiaceae
Amaranthaceae
the Amaranth Family
14/49 175/2000 Wikipedia page: Amaranthaceae (see also Chenopodiaceae)
Anacardiaceae
the Cashew Family
7/12 70/850 Wikipedia page: Anacardiaceae
Annonaceae
the Custard-Apple Family
4/19 112/2150 Wikipedia page: Annonaceae
Apiaceae
the Carrot Family
27/50 434/3780 Wikipedia page: Apiaceae
Apocynaceae
the Dogbane Family
28/60 415/4700 Wikipedia page: Apocynaceae (see also Asclepiadaceae)
Aquifoliaceae
the Holly Family
1/15 1/405 1 genus in the family: Ilex.
Wikipedia page: Aquifoliaceae
Araliaceae
the Ginseng Family
8/15 43/1450 Wikipedia page: Araliaceae
Aristolochiaceae
the Birthwort Family
2/9 8/480 Wikipedia page: Aristolochiaceae
Asteraceae
the Aster Family
139/430 1620-23,600 Wikipedia page: Asteraceae
       
Balsaminaceae
the Jewelweed Family
1/3 2/304 1 genus in FL: Impatiens
Wikipedia page: Balsaminaceae
Basellaceae
the Madeiravine Family
1/2 4/20 1 genus in FL: Anredera
Wikipedia page: Basellaceae
Bataceae
the Saltwort Family
1/1 1/2 1 species in FL: Batis maritima
Wikipedia page: Bataceae
Begoniaceae
the Begonia Family
1/2 2/1400 1 genus in FL: Begonia
Wikipedia page: Begoniaceae
Berberidaceae
the Barberry Family
3/3 14/700 Wikipedia page: Berberidaceae
Betulaceae
the Birch Family
4/4 6/140 Wikipedia page: Betulaceae
Bignoniaceae
the Trumpet Creeper Family
15/17 110/800 Wikipedia page: Bignoniaceae
Boraginaceae
the Borage Family
14/31 145/2600 Wikipedia page: Boraginaceae (see also Hydrophyllaceae)
Brassicaceae
the Mustard Family
24/51 349/3501 Wikipedia page: Brassicaceae
Burseraceae
the Gumbo-Limbo Family
1/1 18/650 1 species in FL: Bursera simaruba
Wikipedia page: Burseraceae
Buxaceae
the Boxwood Family
1/1 5/110 1 species in FL: Pachysandra procumbens
Wikipedia page: Buxaceae (see also Didymelaceae)
       
