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Plants of the Greater Cape Floristic Region volume 2: The Extra Cape Flora.
- D. A. Snijman
Phylogeny of Amaryllidaceae tribe Amaryllideae based on nrDNA ITS sequences and morphology.
We present the results of cladistic analyses of morphology, nrDNA ITS sequences, and a combination of the two for tribe Amaryllideae of the Amaryllidaceae. The morphologically based analysis supports… Expand
Molecular phylogenetics of Hypoxidaceae--evidence from plastid DNA data and inferences on morphology and biogeography.
- A. Kocyan, D. A. Snijman, +5 authors P. Rudall
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
- 1 July 2011
Phylogenetic relationships of the monocot family Hypoxidaceae (Asparagales), which occurs mainly in the Southern Hemisphere, were reconstructed using four plastid DNA regions (rbcL, trnL intron,… Expand
1478) Proposal to conserve the name Boophone Herbert with that spelling (Amaryllidaceae)
(1793) Proposal to Conserve the Name Amaryllidaceae against Alliaceae, a "Superconservation" Proposal
unknown that Megalographa (type: M. hysterina) was not a member o? Graphidaceae (Staiger, I.e.: 471). Creographa, with transversely septate ascospores, should have been listed among the names… Expand
The genus Pauridia (Hypoxidaceae) amplified to include Hypoxis sect. Ianthe , Saniella and Spiloxene , with revised nomenclature and typification
Recent phylogenetic analyses show that the species of the southern African genera Pauridia, Saniella and Spiloxene and the Australian, Tasmanian and New Zealand Hypoxis sect. Ianthe form a highly… Expand
A taxonomic revision of the genus Pauridia (Hypoxidaceae) in southern Africa
- D. A. Snijman
- 14 October 2014
Pauridia , a genus confined to southern Africa, Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, is distinguished from other genera of Hypoxidaceae by the synapomorphic mucilage canals above the vascular bundles… Expand