THE CONTROL OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION IN DARWINIA

@article{Briggs1964THECO,
  title={THE CONTROL OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION IN DARWINIA},
  author={B. G. Briggs},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1964},
  volume={18}
}
The genus Darwinia (Myrtaceae, Chamelaucieae) is endemic in Australia where it is most prominently developed in the southwestern regions of the continent. The present study concerns ten closely allied species, constituting the D. fascicularis group, which are almost entirely limited to the coast and tablelands of New South Wales (fig. 1). The morphological differences among the species and comments on the distributional patterns are given in a taxonomic treatment by Briggs (1962). Cytological… Expand
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