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Record number 481250
Title A decade of uncertainty: Resolving the phyologenetic position of Diclinanona (Annonaceae), inlcuding taxonomic notes and a key to the species
Author(s) Erkens, R.H.J.; Chatrou, L.W.; Chaowasku, T.; Westra, L.I.T.; Maas, J.W.; Maas, P.J.M.
Source Taxon 63 (2014)6. - ISSN 0040-0262 - p. 1244 - 1252.
DOI https://doi.org/10.12705/636.34
Department(s) EPS
Biosystematics
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) palms sheds light - historical biogeography - global biogeography - evolution - diversification - speciation - genus - taxa - biodiversity - convergence
Abstract The molecular phylogenetic placement of Diclinanona (Annonaceae) has been debated in the literature for a decade. On the basis of morphological studies the genus was thought to be related to genera now all placed in subfam. Annonoideae. This early hypothesis was supported by the first phylogenetic analyses of Annonaceae. However, more recently a placement in subfam. Malmeoideae was hypothesised based on an analysis of more plastid data, thus contradicting older but also new morphological findings and previous phylogenetic work. The current study uses newly sequenced plastid data for two species of Diclinanona to show that the earlier hypothesised placement was correct and discusses the (little) anatomical and morphological data on Diclinanona that is available in a phylogenetic framework. Furthermore, an online revision of the three species of Diclinanona is presented in order to update the taxonomic knowledge of this genus.
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