New And Neglected Morphological Features in the Taxonomy of Asian Lejeunea (Marchantiophyta)

@inproceedings{Lee2014NewAN,
  title={New And Neglected Morphological Features in the Taxonomy of Asian Lejeunea (Marchantiophyta)},
  author={Gaik Ee Lee and Ahmad Damanhuri and Aishah Latiff and S Robbert Gradstein},
  year={2014}
}
The infrageneric classification of the large genus Lejeunea Lib. is poorly understood due to the lack of stable morphological characters characterizing supraspecific groups. Phenetic analysis of 26 morphological features of 31 Asian Lejeunea species separated two main species clusters based on the number of superior central cells at underleaf bases. The number of superior central cells had not previously been utilized in the classification of Lejeunea and appears to be new and stable… CONTINUE READING

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