schliessen

Filtern

 

Bibliotheken

Poissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation

The Peruvian Poissonia eriantha is segregated from peripatric Poissonia orbicularis and reinstated as the third unifoliolate species of Poissonia and the second from the Apurimac River basin in Peru. Poissonia eriantha is distinguished phenotypically and by DNA sequences from the ITS and cpDNA trnD-... Full description

Journal Title: Systematic botany 2011, Vol.36 (1), p.59-68
Main Author: Pennington, R. Toby
Other Authors: Daza, Aniceto , Reynel, Carlos , Lavin, Matt
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects:
Age
Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: American Society of Plant Toxonomists
ID: ISSN: 0363-6445
Link: https://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=US201400128431
Zum Text:
SendSend as email Add to Book BagAdd to Book Bag
Staff View
recordid: cdi_gale_infotracacademiconefile_A249692419
title: Poissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation
format: Article
creator:
  • Pennington, R. Toby
  • Daza, Aniceto
  • Reynel, Carlos
  • Lavin, Matt
subjects:
  • Age
  • Beans
  • Biological taxonomies
  • Botany
  • Cactaceae
  • cacti and succulents
  • chloroplast DNA
  • Coalescence
  • Dispersal Limitation
  • Dry forests
  • dry tropics
  • evolution
  • Fabaceae
  • Genetic aspects
  • genetic variation
  • Geographic Phylogenetic Structure
  • geographical distribution
  • Identification and classification
  • indigenous species
  • internal transcribed spacers
  • interspecific variation
  • Leaves
  • Legumes
  • Mimosaceae
  • niches
  • Nomenclature
  • Phylogenetic Niche Conservatism
  • Phylogenetics
  • Plant genetics
  • plant morphology
  • Plants
  • rivers
  • Seasonally Dry Tropical Woodlands
  • Tropical forests
  • Vegetation
  • watersheds
  • Woodlands
ispartof: Systematic botany, 2011, Vol.36 (1), p.59-68
description: The Peruvian Poissonia eriantha is segregated from peripatric Poissonia orbicularis and reinstated as the third unifoliolate species of Poissonia and the second from the Apurimac River basin in Peru. Poissonia eriantha is distinguished phenotypically and by DNA sequences from the ITS and cpDNA trnD-T region and morphology. This overlooked species is known from the type specimen and a recent collection from north of the Apurimac River in westcentral Cuzco where seasonally dry tropical forest vegetation predominates that is rich in succulent taxa (e.g. Cactaceae). Poissonia orbicularis is known from downstream along the Apurimac River and is disjunct further north along the Mantaro River, all within the same kind of seasonally dry vegetation. This seemingly small geographic distinction belies large genetic and phenotypic differences, a finding that may be most common to species groups confined to seasonally dry Neotropical forest vegetation. The case of Poissonia eriantha exemplifies the potentially high degree of niche conservatism and dispersal limitation that seasonally dry succulent-rich woodlands can impose on its constituent lineages.
language: eng
source: Alma/SFX Local Collection
identifier: ISSN: 0363-6445
fulltext: fulltext
issn:
  • 0363-6445
  • 1548-2324
url: Link


