Cutting up the climbers: Evidence for extensive polyphyly in Friesodielsia (Annonaceae) necessitates generic realignment across the tribe Uvarieae

@article{Guo2017CuttingUT,
  title={Cutting up the climbers: Evidence for extensive polyphyly in Friesodielsia (Annonaceae) necessitates generic realignment across the tribe Uvarieae},
  author={X. Guo and Paul H. Hoekstra and C. C. Tang and D. C. Thomas and J. Wieringa and L. Chatrou and R. M. Saunders},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2017},
  volume={66},
  pages={3-19}
}
  • X. Guo, Paul H. Hoekstra, +7 authors R. M. Saunders
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Taxon
  • Friesodielsia and the closely related genera Dasymaschalon, Desmos, Exellia, Gilbertiella and Monanthotaxis (Annonaceae subfamily Annonoideae tribe Uvarieae) are taxonomically problematic, with obscure generic delimitations and poorly known phylogenetic relationships. The present study addresses the polyphyletic status of Friesodielsia, using two nuclear and five chloroplast DNA regions to resolve this taxonomic confusion by circumscribing strictly monophyletic genera across the tribe. Bayesian… CONTINUE READING
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