Cabombaceae
the Watershield Family
2/3 2/6 Wikipedia page: Cabombaceae
Cactaceae
the Cactus Family
10/23 115/1400 Wikipedia page: Cactaceae
CALOPHYLLACEAE
the Calophyllum Family
1/2 12/279 1 genus in FL: Calophyllum
Wikipedia page: Calophyllaceae (see also Clusiaceae)
Calycanthaceae
the Sweetshrub Family
1/1 3/10 1 species in FL: Calycanthus floridus
Wikipedia page: Calycanthaceae
Calyceraceae
the Calycera Family
1/1 6/60 1 species in FL: Acicarpha tribuloides
Wikipedia page: Calyceraceae
Campanulaceae
the Bellflower Family
6/23 84/2400 Wikipedia page: Campanulaceae
Canellaceae
the Canella Family
1/1 6/15 1 species in FL: Canella winterana
Wikipedia page: Canellaceae
Cannabaceae
the Hemp Family
3/8 9/170 Includes hackberries (Celtis spp.) which were formerly placed in Ulmaceae or Celtidaceae.
Wikipedia page: Cannabaceae
Capparaceae
the Caper Family
1/2 46/900 Sometimes treated as part of a larger Brassicaceae.
1 genus in FL: Capparis
Wikipedia page: Capparaceae
Caprifoliaceae
the Honeysuckle Family
6/8 33/825 Wikipedia page: Caprifoliaceae (see also Diervillaceae, Dipsacaceae, Linnaeaceae, Morinaceae, Valerianaceae)
Caricaceae
the Papaya Family
1/1 6/43 1 species in FL: Carica papaya
Wikipedia page: Caricaceae
Caryophyllaceae
the Pink Family
19/44 86/2400 Wikipedia page: Caryophyllaceae
Casuarinaceae
the Sheoak Family
1/3 4/90 1 genus in FL: Casuarina
Wikipedia page: Casuarinaceae
Celastraceae
the Stafftree Family
9/13 78/983 Wikipedia page: Celastraceae (see also Hippocrateaceae, Lepuropetalaceae, & Parnassiaceae)
Ceratophyllaceae
the Hornwort Family
1/3 1/4 1 genus in the family: Ceratophyllum
Wikipedia page: Ceratophyllaceae
Chrysobalanaceae
the Coco Plum Family
2/2 18/521 Wikipedia page: Chrysobalanaceae
Cistaceae
the Rockrose Family
2/15 8/154 Wikipedia page: Cistaceae
Cleomaceae
the Spiderflower Family
2/7 9/247 Sometimes treated as part of a larger Brassicaceae.
Wikipedia page: Cleomaceae
Clethraceae
the White Alder Family
1/1 2/83 1 species in FL: Clethra alnifolia
Wikipedia page: Clethraceae
Clusiaceae
the Mangosteen Family
1/1 25/854 1 species in FL: Clusia rosea
Wikipedia page: Clusiaceae
Combretaceae
the Combretum Family
6/8 15/414 Wikipedia page: Combretaceae
Convolvulaceae
the Morning-Glory Family
15/67 55/1640 Wikipedia page: Convolvulaceae (see also Cuscutaceae)
Cornaceae
the Dogwood Family
2/9 9/100 Wikipedia page: Cornaceae (see also Nyssaceae)
Crassulaceae
the Orpine Family
2/10 30/1380 Wikipedia page: Crassulaceae
Cucurbitaceae
the Gourd Family
11/18 120/900 Wikipedia page: Cucurbitaceae
Cyrillaceae
the Titi Family
2/2 2/2 Wikipedia page: Cyrillaceae
       
Droseraceae
the Sundew Family
2/6 3/110 Wikipedia page: Droseraceae
       
Ebenaceae
the Ebony Family
1/3 3/768 1 genus in FL: Diospyros
Wikipedia page: Ebenaceae (see also Lissocarpaceae)
Elaeagnaceae
the Oleaster Family
1/2 4/106 1 genus in FL: Elaeagnus
Wikipedia page: Elaeagnaceae
Ericaceae
the Heath Family
16/32 120/3900 Wikipedia page: Ericaceae (see also Empetraceae, Monotropaceae, & Pyrolaceae)
Euphorbiaceae
the Spurge Family
21/98 240/6300 Wikipedia page: Euphorbiaceae
       
FABACEAE
the Legume Family
80/313 900/23,500 Wikipedia page: Fabaceae
 - Subfamily: Caesalpinioideae   160/2000 Wikipedia page: Caesalpinioideae
 - Subfamily: Mimosoideae   58/3200 Wikipedia page: Mimosoideae
 - Subfamily: Faboideae   450/11,500 Wikipedia page: Faboideae
Fagaceae
the Beech Family
3/44 8/700 Wikipedia page: Fagaceae
       
Gelsemiaceae
the Jessamine Family
1/2 2/7 1 genus in FL: Gelsemium
Wikipedia page: Gelsemiaceae
Gentianaceae
the Gentian Family
6/22 87/1650 Wikipedia page: Gentianaceae
Geraniaceae
the Geranium Family
2/4 7/700 Wikipedia page: Geraniaceae
Gisekiaceae
the Gisekia Family
1/1 1/7 1 species in FL: Gisekia pharnacioides
Wikipedia page: Gisekiaceae
Goodeniaceae
the Goodenia Family
1/2 12/301 1 genus in FL: Scaevola
Wikipedia page: Goodeniaceae
Grossulariaceae
the Gooseberry Family
1/1 2/134 1 species in FL: Ribes echinellum
Wikipedia page: Grossulariaceae
       
