Annona

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Annona
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Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Magnoliids
Order: Magnoliales
Family: Annonaceae
Genus: Annona
Species:
A. 
Binomial name
Annona

Annona is a genus of plants in the Annonaceae family. It contains species like the custard apple and sugar apple. It is the second-largest genus in its family after Guatteria.[2] It has about 166[3] species of shrubs and trees.[4] Its name comes from anón, a Hispaniolan Taíno word for it.[5]

Species accepted by iNaturalist are:

  • Annona acuminata
  • Annona acutiflora
  • Annona acutifolia
  • Annona amazonica
  • Annona ambotay
  • Annona andicola
  • Annona angustifolia
  • Annona annonoides
  • Annona asplundiana
  • Annona atabapensis
  • Annona × atemoya - atemoya
  • Annona aurantiaca
  • Annona bahiensis
  • Annona boliviana
  • Annona bullata
  • Annona cacans
  • Annona caesia
  • Annona calcarata
  • Annona calophylla
  • Annona caput-medusae
  • Annona cascarilloides
  • Annona cercocarpa
  • Annona cherimola - cherimoya
  • Annona cherimolioides
  • Annona contrerasii
  • Annona coriacea
  • Annona cornifolia
  • Annona crassiflora
  • Annona crassivenia
  • Annona cristalensis
  • Annona crotonifolia
  • Annona cubensis
  • Annona cuspidata
  • Annona deceptrix
  • Annona deminuta
  • Annona dioica
  • Annona dolabripetala
  • Annona dolichopetala
  • Annona dolichophylla
  • Annona domingensis
  • Annona duckei
  • Annona dumetorum
  • Annona ecuadorensis
  • Annona edulis
  • Annona ekmanii
  • Annona emarginata
  • Annona exsucca
  • Annona ferruginea
  • Annona glabra - pond apple
  • Annona globiflora
  • Annona gracilis
  • Annona haematantha
  • Annona haitiensis
  • Annona havanensis
  • Annona hayesii
  • Annona helosioides
  • Annona herzogii
  • Annona hispida
  • Annona holosericea
  • Annona hypoglauca
  • Annona hystricoides
  • Annona ionophylla
  • Annona jahnii
  • Annona jamaicensis - wild soursop
  • Annona leptopetala
  • Annona liebmanniana
  • Annona longiflora
  • Annona longipes
  • Annona macroprophyllata - ilama
  • Annona manabiensis
  • Annona maritima
  • Annona moaensis
  • Annona montana - mountain soursop
  • Annona monticola
  • Annona mucosa - biriba, rollinia/rolinia
  • Annona muricata - soursop
  • Annona nana
  • Annona neglecta
  • Annona neoamazonica
  • Annona neochrysocarpa
  • Annona neoinsignis
  • Annona neosalicifolia
  • Annona neosericea
  • Annona nitida
  • Annona nutans
  • Annona oligocarpa
  • Annona pachyantha
  • Annona palmeri
  • Annona paludosa
  • Annona papilionella
  • Annona parviflora
  • Annona pickelii
  • Annona pittieri
  • Annona praetermissa - wild cherimoya
  • Annona pruinosa
  • Annona purpurea - soncoya
  • Annona quinduensis
  • Annona rensoniana
  • Annona reticulata - wild sweetsop, custard apple, bullock's heart
  • Annona rufinervis
  • Annona rugulosa
  • Annona salicifolia
  • Annona salzmannii
  • Annona scandens
  • Annona scleroderma
  • Annona sclerophylla
  • Annona senegalensis - wild custard apple
  • Annona sericea
  • Annona spinescens
  • Annona spraguei
  • Annona squamosa - sugar apple, sweetsop
  • Annona stenophylla
  • Annona sylvatica
  • Annona tomentosa
  • Annona urbaniana
  • Annona vepretorum
  • Annona warmingiana
  • Annona xylopiifolia

References[change | change source]

  1. "Plants Profile for Annona (annona)". plants.usda.gov. Retrieved 2020-08-13.
  2. "ITIS Standard Report Page: Annona". www.itis.gov. Retrieved 2020-08-13.
  3. "Annona—The Plant List". www.theplantlist.org. Retrieved 2020-08-13.
  4. "Annona in Flora of North America @ efloras.org". www.efloras.org. Retrieved 2020-08-13.
  5. Austin, Daniel F. (2004). Florida Ethnobotany. CRC Press. p. 95. ISBN 978-0-8493-2332-4.