Biosystematics of two sympatric species ofEucharis (Amaryllidaceae)

@article{Meerow2004BiosystematicsOT,
  title={Biosystematics of two sympatric species ofEucharis (Amaryllidaceae)},
  author={Alan William Meerow},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={166},
  pages={11-30}
}
Eucharis candida andE. formosa are two often sympatric species of bulbous geophytes restricted to neotropical rain forest understory. The species are most common in eastern Ecuador, and are the only two east Ecuadorean species of the genus found north of the Pastaza valley. Data from phenetic, karyotypic, and preliminary isozyme electrophoretic analyses of both species are represented. The species are distinguishable phenetically and karyologically, but isozyme-based relationships are more… CONTINUE READING
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