Systematics of the high mountain taxa of the genus Sideritis L. section Sideritis, subsection Fruticulosae Obón & D. Rivera (Lamiaceae)

@article{Rivera1999SystematicsOT,
  title={Systematics of the high mountain taxa of the genus Sideritis L. section Sideritis, subsection Fruticulosae Ob{\'o}n & D. Rivera (Lamiaceae)},
  author={D. Rivera and C. Ob{\'o}n and F. Alcaraz and R. Llorach},
  journal={Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={129},
  pages={249-265}
}
Abstract Section Sideritis is an extremely diversified group which is formed mainly by species growing at low altitude. The group of high altitude taxa of this section is polyphyletic and has been taxonomically divided in different subsections in which these taxa appear normally associated with low-lying planitiary ones, the latter being the probable ancestors. The subsections comprising high altitude taxa are: subsect. Gymnocarpae , subsect. Fruticulosae ; subsect. Hyssopifoliae , subsect… Expand
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