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DISTRIBUTION AND PHYLOGENY OF ERIOGONOIDEAE ( POLYGONACEAE )

@inproceedings{Eriogonum2018DISTRIBUTIONAP,
  title={DISTRIBUTION AND PHYLOGENY OF ERIOGONOIDEAE ( POLYGONACEAE )},
  author={Eriogonum and Michx},
  year={2018}
}
—Eriogonoideae is a subfamily of the knotweed family, Polygonaceae, endemic to the New World, and is composed of 14 genera and perhaps 320 species. It differs primarily from the other members of Polygonaceae in lacking well-defined sheathing stipules or ochrea. The species of Eriogonoideae vary from tiny, fragile annuals to herbaceous perennials, low subshrubs or shrubs to large and often arborescent shrubs. The seemingly most primitive extant genus of the subfamily is Eriogonum (247 species… 
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