Comment from 2006
Stevens observes that "Although Rosoideae and Pyroideae are well-supported clades, little can yet be said of larger patterns of relationship in the rest of the family".
The subfamily breakdown here does not yet include all the genera on the overview.
Many recent changes
There have been a lot of changes, particularly the Potter et al. paper from 2007 (see Wikipedia), and the 2011 change to the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants, which specifies that the subfamily known variously as Maloideae, Pyroideae, and Spiraeoideae can only be correctly called Amygdaloideae. The changes are very great, and because there are no citations given here, I don't know what to do about the tribe names. I can, however, add a red link for the new subfamily: Dryadoideae. Sminthopsis84 (talk) 21:23, 28 March 2013 (UTC)
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