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A new family placement for Australian blue squill, Chamaescilla: Xanthorrhoeaceae (Hemerocallidoideae), not Asparagaceae
Chamaescilla is an endemic Australian genus, currently placed in the Asparagaceae, alongside other Australian endemic taxa in the tribe Lomandroideae. A recent molecular phylogeny indicated aExpand
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Is south-western Western Australia a centre of origin for eastern Australian taxa or is the centre an artefact of a method of analysis? A comment on Hakea and its supposed divergence over the past 12
Abstract. Lamont et al. (2016) concluded that the Australian sclerophyllous genus Hakea (Proteaceae) arose 18 million years ago in the South West of Western Australia (SWA) and dispersed 18 times toExpand
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Plastid phylogenomic analysis of tribe Myoporeae (Scrophulariaceae)
This study presents an analysis of plastomes to assess relationships among the seven genera of tribe Myoporeae (Scrophulariaceae). Sampling included individuals from type species for all seven generaExpand
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