A community‐derived classification for extant lycophytes and ferns

@article{Schuettpelz2016ACC,
  title={A community‐derived classification for extant lycophytes and ferns},
  author={Eric Schuettpelz and Harald Schneider and Alan R. Smith and Peter H. Hovenkamp and Jefferson Prado and Germinal Rouhan and Alexandre Salino and Michael A. Sundue and Tha{\'i}s Elias Almeida and Barbara Parris and Emily B Sessa and Ashley Raymond Field and Andre Luis de Gasper and Carl J. Rothfels and Michael D. Windham and Marcus Lehnert and Benjamin Dauphin and Atsushi Ebihara and Samuli Lehtonen and Pedro Schwartsburd and Jordan S. Metzgar and Li-bing Zhang and Li-Yaung Kuo and Patrick J. Brownsey and Masahiro Kato and Marcelo D. Arana and Francine Costa Assis and Michael S. Barker and David S. Barrington and Ho-Ming Chang and Yi-Han Chang and Yi-Shan Chao and Cheng-Wei Chen and De-Kui Chen and Wen-liang Chiou and Vin{\'i}cius Antonio de Oliveira Dittrich and Yi-Fan Duan and J Y Dubuisson and Donald R. Farrar and Susan Fawcett and Jose Mar{\'i}a Gabriel y Gal{\'a}n and Luiz Armando de Ara{\'u}jo G{\'o}es-Neto and Jason R. Grant and Amanda L Grusz and Christopher H. Haufler and Warren D. Hauk and Hai He and Sabine Hennequin and Regina Y. Hirai and Layne Huiet and Michael Kessler and Petra Korall and Paulo H. Labiak and Anders Larsson and Blanca Le{\'o}n and Chun-Xiang Li and Fay-Wei Li and Melanie A. Link-P{\'e}rez and Hong‐Mei Liu and Ngan Thi Lu and Esteban I Meza-Torres and Xin-Yuan Miao and Robbin Craig Moran and Claudine M. Mynssen and Nathalie S. Nagalingum and Benjamin {\O}llgaard and Alison M. Paul and Jovani B. S. Pereira and Leon R. Perrie and M. M{\'o}nica Ponce and Tom A. Ranker and Christian Schulz and Wataru Shinohara and Alexandr Shmakov and Erin M. Sigel and Filipe Soares de Souza and Lana da Silva Sylvestre and Weston L. Testo and Luz Amparo Triana-Moreno and Chie Tsutsumi and Hanna Tuomisto and Iv{\'a}n A. Valdespino and Alejandra Vasco and Raquel Stauffer Viveros and Alan S. Weakley and Ran Wei and Stina Weststrand and Paul G Wolf and George A Yatskievych and Xiao-Gang Xu and Yue-Hong Yan and Liang Zhang and Xian-Chun. Zhang and Xin-Mao Zhou},
  journal={Journal of Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={54}
}
Phylogeny has long informed pteridophyte classification. As our ability to infer evolutionary trees has improved, classifications aimed at recognizing natural groups have become increasingly predictive and stable. Here, we provide a modern, comprehensive classification for lycophytes and ferns, down to the genus level, utilizing a community‐based approach. We use monophyly as the primary criterion for the recognition of taxa, but also aim to preserve existing taxa and circumscriptions that are… Expand
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