Cladorama is an alternative term for the family tree in textual criticism. See Pieter van Reenen and Margot van Mulken (1996, 84).
Etymology: The word was coined as a previously unattested Greek compound κλαδόραμα from κλάδος ‘branch’ and ὄραμα ‘that which is seen, sight, spectacle’.
– Reenen, Pieter van, and Margot van Mulken, eds. 1996. Studies in Stemmatology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.