A genus‐level phylogenetic linear sequence of monocots

@article{TriasBlasi2015AGP,
  title={A genus‐level phylogenetic linear sequence of monocots},
  author={A. Trias-Blasi and W. Baker and A. Haigh and D. Simpson and O. Weber and P. Wilkin},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2015},
  volume={64},
  pages={552-581}
}
This paper provides an up-to-date linear sequence of monocot families and genera (excluding Orchidaceae and Poaceae) based on current phylogenetic evidence. The sequence is provided in a numbered list of each of the 1225 genera in 75 monocot families, together with a complementary alphabetical list. The sequence represents a standardized tool for the organisation of monocot herbarium collections. 

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