A taxonomic revision of the genus Pauridia (Hypoxidaceae) in southern Africa

@article{Snijman2014ATR,
  title={A taxonomic revision of the genus Pauridia (Hypoxidaceae) in southern Africa},
  author={D. A. Snijman},
  journal={Phytotaxa},
  year={2014},
  volume={182},
  pages={1-114}
}
Pauridia , a genus confined to southern Africa, Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, is distinguished from other genera of Hypoxidaceae by the synapomorphic mucilage canals above the vascular bundles of the leaves and the disulcate, micro-echinate pollen grains, apart from the secondarily derived trisulcate state in one of the Australian species. The majority of species (86%) are endemic to southern Africa, mostly in seasonally damp sites within the winter rainfall and all-year-round rainfall… Expand

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