Pogostemon – Chi Pogostemon

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    Pogostemon

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    Pogostemon
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    Pogostemon cablin
    Scientific classification
    Kingdom: Plantae
    (unranked): Angiosperms
    (unranked): Eudicots
    (unranked): Asterids
    Order: Lamiales
    Family: Lamiaceae
    Genus: Pogostemon
    Desf.
    Synonyms[1]
    • Wensea J.C.Wendl.
    • Dysophylla Blume
    • Chotekia Opiz & Corda
    • Eusteralis Raf.
    • Dysophylla El Gazzar & L.Watson ex Airy Shaw 1967 not Blume 1826
    • Anuragia Raizada illegitimate name

    Pogostemon is a large genus from the family Lamiaceae, first described as a genus in 1815. It is native to warmer parts of Asia, Africa, and Australia.[1]

    The best known member of this genus is patchouli, Pogostemon cablin, widely cultivated in Asia for its scented foliage, used for perfume, incense, insect repellent, herbal tea, etc.[2]

    Selected species

    Species include:[3]

    • Pogostemon amaranthoides Benth.
    • Pogostemon andersonii (Prain) Panigrahi
    • Pogostemon aquaticus (C.H.Wright) Press
    • Pogostemon atropurpureus Benth.
    • Pogostemon auricularius (L.) Hassk. – southeast Asia
    • Pogostemon barbatus Bhoti & Ingr.
    • Pogostemon benghalensis (Burm.f.) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon brachystachyus Benth.
    • Pogostemon brevicorollus Y.Z.Sun
    • Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth. – South Asia & southeast Asia
    • Pogostemon championii Prain
    • Pogostemon chinensis C.Y.Wu & Y.C.Huang
    • Pogostemon crassicaulis (Benth.) Press
    • Pogostemon cristatus Hassk.
    • Pogostemon cruciatus (Benth.) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon dasianus A.B.De & Mukerjee
    • Pogostemon deccanensis (Panigrahi) Press
    • Pogostemon dielsianus Dunn
    • Pogostemon elatispicatus Bhoti & Ingr.
    • Pogostemon elsholtzioides Benth.
    • Pogostemon erectus (Dalzell) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon esquirolii (H.Lév.) C.Y.Wu & Y.C.Huang
    • Pogostemon falcatus (C.Y.Wu) C.Y.Wu & H.W.Li
    • Pogostemon formosanus Oliv. – Taiwan
    • Pogostemon fraternus Miq.
    • Pogostemon gardneri Hook.f.
    • Pogostemon glaber Benth.
    • Pogostemon glabratus Chermsir. ex Press
    • Pogostemon globulosus Phuong ex Suddee & A.J.Paton
    • Pogostemon griffithii Prain
    • Pogostemon hedgei V.S.Kumar & B.D.Sharma
    • Pogostemon helferi (Hook.f.) Press
    • Pogostemon heyneanus Benth. – South Asia & southeast Asia
    • Pogostemon hirsutus Benth.
    • Pogostemon hispidocalyx C.Y.Wu & Y.C.Huang
    • Pogostemon hispidus (Benth.) Prain
    • Pogostemon kachinensis (Mukerjee) Panigrahi
    • Pogostemon koehneanus (Muschl.) Press
    • Pogostemon linearis (Benth.) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon litigiosus Doan ex Suddee & A.J.Paton
    • Pogostemon lythroides (Diels) Press
    • Pogostemon macgregorii W.W.Sm.
    • Pogostemon manipurensis V.S.Kumar
    • Pogostemon membranaceus Merr.
    • Pogostemon menthoides Blume
    • Pogostemon micangensis G.Taylor
    • Pogostemon mollis Benth.
    • Pogostemon mutamba (Hiern) G.Taylor
    • Pogostemon myosuroides (Roth) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon nelsonii Doan ex Suddee & A.J.Paton
    • Pogostemon nepetoides Stapf
    • Pogostemon nigrescens Dunn
    • Pogostemon nilagiricus Gamble
    • Pogostemon paludosus Benth. – southern India
    • Pogostemon paniculatus (Willd.) Benth.
    • Pogostemon parviflorus Benth.
    • Pogostemon peethapushpum Pradeep
    • Pogostemon peguanus (Prain) Press
    • Pogostemon pentagonus (C.B.Clarke ex Hook.f.) Kuntze
    • Pogostemon petiolaris Benth.
    • Pogostemon philippinensis S.Moore
    • Pogostemon plectrantoides Desf.
    • Pogostemon pressii Panigrahi
    • Pogostemon pubescens Benth.
    • Pogostemon pumilus (Graham) Press
    • Pogostemon purpurascens Dalzell
    • Pogostemon quadrifolius (Benth.) F.Muell.
    • Pogostemon raghavendranii R.Murugan & Livingst.
    • Pogostemon reflexus Benth.
    • Pogostemon reticulatus Merr.
    • Pogostemon rogersii N.E.Br.
    • Pogostemon rotundatus Benth.
    • Pogostemon rugosus (Hook.f.) El Gazzar & L.Watson
    • Pogostemon rupestris Benth.
    • Pogostemon salicifolius (Dalzell ex Hook.f.) El Gazzar & L.Watson
    • Pogostemon sampsonii (Hance) Press
    • Pogostemon septentrionalis C.Y.Wu & Y.C.Huang
    • Pogostemon speciosus Benth.
    • Pogostemon stellatus (Lour.) Kuntze – southeast Asia, southern China, northern Australia
    • Pogostemon stocksii (Hook.f.) Press
    • Pogostemon strigosus (Benth.) Benth.
    • Pogostemon szemaoensis (C.Y.Wu & S.J.Hsuan) Press
    • Pogostemon tisserantii (Pellegr.) Bhoti & Ingr.
    • Pogostemon travancoricus Bedd.
    • Pogostemon trinervis Chermsir. ex Press
    • Pogostemon tuberculosus Benth.
    • Pogostemon velatus Benth.
    • Pogostemon vestitus Benth.
    • Pogostemon villosus (Roxb.) Benth.
    • Pogostemon wattii C.B.Clarke
    • Pogostemon wightii Benth.
    • Pogostemon williamsii Elmer
    • Pogostemon xanthiifolius C.Y.Wu & Y.C.Huang
    • Pogostemon yatabeanus (Makino) Press

    References

    1. ^ Jump up to:ab Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
    2. Jump up^ Leung A, Foster S Encyclopedia of common natural ingredients used in food, drugs and cosmetics John Wiley and Sons 1996
    3. Jump up^ The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species, retrieved June 19, 2016