Transfers to Simsia and description of Davilanthus, a new genus of Asteraceae (Heliantheae)

@article{Schilling2010TransfersTS,
  title={Transfers to Simsia and description of Davilanthus, a new genus of Asteraceae (Heliantheae)},
  author={E. Schilling and J. Panero},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2010},
  volume={62},
  pages={309-320}
}
  • E. Schilling, J. Panero
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Brittonia
  • Taxonomic changes are made to reflect a reassessment of morphology based on the results of molecular phylogenetic studies. A new genus, Davilanthus, is described to include six species that collectively form the sister group to Simsia, and includes the following species transferred from Viguiera: Davilanthus davilae, Davilanthus hidalgoanus, Davilanthus hypargyreus, Davilanthus huajuapanus, Davilanthus purpusii, and Davilanthus sericeus. Three species formerly placed in Viguiera ser… CONTINUE READING
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