Revision of the Infrageneric Classification of Lobelia L. (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae)

@inproceedings{Lammers2011RevisionOT,
  title={Revision of the Infrageneric Classification of Lobelia L. (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae)},
  author={Thomas G. Lammers},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The infrageneric classification of the cosmopolitan genus Lobelia L. (Campanulaceae) is revised via synthesis of diverse phenotypic data. The 415 species are divided among 18 sections (numbers of included species are given in parentheses): Lobelia sect. Delostemon (E. Wimm.) J. Murata (44); Lobelia sect. Holopogon Benth. (14); Lobelia sect. Colensoa (Hook. f.) J. Murata (1); Lobelia sect. Cryptostemon (E. Wimm.) J. Murata (10); Lobelia sect. Stenotium (C. Presl) Lammers (144); Lobelia… 
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