A molecular phylogeny of the subtribe Sporobolinae and a classification of the subfamily Chloridoideae (Poaceae)

@inproceedings{Peterson2017AMP,
  title={A molecular phylogeny of the subtribe Sporobolinae and a classification of the subfamily Chloridoideae (Poaceae)},
  author={Paul M. Peterson and Konstantin Romaschenko and Yolanda Herrera Arrieta and Jeffery M. Saarela},
  year={2017}
}
The classi cation of the subtribe Sporobolinae containing the following six genera is poorly understood: Calamovilfa ( ve species endemic to North Amer i ca), Crypsis (11 species endemic to Asia and Africa), Psilolemma (one species endemic to Africa), Spartina (17 species centered in North Amer i ca), Sporobolus (186 species distributed worldwide), and Thellungia (one species from Africa and Asia). The goal of this study was to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the Sporobolinae using… Expand

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