Global phylogeny and biogeography of the fern genus Ctenitis (Dryopteridaceae), with a focus on the Indian Ocean region.

@article{Hennequin2017GlobalPA,
  title={Global phylogeny and biogeography of the fern genus Ctenitis (Dryopteridaceae), with a focus on the Indian Ocean region.},
  author={Sabine Hennequin and Germinal Rouhan and Alexandre Salino and Yifan Duan and Marie-Capucine Lepeigneux and Marguerite Guillou and Stephen W. Ansell and Tha{\'i}s Elias Almeida and Li‐Bing Zhang and Harald Schneider},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={112},
  pages={
          277-289
        }
}
The diverse and pantropical genus Ctenitis, in the Dryopteridaceae, has been largely ignored in phylogenetic studies until now. In this study, we fill in this gap by reconstructing the first comprehensive phylogeny of the genus including 53 species currently recognized in the genus Ctenitis, among which seven species formerly were assigned to the genus Pseudotectaria and one to Heterogonium. Special emphasis was given to the sampling of species occurring in the African-Indian Ocean region. The… 
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