List of subfamilies and genera of Apocynaceae

Description of rare animals (写生珍禽图), by Song dynasty painter Huang Quan (903–965)

List of subfamilies and genera of the dogbane family Apocynaceae.

- List of subfamilies and genera of Apocynaceae

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Apocynaceae

Family of flowering plants that includes trees, shrubs, herbs, stem succulents, and vines, commonly known as the dogbane family, because some taxa were used as dog poison.

Alstonia scholaris, arrangement of leaves
A. Rhigospira quadrangularis, portion of a plant. Fig. 1, the inflorescence. Fig. 2, a flower: both natural size. Fig. 3, the corolla in bud, showing the pyramidal form of the erect segments in aestivation. Fig. 4, the same cut open when expanded, showing their simple sinistrorse convolution and the nearly basal position of the stamens: both magnified. Fig. 5, the calyx, disk, very short style, clavuncle, and stigmata, natural size. Fig.6, the same, magnified. mFig. 7, a stamen, much magnified.
Acokanthera oblongifolia
Adenium obesum
Allamanda cathartica
Alstonia scholaris
Alyxia oliviformis
Amsonia tabernaemontana
Ancylobothrys capensis
Apteranthes burchardii
Asclepias curassavica
Caralluma acutangula
Caralluma europaea
Caralluma socotrana
Cascabela thevetia (syn. Thevetia peruviana)
Catharanthus roseus
Cerbera manghas
Cryptolepis dubia
Holarrhena pubescens
Hoodia gordonii
Hoya carnosa
Mandevilla boliviensis
Nerium oleander
Ochrosia borbonica
Pachypodium lamerei
Pachypodium lamerei growth habit
Periploca graeca
Plumeria rubra
Rhabdadenia madida
Rauvolfia serpentina
Saba senegalensis
Secamone alpini
Stapelia gigantea
Strophanthus speciosus
Tabernaemontana divaricata
Tabernanthe iboga in flower and fruit.
Trachelospermum jasminoides
Vinca minor
Wrightia tinctoria
Wrightia antidysenterica
Wrightia tinctoria single flower
Acokanthera oblongifolia
Adenium obesum
Adenium obesum dehiscence of single fruit.
Allamanda cathartica
Alstonia scholaris
Alyxia oliviformis
Ancylobothrys capensis
Asclepias syriaca dehiscent follicles (before unfurling of pappi)
Asclepias curassavica dehiscent follicles shedding seeds with unfurled pappi
Cerbera manghas
Cryptolepis dubia
Holarrhena pubescens
Hoodia gordoniI
Mandevilla boliviensis
Nerium oleander (dehiscence)
Ochrosia borbonica
Pachypodium namaquanum
Periploca graeca
Plumeria alba
Rauvolfia serpentina
Saba senegalensis unripe fruit
Saba senegalensis: dissection of ripe, edible fruit
Secamone parvifolia
Stapelia gigantea
Strophanthus speciosus (dehiscence)
Tabernaemontana catharinensis (dehiscence)
Tabernanthe iboga
Thevetia peruviana
Thevetia peruviana: dissection of toxic fruits.
Trachelospermum jasminoides (dehiscence)
Trachelospermum jasminoides: individual seeds, showing pappus
Vinca major (seeds)
Vinca minor: botanical plate showing paired fruits (no. 5)
Wrightia tinctoria
Adenium obesum growth habit of wild specimens, Tanzania
Adenium obesum close-up of colossal specimen, Ghana
Adenium obesum trunk of extreme pachycaul specimen, Socotra
Pachypodium lamerei wild specimen of maximum height (approx {{convert|6 |m|ft|abbr=on}}) attained by species
Pachypodium lamerei in flower
Pachypodium lamerei mature, multi-trunked specimen cultivated in glasshouse
Pachypodium namaquanum

A list of Apocynaceae genera may be found here.