• Corpus ID: 82438971

Taxonomy of Complaya, Elaphandra, Iogeton, Jefea, Wamalchitamia, Wedelia, Zexmenia, and Zyzyxia (Compositae-Heliantheae-Ecliptinae)

  title={Taxonomy of Complaya, Elaphandra, Iogeton, Jefea, Wamalchitamia, Wedelia, Zexmenia, and Zyzyxia (Compositae-Heliantheae-Ecliptinae)},
  author={Thomas G. Lammers},
New xenophytes from the Canary Islands (Gran Canaria and Tenerife; Spain)
Current fieldwork in Gran Canaria and Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) yielded new chorological data for several non-native vascular plant species, some of which are considered naturalized and/or potentially invasive.
Areas of endemism of two biogeographic provinces in central Mexico based on their endemic Asteraceae: a conservation proposal
The Transmexican Volcanic Belt (TVB) and the Balsas Basin (BB), situated in central Mexico, stand out for their species richness and endemism. Documenting patterns of distribution of endemism is
A new species of Sphagneticola (Asteraceae: Ecliptinae) from Indonesia
A new species, Sphagneticola annua (Asteraceae: Ecliptinae) is described from the coast of Wetar Island, Indonesia. It differs from the four other species in this genus in having an annual lifeform,
Novos registros de espécies da subtribo Ecliptinae (Heliantheae - Asteraceae) para a Amazônia brasileira
The following seven species of the subtribe Ecliptinae found in the states of Acre, Amapa, Amazonas, Para and Rondonia have been recorded at the Brazilian Amazonia, for the first time: Acmella
Lipochaeta and Melanthera (Asteraceae: Heliantheae subtribe Ecliptinae): establishing their natural limits and a synopsis
Melanthera is delimited by an abruptly narrowed to truncate and flattened top of the achene, (0−)1–15(−20) often unequal, ciliate or barbellate, caducous pappus bristles immediately surrounding the corolla, involucral bracts and receptacular paleae with many veins forming longitudinal striations, and n=15.
Heliantheae sensu lato (Asteraceae), clades and classification
  • P. Karis
  • Biology
    Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • 2004
The interrelationships within theHeliantheae s. lato and the closely relatedEupatorieae are analyzed and discussed. The basis to this discussion is a cladistic analysis of 141 morphological