Tropaeolum brachyceras

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Tropaeolum brachyceras
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Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Eudicots
Clade: Rosids
Order: Brassicales
Family: Tropaeolaceae
Genus: Tropaeolum
Species:
T. brachyceras
Binomial name
Tropaeolum brachyceras
Hook. & Arn. (1830)
Synonyms
  • Chymocarpus brachyceras(Hook. & Arn.) Heynh.
  • Tropaeolum brachyceras var. grandiflorumA.Reinecke ex Walp.
  • Tropaeolum brachyceras var. sulphureumWalp.
  • Tropaeolum chilenseBertero ex Colla
  • Tropaeolum minimumMiers [Invalid]
  • Tropaeolum tenellumG.Don
  • Trophaeum brachyceras(Hook. & Arn.) Kuntze
  • Trophaeum chilense(Bertero ex Colla) Kuntze
  • Trophaeum tenellum(G.Don) Kuntze

Tropaeolum brachyceras is a species of perennial plant in the Tropaeolaceae family. It is endemic to mountainous regions of Chile.

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