Eichler system

A system of plant taxonomy, the Eichler system is an early phylogenetic or evolutionary system. It was published by August W. Eichler in :cite book|author = Eichler|year = 1883; 3rd edition|title = Syllabus der Vorlesungen über Phanerogamenkunde

According to Oudemans (1896) it is comprised of the following groups:

* A. "Cryptogamae"
*: phylum I. "Thallophyta"
*:: classis I. "Algae"
*:: classis II. "Fungi"
*:: classis III. "Lichenes"
*: phylum II. "Bryophyta"
*:: classis I. "Hepaticae"
*:: classis II. "Musci"
*: phylum III. "Pteridophyta"
*:: classis I. "Equisetinae"
*:: classis II. "Lycopodinae"
*:: classis III. "Filicinae"
* B. "Phanerogamae"
*: phylum I. "Gymnospermae"
*: phylum II. "Angiospermae"
*:: classis I. "Monocotyleae"
*:: classis II. "Dicotyleae"
*::: subclassis I. "Choripetalae"
*::: subclassis II. "Sympetalae"

: "Source" ::: cite book|author = Oudemans, C.A.J.A. |year = 1896 |title = Rangschikking der Planten in cite book| author = Oudemans, C.A.J.A. & Hugo de Vries |title = Leerboek der plantenkunde, ten gebruike bij het hooger onderwijs volume 2(2).

Note: ranks translated into Latin


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