Re-shaping Mallotus [Part 1]: Expanded circumscription and revision of the genus Cordemoya (Euphorbiaceae)

@article{Sierra2006ReshapingM,
  title={Re-shaping Mallotus [Part 1]: Expanded circumscription and revision of the genus Cordemoya (Euphorbiaceae)},
  author={S.E.C. Sierra and M. Aparicio and K.K.M. Kulju and Živa Fi{\vs}er and Peter C. Welzen and R.W.J.M. van der Ham},
  journal={Blumea},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={519-540}
}
A recent phylogenetic study based on DNA sequence data detected a well-supported clade of a number of Mallotus species together with the genus Cordemoya. This clade is distinct from the large Mallotus s.s. clade. In this paper, Cordemoya (formerly monotypic with C. integrifolia from the Mascarene Islands) is expanded with sixteen additional species previously assigned to Mallotus. Taxa transferred to Cordemoya are: Mallotus sections Hancea and Oliganthae from Asia and M. baillonianus, M… 

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