Haloragis

Haloragis

a genus of shrubs in the family Haloragidaceae.

Haloragis heterophylla
contains sufficient cyanogenetic glycoside to cause poisoning. Called also raspwort, raspweed.
Haloragis odontocarpa
an unidentified substance in the plant causes red coloration of the urine of cattle eating it.
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whereas those in Haloragis are uniseriate and multicellular, three cells
The genera Haloragis, Haloragodendron, Glischocaryon, Mezeilla and Gonocarpus.
Fossil types in this family are commonly Myriophyllum and Haloragis types.
Among the anemophilous species, some have most of the typical features, not surprisingly among the Chenopodiaceae, Cyperaceae, Juncaceae, Poaceae, Urticaceae, and the genera Coprosma, Dysopsis, Empetrum, Gunnera, Haloragis, Peperomia, Plantago, and Lactoris (Bernardello et al.