A New Flora of the Pacific Northwest
A project by the Burke Museum Herbarium
Treatment Progress
Completed Treatments:
Families: 159 of 159
Genera: 1,133 of 1,133
Taxa: 5,301 of 5,301
Illustrations: 1,298 of 1,350

The tables below provide a summary of each family in the revised Flora. All treatments have now been completed. These treatments cover 159 families, 1,133 genera and 5,301 terminal taxa, representing about 800 pages of content. New illustrations have been completed for 1,298 taxa; a few additional illustrations are being done as resources allow.

The table below shows the number of genera and terminal taxa treated in each family, and the number of new illustrations completed for that family.

Last updated July 24, 2017

Completed Treatments:
Family Treatment Status Authors # Genera Treated # Taxa Treated New Illustrations Completed Comments
Ferns & Allies:  
AspleniaceaeReviewEd Alverson163 
AthyriaceaeReviewEd Alverson132 
BlechnaceaeReviewEd Alverson22(none required) 
CystopteridaceaeReviewEd Alverson251 
DennstaedtiaceaeReviewEd Alverson121 
DryopteridaceaeReviewEd Alverson2176 
EquisetaceaeReviewEd Alverson1141 
HymenophyllaceaeReviewEd Alverson111 
IsoetaceaeReviewEd Alverson174 
LycopodiaceaeReviewBen Legler6135 
MarsileaceaeReviewEd Alverson241 
OnocleaceaeReviewEd Alverson111 
OphioglossaceaeReviewBen Legler42517 
OsmundaceaeReviewEd Alverson11(none required)Included only in key to fern families
PolypodiaceaeReviewEd Alverson165 
PteridaceaeReviewEd Alverson6206 
SalviniaceaeReviewEd Alverson133 
SelaginellaceaeReviewEd Alverson183 
ThelypteridaceaeReviewEd Alverson33(none required) 
WoodsiaceaeReviewEd Alverson173 
Gymnosperms:  
CupressaceaeReviewBen Legler4165 
PinaceaeReviewBen Legler6345 
TaxaceaeReviewBen Legler121 
Dicotyledons:  
AdoxaceaeDraftBen Legler3153 
AizoaceaeReviewDavid Giblin111 
AmaranthaceaeImage PlacementDavid Giblin, Ben Legler, Peter Zika2810230Includes Chenopodiaceae; see also Sarcobataceae.
AnacardiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin251 
ApiaceaeImage PlacementDavid Giblin, Mark Darrack4115134 
ApocynaceaeReviewDavid Giblin391 
AquifoliaceaeDraftJeff Walker111 
AraliaceaeReviewDavid Giblin485 
AristolochiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin132 
AsteraceaeDraftBen Legler, Genevieve Walden, Peter Zika, Peter Lesica (Erigeron), Emma Tate (Rudbeckia), VanSusteren (Ionactis) 163691133 
BalsaminaceaeReviewPeter Zika198 
BerberidaceaeReviewBen Legler, David Giblin3115 
BetulaceaeReviewBen Legler, David Giblin3175 
BignoniaceaeReviewDavid Giblin122 
BoraginaceaeDraftDavid Giblin2412330See also Ehretiaceae, Heliotropiaceae.
BrassicaceaeReviewBen Legler7028392 
CabombaceaeReviewDavid Giblin221 
CactaceaeDraftRick McNeill382 
CampanulaceaeDraftBarry Wendling113310 
CannabaceaeReviewBen Legler354 
CaprifoliaceaeDraftBen Legler2225See also Adoxaceae, Linnaeaceae.
CaryophyllaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler3414333 
CelastraceaeReviewAlex Harkness39(none required) 
CeratophyllaceaeReviewAlex Harkness121 
CleomaceaeReviewBen Legler35(none required) 
ConvolvulaceaeDraftPeter Zika4265 
CornaceaeReviewAlex Harkness, Ben Legler154 
CrassulaceaeReviewAlex Harkness, Ben Legler, David Giblin3239 
CrossosomataceaeReviewAlex Harkness11(none required) 
CucurbitaceaeReviewDavid Giblin442 
DipsacaceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair22(none required) 
DroseraceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair253 
EhretiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
ElaeagnaceaeReviewBen Legler251 
ElatinaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler251 
EricaceaeReviewPeter Lesica26706 
EscalloniaceaeDraftBen Legler11(none required) 
EuphorbiaceaeReviewBen Legler4285 
FabaceaeReviewBen Legler3836747 
FagaceaeReviewDavid Giblin394 
GarryaceaeReviewDavid Giblin23(none required) 
GentianaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler, David Giblin113310 
GeraniaceaeReviewBen Legler2205 
GrossulariaceaeReviewAlex Harkness, David Giblin1373 
HaloragaceaeDraftPeter Zika1108 
HeliotropiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
HydrangeaceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair22(none required) 
HydrophyllaceaeReviewBen Legler6546See also Namaceae.
HypericaceaeReviewPeter Zika2139 
JuglandaceaeReviewBen Legler143 
LamiaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler, Richard Olmstead (Scutellaria)338517 
LauraceaeReviewDavid Giblin111 
LentibulariaceaeReviewDavid Giblin, Katie Sauter Messick284 
LimnanthaceaeImage PlacementDavid Giblin243 
LinaceaeReviewDavid Giblin3123 
LinderniaceaeDraftBen Legler11(none required) 
LinnaeaceaeDraftPeter Zika111 
LoasaceaeReviewDavid Giblin182 
LythraceaeReviewBen Legler373 
MalvaceaeReviewDavid Giblin13366 
MazaceaeDraftBen Legler11(none required) 
MenyanthaceaeReviewDavid Giblin331 
MolluginaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
MontiaceaeReviewBen Legler7363 
MoraceaeReviewBen Legler22(none required) 
MyricaceaeReviewDavid Giblin22(none required) 
NamaceaeReviewBen Legler13(none required) 
NitrariaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
NyctaginaceaeReviewDavid Giblin3121 
NymphaeaceaeReviewDavid Giblin262 
OleaceaeDraftJeff Walker494 
OnagraceaeDraftPeter Zika158936 
OrobanchaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler1411612 
OxalidaceaeReviewDavid Giblin16(none required) 
PaeoniaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
PapaveraceaeReviewDavid Giblin12297Includes Fumariaceae.
PaulowniaceaeReviewDavid Giblin111 
PenthoraceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair111 
PhrymaceaeReviewBen Legler44018 
PhytolaccaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
PlantaginaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler, David Giblin (Callitriche), Noel Holmgren (Penstemon)2017320Includes Callitrichaceae, Hippuridaceae.
PlumbaginaceaeReviewDavid Giblin242 
PolemoniaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler, Carolyn Ferguson (Phlox p.p.), Mark Mayfield (Phlox p.p.)159423 
PolygalaceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair111 
PolygonaceaeImage PlacementPeter Zika, David Giblin, Ben Legler (Chorizanthe, Oxytheca)1115439 
PortulacaceaeReviewBen Legler11(none required)Most taxa transferred to Montiaceae.
PrimulaceaeDraftPeter Zika94212Includes Myrsinaceae and Theophrastaceae.
RanunculaceaeReviewBen Legler2215421 
ResedaceaeReviewDavid Giblin14(none required) 
RhamnaceaeReviewDavid Giblin3144 
RosaceaeImage PlacementPeter Zika4826481 
RubiaceaeDraftValerie Soza5233 
SalicaceaeDraftNick Otting, Barbara Wilson26513 
SantalaceaeReviewBen Legler, David Giblin5217Includes Comandraceae, Thesiaceae, and Viscaeae
SapindaceaeReviewDavid Giblin2114Includes Aceraceae.
SarcobataceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
SarraceniaceaeReviewDavid Giblin242 
SaururaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
SaxifragaceaeReviewBen Legler, David Giblin248413 
ScrophulariaceaeReviewDavid Giblin493See also Linderniaceae, Mazaceae, Orobanchaceae, Phrymaceae, Plantaginaceae.
SimaroubaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
SolanaceaeReviewBen Legler11384 
TamaricaceaeReviewDavid Giblin132 
ThymelaeaceaeReviewBen Legler233 
UlmaceaeReviewBen Legler143 
UrticaceaeReviewDavid Giblin26(none required) 
ValerianaceaeReviewPeter Dunwiddie4162 
VerbenaceaeDraftJeff Walker151 
ViolaceaeDraftPeter Zika1385 
VitaceaeReviewDavid Giblin242 
ZygophyllaceaeReviewDavid Giblin22(none required) 
Monocotyledons:  
AcoraceaeReviewDavid Giblin122 
AlismataceaeReviewBen Legler4127 
AmaryllidaceaeReviewBen Legler4461 
AraceaeReviewPeter Zika10178 
AsparagaceaeReviewBen Legler, Susan Kephart (Camassia)133610 
AsphodelaceaeReviewBen Legler131 
ButomaceaeReviewDaniel M. McNair, David Giblin111 
CommelinaceaeReviewBen Legler223 
CyperaceaeReviewPeter Zika15276107 
HydrocharitaceaeReviewDavid Giblin6112 
IridaceaeReviewBen Legler5278 
JuncaceaeReviewPeter Zika28837 
JuncaginaceaeReviewDavid Giblin161 
LiliaceaeImage PlacementBen Legler, Ed Alverson (Erythronium), Jim Reveal (Calochortus)9456 
MelanthiaceaeReviewBen Legler5152 
OrchidaceaeReviewBen Legler134912 
PoaceaeDraftPeter Zika, Barbara Wilson, Nick Otting, Richard Brainerd, David Giblin11146767 
PontederiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin, Katie Sauter Messick331 
PotamogetonaceaeReviewPeter Zika3253 
RuppiaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
ScheuchzeriaceaeReviewDavid Giblin11(none required) 
SmilacaceaeDraftBen Legler12(none required)Included only in key to families
TofieldiaceaeReviewBen Legler253 
TyphaceaeReviewBen Legler2115 
ZosteraceaeReviewDavid Giblin351