Misodendrum punctulatum, Santalales, Nothofagus antarctica, Schoepfiaceae, Opiliaceae
Misodendrum is a genus of hemiparasites which grow as mistletoes on various species of Nothofagus. Its species are all restricted to South America. The name of the genus is incorrectly spelt in a number of ways, including Misodendron and Myzodendron.
Misodendrum is placed in its own family, Misodendraceae, in the order Santalales.
These plants have the common name of feathery mistletoes.
As of May 2015, The Plant List accepts the following species:Misodendrum angulatum Phil.
Misodendrum brachystachyum DC.
Misodendrum gayanum Tiegh.
Misodendrum linearifolium DC.
Misodendrum macrolepis Phil.
Misodendrum oblongifolium DC.
Misodendrum punctulatum Banks ex DC.
Misodendrum quadriflorum DC.