Haloragaceae
the Watermilfoil Family
2/7 7/76 Wikipedia page: Haloragaceae
Hamamelidaceae
the Witchhazel Family
2/2 28/90 Wikipedia page: Hamamelidaceae
Hydrangeaceae
the Hydrangea Family
4/5 15/204 Wikipedia page: Hydrangeaceae
Hydroleaceae
the False Fiddleleaf Family
1/4 1/11 1 genus in the family: Hydrolea
Wikipedia page: Hydroleaceae
Hypericaceae
the St. John's Wort Family
2/34 10/316 Wikipedia page: Hypericaceae (see also Clusiaceae)
       
Iteaceae
the Sweetspire Family
1/1 3/18 1 species in FL: Itea virginica
Wikipedia page: Iteaceae
       
Juglandaceae
the Walnut Family
2/8 9/60 Wikipedia page: Juglandaceae
       
Krameriaceae
the Ratany Family
1/1 1/16 1 species in FL: Krameria lanceolata
Wikipedia page: Krameriaceae
       
Lamiaceae
the Mint Family
37/110 236/6500 Wikipedia page: Lamiaceae
Lauraceae
the Laurel Family
8/14 45/2200 Wikipedia page: Lauraceae
Lentibulariaceae
the Bladderwort Family
2/20 5/220 Wikipedia page: Lentibulariaceae
Linaceae
the Flax Family
1/11 16/167 1 genus in FL: Linum
Wikipedia page: Linaceae
LINDERNIACEAE
the False Pimpernel Family
2/6 15/146 Wikipedia page: Linderniaceae (see also Plantaginaceae & Scrophulariaceae)
Loasaceae
the Loasa Family
1/1 21/270 1 species in FL: Mentzelia floridana
Wikipedia page: Loasaceae
Loganiaceae
the Logania Family
3/8 15/205 Wikipedia page: Loganiaceae (see also Geniostomaceae & Strychnaceae)
Lythraceae
the Loosestrife Family
7/16 31/610 Wikipedia page: Lythraceae
       
Magnoliaceae
the Magnolia Family
2/7 7/200 Wikipedia page: Magnoliaceae
Malpighiaceae
the Malpighia Family
5/6 65/1200 Wikipedia page: Malpighiaceae
Malvaceae
the Mallow Family
28/75 250/4200 Wikipedia page: Malvaceae (see also Bombacaceae, Sterculiaceae, & Tiliaceae)
Martyniaceae
the Unicornplant Family
2/2 5/17 Wikipedia page: Martyniaceae
Melastomataceae
the Melastome Family
3/12 180/5000 Wikipedia page: Melastomataceae
Meliaceae
the Mahogany Family
3/3 46/559 Wikipedia page: Meliaceae
Menispermaceae
the Moonseed Family
4/4 64/379 Wikipedia page: Menispermaceae
Menyanthaceae
the Bogbean Family
1/4 6/39 1 genus in FL: Nymphoides
Wikipedia page: Menyanthaceae
Molluginaceae
the Carpetweed Family
1/1 10/59 1 species in FL: Mollugo verticillata
Wikipedia page: Molluginaceae
Moraceae
the Mulberry Family
7/18 37/1179 Wikipedia page: Moraceae
Moringaceae
the Horseradishtree Family
1/1 1/4 1 species in FL: Moringa oleifera
Wikipedia page: Moringaceae
Muntingiaceae
the Muntingia Family
1/1 3/3 1 species in FL: Muntingia calabura
Wikipedia page: Muntingiaceae
Myricaceae
the Bayberry Family
1/3 4/48 1 genus in FL: Myrica
Wikipedia page: Myricaceae
Myrtaceae
the Myrtle Family
11/22 131/5000 Wikipedia page: Myrtaceae
       
Nelumbonaceae
the Lotus Family
1/2 1/2 1 genus in the family: Nelumbo
Wikipedia page: Nelumbonaceae
Nyctaginaceae
the Four-O'Clock Family
5/8 30/370 Wikipedia page: Nyctaginaceae
Nymphaeaceae
the Waterlily Family
2/12 6/60 Wikipedia page: Nymphaeaceae
       