@attributes
NO1
SEARCH_ENGINEprimo_central_multiple_fe
SEARCH_ENGINE_TYPEPrimo Central Search Engine
RANK2.2533314
LOCALfalse
PrimoNMBib
record
control
sourceidgale_cross
recordidTN_cdi_gale_infotracacademiconefile_A249692419
sourceformatXML
sourcesystemPC
ingidaspt/sb/2011/00000036/00000001/art00008
galeidA249692419
jstor_id23028950
sourcerecordidA249692419
originalsourceidFETCH-LOGICAL-b485t-fc4999ac38a75a63d8a3cd2460ddaa8e028077be6132d788069f901f8a2506733
addsrcrecordideNqFkctuEzEUhkcIJEJhzwbhJUik-DLjjNlUUWgBKUojhSB21onHHhxm7Mh2itK36ZvidEoXlQB74SP__r9zcVG8JPiUcIzfY8YZL0tCvlcVI6x6VIxIVdZjymj5uBgd5XHWq6fFsxi3GGPBMRkVN0tvY_TOAtLBgks_AL2Z63bfW-cj6LfIBN-j2f5a-XdoqcP-A5o6dHmlQ-f9T92g1U4rqyNau0aHqHzIMaAlpKSDQ96gBYTgf6HzrPc2Zpbve-9Q8milIaeGrjugj-GAFtqn4HdWQYe-6VYnSNa758UTA13UL-7Ok2J9cf519nk8v_z0ZTadjzdlXaWxUaUQAhSrYVIBZ00NTDW05LhpAGqNaY0nk43mhNFmUteYCyMwMTXQCvMJYyfF6cBtodPSOpOLAZX3sWzlnTY2309pKbigJRHZgAeDCj7GoI3cBdtDOEiC5fFP5MM_yRb-wKLs0GXOZbt_GV8Nxm1MPtwnoiy3JSqc9cWgW9dql0Bu_T7kyUZplYS4S3-Qlbxi3BFJMSVYYC5JbkU22sC-SzJBkO21jHUGnv0FeEuLm0wgROLbxfhdgImEkI7BkfB6IBjwEtpgo1yvsqnMr2hd5rbuJ76xPs_3_-P7DfXO32o
sourcetypeAggregation Database
isCDItrue
recordtypearticle
display
typearticle
titlePoissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation
sourceAlma/SFX Local Collection
creatorPennington, R. Toby ; Daza, Aniceto ; Reynel, Carlos ; Lavin, Matt
creatorcontribPennington, R. Toby ; Daza, Aniceto ; Reynel, Carlos ; Lavin, Matt
descriptionThe Peruvian Poissonia eriantha is segregated from peripatric Poissonia orbicularis and reinstated as the third unifoliolate species of Poissonia and the second from the Apurimac River basin in Peru. Poissonia eriantha is distinguished phenotypically and by DNA sequences from the ITS and cpDNA trnD-T region and morphology. This overlooked species is known from the type specimen and a recent collection from north of the Apurimac River in westcentral Cuzco where seasonally dry tropical forest vegetation predominates that is rich in succulent taxa (e.g. Cactaceae). Poissonia orbicularis is known from downstream along the Apurimac River and is disjunct further north along the Mantaro River, all within the same kind of seasonally dry vegetation. This seemingly small geographic distinction belies large genetic and phenotypic differences, a finding that may be most common to species groups confined to seasonally dry Neotropical forest vegetation. The case of Poissonia eriantha exemplifies the potentially high degree of niche conservatism and dispersal limitation that seasonally dry succulent-rich woodlands can impose on its constituent lineages.
identifier
0ISSN: 0363-6445
1EISSN: 1548-2324
2DOI: 10.1600/036364411X553135
languageeng
publisherAmerican Society of Plant Toxonomists
subjectAge ; Beans ; Biological taxonomies ; Botany ; Cactaceae ; cacti and succulents ; chloroplast DNA ; Coalescence ; Dispersal Limitation ; Dry forests ; dry tropics ; evolution ; Fabaceae ; Genetic aspects ; genetic variation ; Geographic Phylogenetic Structure ; geographical distribution ; Identification and classification ; indigenous species ; internal transcribed spacers ; interspecific variation ; Leaves ; Legumes ; Mimosaceae ; niches ; Nomenclature ; Phylogenetic Niche Conservatism ; Phylogenetics ; Plant genetics ; plant morphology ; Plants ; rivers ; Seasonally Dry Tropical Woodlands ; Tropical forests ; Vegetation ; watersheds ; Woodlands
ispartofSystematic botany, 2011, Vol.36 (1), p.59-68
rights
0Copyright 2011 by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists
1Copyright 2011 The American Society of Plant Taxonomists
2COPYRIGHT 2011 American Society of Plant Taxonomists
lds50peer_reviewed
citedbyFETCH-LOGICAL-b485t-fc4999ac38a75a63d8a3cd2460ddaa8e028077be6132d788069f901f8a2506733
links
openurl$$Topenurl_article
openurlfulltext$$Topenurlfull_article
