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Plant Systematics and Evolution

, Volume 176, Issue 1–2, pp 75–123 | Cite as

Taxonomy and phylogeny of the tribeInuleae (Asteraceae)

  • Arne A. Anderberg
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Abstract

The interrelationships of the tribeInuleae s. str. have been analysed with a computerized parsimony program (Hennig 86), using theArctotideae as functional outgroup. The results are illustrated with a cladogram and a strict consensus tree. A detailed character discussion is presented. Descriptions of all genera are supplied with brief notes on distribution, references to chemical investigations, and chromosome numbers. Lists of recognized species are also presented in connection to each genus, respectively. 21 new combinations are made, one new genus,XerolekiaA. Anderb., is described,Mollera is reduced to a synonym ofCalostephane, and the genusDuhaldea is resuscitated.Anisopappus was found to be a paraphyletic basal group in the tribe. The paleate generaAsteriscus, Nauplius, Ighermia, Buphthalmum, andXerolekia form one monophyletic group,Inula and other, similar genera were found to constitute the ancestral complex of thePulicaria group.

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Angiosperms Asteraceae Inuleae s. str. Cladistics phylogeny taxonomy 

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  • Arne A. Anderberg
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  1. 1.Department of Phanerogamic BotanySwedish Museum of Natural HistoryStockholmSweden

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