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Hacia una filogenia de Aristolochia y sus congeneres neotropicales

@article{Garavito1997HaciaUF,
  title={Hacia una filogenia de Aristolochia y sus congeneres neotropicales},
  author={Favio Antonio Gonz{\'a}lez Garavito},
  journal={Caldasia},
  year={1997},
  volume={19},
  pages={115-130}
}
A cladistic approach to the Neotropical Aristolochiaceae, based on 41 morphological characters, was conducted to evaluate the phylogeny of Aristolochia sect. Gymnolobus Duchartre along with the other two genera of the subfamily Aristolochiodeae sensu Schmidt (1935), Euglypha Chodat & Hassler, and Holostylis Duchartre. A single cladogram was obtained, in which the genus Aristolochia is shown to be paraphyletic; the basal branch within the ingroup is Aristolochia ser. Thyrsicae F. Gonzalez… 
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