Towards a monophyletic classification of Lejeuneaceae IV: reinstatement of Allorgella, transfer of Microlejeunea aphanella to Vitalianthus and refinements of the subtribal classification

@article{Bechteler2015TowardsAM,
  title={Towards a monophyletic classification of Lejeuneaceae IV: reinstatement of Allorgella, transfer of Microlejeunea aphanella to Vitalianthus and refinements of the subtribal classification},
  author={Julia Bechteler and Gaik Ee Lee and Alfons Sch{\"a}fer‐Verwimp and Tam{\'a}s P{\'o}cs and Denilson Fernandes Peralta and Matt A. M. Renner and Harald Schneider and Jochen Heinrichs},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2015},
  volume={302},
  pages={187 - 201}
}
The classification of Lejeuneeae, the most speciose tribe of the largely epiphytic leafy liverwort family Lejeuneaceae, is deemed notoriously difficult and hampered by extensive morphological homoplasy. We employed sequences of two chloroplast regions (trnL-trnF, rbcL) and the nuclear ribosomal ITS region of several critical taxa to explore their phylogenetic position. Based on our phylogenetic analyses and accompanying morphological investigations, we transfer Microlejeunea aphanella to… 

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