Ochnaceae
the Wild Plane Family
1/2 38/420 1 genus in FL: Ochna
Wikipedia page: Ochnaceae (see also Quiinaceae)
Olacaceae
the Olax Family
1/1 25/113 1 species in FL: Ximenia americana
Wikipedia page: Olacaceae (see also Ximeniaceae)
Oleaceae
the Olive Family
6/23 24/700 Wikipedia page: Oleaceae
Onagraceae
the Eveningprimrose Family
3/46 20/650 Wikipedia page: Onagraceae
Orobanchaceae
the Broomrape Family
12/32 80/1570 Wikipedia page: Orobanchaceae (see also Scrophulariaceae)
Oxalidaceae
the Woodsorrel Family
1/7 5/700 1 genus in FL: Oxalis
Wikipedia page: Oxalidaceae
       
Papaveraceae
the Poppy Family
5/10 44/780 Wikipedia page: Papaveraceae (see also Fumariaceae)
Passifloraceae
the Passionflower Family
3/14 20/700 Wikipedia page: Passifloraceae (see also Turneraceae)
Paulowniaceae
the Princesstree Family
1/1 3/19 1 species in FL: Paulownia tomentosa
Wikipedia page: Paulowniaceae (see also Scrophulariaceae)
Pedaliaceae
the Sesame Family
2/2 11/34 Wikipedia page: Pedaliaceae
Penthoraceae
the Ditch Stonecrop Family
1/1 1/2 1 species in FL: Penthorum sedoides
Wikipedia page: Penthoraceae
Phrymaceae
the Lopseed Family
3/3 10/106 Wikipedia page: Phrymaceae (see also Plantaginaceae & Scrophulariaceae)
Phyllanthaceae
the Leafflower Family
5/16 58/2099 Wikipedia page: Phyllanthaceae
Phytolaccaceae
the Pokeweed Family
5/5 14/54 Wikipedia page: Phytolaccaceae (see also Agdestidaceae & Petiveriaceae)
Picramniaceae
the Bitterbush Family
2/2 2/36 Wikipedia page: Picramniaceae
Piperaceae
the Pepper Family
3/11 5/3600 Wikipedia page: Piperaceae
Pittosporaceae
the Pittosporum Family
1/2 10/128 1 genus in FL: Pittosporum
Wikipedia page: Pittosporaceae
Plantaginaceae
the Plantain Family
19/58 110/1115 Wikipedia page: Plantaginaceae (see also Callitrichaceae, Scrophulariaceae, & Veronicaceae)
Platanaceae
the Planetree Family
1/1 1/8 1 species in FL: Platanus occidentalis
Wikipedia page: Platanaceae
Plumbaginaceae
the Leadwort Family
2/3 25/517 Wikipedia page: Plumbaginaceae
Polemoniaceae
the Phlox Family
2/8 20/380 Wikipedia page: Polemoniaceae
Polygalaceae
the Milkwort Family
1/23 20/950 1 genus in FL: Polygala
Wikipedia page: Polygalaceae
Polygonaceae
the Buckwheat Family
10/49 45/1100 Wikipedia page: Polygonaceae
Portulacaceae
the Purslane Family
2/7 16/278 Wikipedia page: Portulacaceae
Primulaceae
the Primrose Family
8/18 69/2580 Wikipedia page: Primulaceae (see also Maesaceae, Myrsinaceae, Samolaceae, & Theophrastaceae)
Proteaceae
the Protea Family
1/1 62/965 1 species in FL: Grevillea robusta
Wikipedia page: Proteaceae
Putranjivaceae
the Putranjiva Family
1/2 3/216 1 genus in FL: Drypetes
Wikipedia page: Putranjivaceae (see also Euphorbiaceae)
       
Ranunculaceae
the Buttercup Family
10/31 60/2300 Wikipedia page: Ranunculaceae
Rhamnaceae
the Buckthorn Family
9/15 57/950 Wikipedia page: Rhamnaceae
Rhizophoraceae
the Mangrove Family
1/1 16/135 1 species in FL: Rhizophora mangle
Wikipedia page: Rhizophoraceae
Rosaceae
the Rose Family
16/50 90/3000 Wikipedia page: Rosaceae
Rubiaceae
the Madder Family
30/64 600/12,000 Wikipedia page: Rubiaceae
Rutaceae
the Citrus Family
9/20 160/1850 Wikipedia page: Rutaceae
       
