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Type: Artigo
Title: Generic classification of amaryllidaceae tribe hippeastreae
Author: García, Nicolás
Meerow, Alan W.
Arroyo‐Leuenberger, Silvia
Oliveira, Renata S.
Dutilh, Julie H.
Soltis, Pamela S.
Judd, Walter S.
Abstract: A robust generic classification for Amaryllidaceae has remained elusive mainly due to the lack of unequivocal diagnostic characters, a consequence of highly canalized variation and a deeply reticulated evolutionary history. A consensus classification is proposed here, based on recent molecular phylogenetic studies, morphological and cytogenetic variation, and accounting for secondary criteria of classification, such as nomenclatural stability. Using the latest sutribal classification of Hippeastreae (Hippeastrinae and Traubiinae) as a foundation, we propose the recognition of six genera, namely Eremolirion gen. nov., Hippeastrum, Phycella s.l., Rhodolirium s.str., Traubia, and Zephyranthes s.l. A subgeneric classification is suggested for Hippeastrum and Zephyranthes to denote putative subclades. In Hippeastrum, we recognize H. subg. Hippeastrum and H. subg. Tocantinia. In Zephyranthes, Z. subg. Eithea, Z. subg. Habranthus, Z. subg. Myostemma (= core Rhodophiala clade), Z. subg. Neorhodophiala subg. nov., and Z. subg. Zephyranthes are recognized. Descriptions, synonymy, taxonomic keys, and new combinations are provided for each genus and subgenus
metadata.dc.description.abstractalternative: classification; herb; ; nomenclature; phylogenetics; phytogeography; taxonomy; ; Asparagales; Habranthus; Hippeastrum; Magnoliophyta; Phycella; Rhodophiala; ;
Subject: Análise filogenética
Fitogeografia
Classificação
Amaryllidaceae
Hippeastrum
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Wiley
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1002/tax.12062
Address: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/tax.12062
Date Issue: Jun-2019
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