A new species of Lindsaea (Lindsaeaceae, Polypodiopsida) from Mt. Hamiguitan, Mindanao, Philippines

  title={A new species of Lindsaea (Lindsaeaceae, Polypodiopsida) from Mt. Hamiguitan, Mindanao, Philippines},
  author={Dirk Nikolaus Karger and Samuli Lehtonen and Victor B. Amoroso and Michael Kessler},
A new species of Lindsaea from the Philippines, Lindsaea hamiguitanensis is described. The phylogenetic relationships of L. hamiguitanensis were analysed by sequencing trnL-trnF and trnH-psbA intergenic spacer regions and performing a cladistic analysis of the Lindsaea section Schizoloma . Lindsaea hamiguitanensis groups together with L. bouillodii and L . cf. cambodgensis , from which it differs morphologically by the length of its petioles and the entire pinnules, as well as genetically by… Expand
Lindsaea linduensis (Lindsaeaceae, Polypodiales), a new fern species from Sulawesi, Indonesia
An updated key to the species group to which this species belongs is provided and it is provided that L. repens var. Expand
Vaccinium hamiguitanense (Ericaceae), a new species from the Philippines
The new species is endemic to Mt. Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in Davao Oriental Province of Mindanao Island in Tropical Upper Montane Rain Forest and low (“bonsai”) forest on clay derived from ultramafic rock and assigned an IUCN Red List preliminary status as Data Deficient. Expand
Molecular phylogeny of the genus Bikkia (Rubiaceae) including a new endemic Philippine inland forest species Bikkia montoyae
T he genus Bikkia Reinw. (Rubiaceae) was formerly described as heterogeneous in terms of its habitat and corolla shape. Subsequently, a group of New Caledonian endemics was transferred to a genus ofExpand
Species Richness and Conservation Status of Ferns and Lycophytes in Mt . Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Santuary , Davao Oriental , Philippines
The diversity of Philippines vascular plants includes an estimated 1,100 species of ferns and lycophytes distributed among 154 genera and 34 families, according to recent classifications (e.g. SmithExpand
Phytotaxa 100: The rise of a major journal in systematic and taxonomic botany
Phytotaxa 100 is published, marking an important milestone in the history of this journal of botanical taxonomy and reviewing its development in the past, especially against the objectives that are set for PhytOTaxa. Expand
Diversity of pholcid spiders (Araneae: Pholcidae) in selected areas of Southeastern Mindanao, Philippines
Pholcidae is one of the species-rich spider families. However, pholcid spiders are poorly studied in Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines. In this study, selected areas of southeasternExpand
Spesies richness of Orchidaceae in Selo Resort Mount Merbabu National Park Central Java
Mount Merbabu National Park with an area management system into 5 resort areas, namely Selo, Wonolelo, Pakis, Kopeng, Ampel and diversity in these places is highly and still sustainable. One of theExpand
The diversity of wild orchids in the southern slope of Mount Merapi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia eight years after the 2010 eruption
Kurniawan FY, Putri F, Suyoko A, Masyhuri H, Sulistianingrum MP, Semiarti E. 2020. The diversity of wild orchids in the southern slope of Mount Merapi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia eight years after theExpand


Phylogenetics and classification of the pantropical fern family Lindsaeaceae
The evolutionary history of the Lindsaeaceae is studied by simultaneously optimizing 55 morphological characters, two plastid genes (rpoC1 and rps4) and three non-coding plASTid intergenic spacers (trnL-F, rps 4-trnS and trnH-psbA) and finding six well-supported and diagnostic clades that can be recognized as genera. Expand
Inventory and conservation of endangered, endemic and economically important flora of hamiguitan range, southern Philippines
Assessment of the flora of Mt Hamiguitan revealed 8 species asnew record in Mindanao and one species as new record in the Philippines, and species richness was highest in the montane forest and lowest in typical mossy forest. Expand
Hamiguitan Range: A sanctuary for native flora.
The result of the study showed that the five vegetation types of Mt. Hamiguitan harbor a number of endangered, endemic, and rare species of plants, which would serve as basis for the formulation of policies for the protection and conservation of these species and their habitats before these plants become extinct. Expand
TNT, a free program for phylogenetic analysis
Through the use of a number of native commands and a simple but powerful scripting language, TNT allows the user an enormous flexibility in phylogenetic analyses or simulations. Expand
MUSCLE: multiple sequence alignment with high accuracy and high throughput.
  • R. Edgar
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nucleic acids research
  • 2004
MUSCLE is a new computer program for creating multiple alignments of protein sequences that includes fast distance estimation using kmer counting, progressive alignment using a new profile function the authors call the log-expectation score, and refinement using tree-dependent restricted partitioning. Expand
For analysis of large matrices, parsimony jackknifing is hundreds of thousands of times faster than extensive branch‐swapping, yet is better able to screen out poorly‐supported groups. Expand
  • Flora Malesiana, series
  • 1971
Phylogenetics and classification of the Phytotaxa
  • Bulletin Singapore
  • 2010