Salicaceae
the Willow Family
5/12 55/772 Wikipedia page: Salicaceae (see also Flacourtiaceae)
Santalaceae
the Sandalwood Family
1/1 39/577 Wikipedia page: Santalaceae (see also Viscaceae)
Sapindaceae
the Soapberry Family
13/20 124/1478 Wikipedia page: Sapindaceae (see also Aceraceae & Hippocastanaceae)
 - Subfamily: Dodonaeoideae 1/2 2/67 Wikipedia page: Dodonaeoideae
 - Subfamily: Hippocastanoideae 2/6 4/187 Wikipedia page: Hippocastanoideae
 - Subfamily: Sapindoideae 10/12 117/1223 Wikipedia page: Sapindoideae
 - Subfamily: Xanthoceroideae 0/0 1/1 Wikipedia page: Xanthoceroideae
Sapotaceae
the Sapodilla Family
5/17 58/1271 Wikipedia page: Sapotaceae
Sarraceniaceae
the Pitcherplant Family
1/16 3/15 1 genus in FL: Sarracenia
Wikipedia page: Sarraceniaceae
Saururaceae
the Lizard's Tail Family
2/2 4/7 Wikipedia page: Saururaceae
Schisandraceae
the Starvine Family
2/3 3/71 Wikipedia page: Schisandraceae (see also Illiciaceae)
Schoepfiaceae
the Graytwig Family
1/1 3/44 1 species in FL: Schoepfia chrysophylloides
Wikipedia page: Schoepfiaceae (see also Olacaceae and Santalaceae)
Scrophulariaceae
the Figwort Family
5/9 87/985 Wikipedia page: Scrophulariaceae (see also Buddlejaceae & Myoporaceae)
Simaroubaceae
the Quassia Family
3/3 16/102 Wikipedia page: Simaroubaceae
Solanaceae
the Nightshade Family
14/58 100/2450 Wikipedia page: Solanaceae
Staphyleaceae
the Bladdernut Family
1/1 4/30 1 species in FL: Staphylea trifolia
Wikipedia page: Staphyleaceae
Styracaceae
the Storax Family
2/4 12/117 Wikipedia page: Styracaceae
Surianaceae
the Bay Cedar Family
1/1 4/6 1 species in FL: Suriana maritima
Wikipedia page: Surianaceae
Symplocaceae
the Sweetleaf Family
1/1 2/169 1 species in FL: Symplocos tinctoria
Wikipedia page: Symplocaceae
       
Talinaceae
the Flameflower Family
1/2 2/16 1 genus in FL: Talinum
Wikipedia page: Talinaceae (see also Portulacaceae)
Tamaricaceae
the Tamarisk Family
1/1 4/56 1 species in FL: Tamarix canariensis
Wikipedia page: Tamaricaceae
Tetrachondraceae
the Tetrachondra Family
1/1 2/3 1 species in FL: Polypremum procumbens
Wikipedia page: Tetrachondraceae
Theaceae
the Tea Family
2/2 7/250 Wikipedia page: Theaceae
Thymelaeaceae
the Mezereum Family
1/1 52/776 1 species in FL: Dirca palustris
Wikipedia page: Thymelaeaceae
       
Ulmaceae
the Elm Family
2/6 8/61 Wikipedia page: Ulmaceae
Urticaceae
the Nettle Family
8/19 52/1303 Wikipedia page: Urticaceae (see also Cecropiaceae)
       
Verbenaceae
the Vervain Family
11/33 35/1175 Wikipedia page: Verbenaceae
Violaceae
the Violet Family
2/12 24/800 Wikipedia page: Violaceae
Vitaceae
the Grape Family
4/11 14/800 Wikipedia page: Vitaceae
       
Zygophyllaceae
the Caltrop Family
3/6 25/280 Wikipedia page: Zygophyllaceae
       
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Totals
196 families (41 monocot families, 155 dicot families)