Lanonia (Arecaceae: Palmae), a New Genus from Asia, with a Revision of the Species

@inproceedings{Henderson2011LanoniaP,
  title={Lanonia (Arecaceae: Palmae), a New Genus from Asia, with a Revision of the Species},
  author={Andrew Henderson and Christine D. Bacon},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract A recent phylogenetic study based on molecular data indicates that Licuala (Arecaceae: Palmae) is not monophyletic. A highly supported group of species is resolved separately from Licuala and the rest of the Livistoninae, and is closely related to Johannesteijsmannia, requiring that the segregate group be placed in a new genus. In this study a phylogeny based on seven gene regions resolves highly supported generic relationships of the Livistoninae. A survey of Licuala specimens from… 

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