The resurrection of Neohattoria Kamim. (Jubulaceae, Marchantiophyta): a six decade systematic conflict resolved through a molecular perspective

@article{Larran2015TheRO,
  title={The resurrection of Neohattoria Kamim. (Jubulaceae, Marchantiophyta): a six decade systematic conflict resolved through a molecular perspective},
  author={J. Larra{\'i}n and Benjamin E Carter and B. Shaw and J. Hentschel and Lynika S. Strozier and T. Furuki and J. Heinrichs and B. Crandall-Stotler and J. Engel and M. von Konrat},
  journal={PhytoKeys},
  year={2015},
  pages={101 - 122}
}
Abstract The systematic placement of Frullania herzogii has been contentious since its description six decades ago. Over the years it has been interpreted as either a member of the genus Frullania or segregated into its own genus, Neohattoria, due to morphological similarities with both Frullania and Jubula. Here we provide molecular evidence that supports the recognition of the genus Neohattoria and its inclusion within the Jubulaceae, together with Jubula and Nipponolejeunea. Jubulaceae are… Expand

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