Somaliland and Somalia
Some of the genera previously included in the Capparaceae are now included in the Cleomaceae. Most members of the Capparaceae sensu stricto have a distinct gynopore and their fruits are never winged winged or globose nuts
Fici, S, M. Thulin, & L.E. Kers (1993). Capparaceae [sensu lato]. In: M. Thulin, Flora of Somalia 1, pp. 37-60. Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK. Reproduced with permission..
S. Fici, M. Thulin, and L.E. Kers (2017). Capparaceae (revised interpretation) genera, in: KeyBase: Flora of Somaliland and Somalia, <https://keybase.rbg.vic.gov.au/keys/show/8017> [Seen: 24-09-2023].
KeyBase (2023). Flora of Somaliland and Somalia: Capparaceae (revised interpretation) genera. https://keybase.rbg.vic.gov.au/keys/show/8017 [Seen: 24-09-2023].