Last modified on 11 March 2015, at 10:45


Creates a formatted list of links to genus categories.

For subgenus/nothogenus, simply add rank=subgenus or =nothogenus.

Takes up to 1600 names. Use {{genera}} if you have less than 200 names.

Note: if you want to edit this template, first try your modifications on {{Genera2/sandbox}}.You can then test your edits in {{Genera2/testcases}}.
When the new version is ready, you can move it to the main template.


{{Genera2|Craniolaria|Ibicella|Martynia|Proboscidea (Martyniaceae)|source=MSW|accessdate=2012-03-29}}


Note: prefixing a name with "†" will add the symbol before it to designate it as extinct.
Note: in case of disambiguated category (like Proboscidea (Martyniaceae)) provide the name with parentheses



Optional parametersEdit

  • Use |rank=subgenus to list subgenus
  • Use |source=<WebSiteShortName> to display the source of this genus list. See Taxasource/doc for the complete list of managed WebSiteShortName
    • Use |name=<TaxonName> with |source= to specify the taxon name if the current category/gallery name is not exactly the taxon name (In article "Vanda (Orchidaceae)" use name=Vanda)
    • Use |source2=<WebSiteShortName> to provide additional sources
    • Use |ref=<reference> if your source is not managed by {{Taxasource}}
  • Use |accessdate=<yyyy-mm-dd> to provide the date of the retrieval of the data
  • Use |note=<note> to add the a note at the bottom of the list (such as "This list may be incomplete" or further clarification on the sources used to create the list).
  • Use |title=<title> to change the text "Included genera:" (Warning, If you set the title, the title will not change with the user language)
  • Use |<genusName> to display that <genusName> is extinct (|<genusName>|<genusName>=† is Deprecated)

Usage examplesEdit

See alsoEdit

  • concurrent templates for other ranks:
    • {{subspecies}} - to list subspecies or varieties in the format G. s. subspecies
    • {{species}} - to list species or nothospecies in the format G. species
    • {{species2}} - to list a huge number of species or nothospecies in a more compact way
    • {{genera}} - to list genera or subgenera
    • {{taxa}} - to list higher ranks taxa (families, orders...)
    • {{SimpleTaxa}} - a simplified version of {{Taxa}} and {{Genera}} to use in notes
  • templates used by current one: