Genetic variation in Mediterranean Helichrysum italicum (Asteraceae; Gnaphalieae): do disjunct populations of subsp. microphyllum have a common origin?

@article{GalbanyCasals2011GeneticVI,
  title={Genetic variation in Mediterranean Helichrysum italicum (Asteraceae; Gnaphalieae): do disjunct populations of subsp. microphyllum have a common origin?},
  author={Merc{\`e} Galbany-Casals and Jos{\'e} M. Blanco-Moreno and N{\'u}ria Garcia-Jacas and Ilse Breitwieser and Rob D Smissen},
  journal={Plant biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          678-87
        }
}
The yellow-flowered everlasting daisy Helichrysum italicum (Asteraceae, Gnaphalieae) is widely distributed in the Mediterranean basin, where it grows in continuous and widespread populations in diverse open habitats. Helichrysum italicum subsp. microphyllum has a disjunct distribution in the Balearic Islands (Majorca and Dragonera), Corsica, Sardinia, Crete and Cyprus. Numerous morphological intermediates between subsp. italicum and subsp. microphyllum are known from Corsica, where the two… Expand
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