Named After Boccone
- The genus Bocconia L.
Among others, the following species:
- Achillea bocconii W.D.J.Koch (Achillea, Asteraceae)
- Alsine bocconi Scheele (= Spergularia bocconi (Scheele) Graebn.) (Alsine, Caryophyllaceae)
- Chiliadenus bocconei Brullo (= Jasonia bocconei (Brullo) M.Pardo & R.Morales) (Chiliadenus, Jasonia, Asteraceae)
- Eryngium bocconi Lam. (Eryngium, Apiaceae)
- Euphrasia bocconi Guss. (= Odontites bocconei (Guss.) Walp.) (Euphrasia, Odontites, Scrophulariaceae)
- Heliotropium bocconi Guss. (Heliotropium, Boraginaceae)
- Helleborus bocconei Ten. (Helleborus, Ranunculaceae)
- Jurinea bocconi Guss. (Jurinea, Asteraceae)
- Seseli bocconi Guss. (Seseli, Apiaceae)
- Tanacetum bocconii Sch.Bip. (Tanacetum, Asteraceae)
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