thumbnail$$Usyndetics_thumb_exl
backlink$$Uhttps://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=US201400128431$$DView record in FAO AGRIS
search
creatorcontrib
0Pennington, R. Toby
1Daza, Aniceto
2Reynel, Carlos
3Lavin, Matt
title
0Poissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation
1Systematic botany
descriptionThe Peruvian Poissonia eriantha is segregated from peripatric Poissonia orbicularis and reinstated as the third unifoliolate species of Poissonia and the second from the Apurimac River basin in Peru. Poissonia eriantha is distinguished phenotypically and by DNA sequences from the ITS and cpDNA trnD-T region and morphology. This overlooked species is known from the type specimen and a recent collection from north of the Apurimac River in westcentral Cuzco where seasonally dry tropical forest vegetation predominates that is rich in succulent taxa (e.g. Cactaceae). Poissonia orbicularis is known from downstream along the Apurimac River and is disjunct further north along the Mantaro River, all within the same kind of seasonally dry vegetation. This seemingly small geographic distinction belies large genetic and phenotypic differences, a finding that may be most common to species groups confined to seasonally dry Neotropical forest vegetation. The case of Poissonia eriantha exemplifies the potentially high degree of niche conservatism and dispersal limitation that seasonally dry succulent-rich woodlands can impose on its constituent lineages.
subject
0Age
1Beans
2Biological taxonomies
3Botany
4Cactaceae
5cacti and succulents
6chloroplast DNA
7Coalescence
8Dispersal Limitation
9Dry forests
10dry tropics
11evolution
12Fabaceae
13Genetic aspects
14genetic variation
15Geographic Phylogenetic Structure
16geographical distribution
17Identification and classification
18indigenous species
19internal transcribed spacers
20interspecific variation
21Leaves
22Legumes
23Mimosaceae
24niches
25Nomenclature
26Phylogenetic Niche Conservatism
27Phylogenetics
28Plant genetics
29plant morphology
30Plants
31rivers
32Seasonally Dry Tropical Woodlands
33Tropical forests
34Vegetation
35watersheds
36Woodlands
issn
00363-6445
11548-2324
fulltexttrue
rsrctypearticle
creationdate2011
recordtypearticle
recordideNqFkctuEzEUhkcIJEJhzwbhJUik-DLjjNlUUWgBKUojhSB21onHHhxm7Mh2itK36ZvidEoXlQB74SP__r9zcVG8JPiUcIzfY8YZL0tCvlcVI6x6VIxIVdZjymj5uBgd5XHWq6fFsxi3GGPBMRkVN0tvY_TOAtLBgks_AL2Z63bfW-cj6LfIBN-j2f5a-XdoqcP-A5o6dHmlQ-f9T92g1U4rqyNau0aHqHzIMaAlpKSDQ96gBYTgf6HzrPc2Zpbve-9Q8milIaeGrjugj-GAFtqn4HdWQYe-6VYnSNa758UTA13UL-7Ok2J9cf519nk8v_z0ZTadjzdlXaWxUaUQAhSrYVIBZ00NTDW05LhpAGqNaY0nk43mhNFmUteYCyMwMTXQCvMJYyfF6cBtodPSOpOLAZX3sWzlnTY2309pKbigJRHZgAeDCj7GoI3cBdtDOEiC5fFP5MM_yRb-wKLs0GXOZbt_GV8Nxm1MPtwnoiy3JSqc9cWgW9dql0Bu_T7kyUZplYS4S3-Qlbxi3BFJMSVYYC5JbkU22sC-SzJBkO21jHUGnv0FeEuLm0wgROLbxfhdgImEkI7BkfB6IBjwEtpgo1yvsqnMr2hd5rbuJ76xPs_3_-P7DfXO32o
startdate201101
enddate201101
creator
0Pennington, R. Toby
1Daza, Aniceto
2Reynel, Carlos
3Lavin, Matt
general
0American Society of Plant Toxonomists
1American Society of Plant Taxonomists
scope
0FBQ
1AAYXX
2CITATION
sort
creationdate201101
titlePoissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation
authorPennington, R. Toby ; Daza, Aniceto ; Reynel, Carlos ; Lavin, Matt
facets
frbrtype5
frbrgroupidcdi_FETCH-LOGICAL-b485t-fc4999ac38a75a63d8a3cd2460ddaa8e028077be6132d788069f901f8a2506733
rsrctypearticles
prefilterarticles
languageeng
creationdate2011
topic
0Age
1Beans
2Biological taxonomies
3Botany
4Cactaceae
5cacti and succulents
6chloroplast DNA
7Coalescence
8Dispersal Limitation
9Dry forests
10dry tropics
11evolution
12Fabaceae
13Genetic aspects
14genetic variation
15Geographic Phylogenetic Structure
16geographical distribution
17Identification and classification
18indigenous species
19internal transcribed spacers
20interspecific variation
21Leaves
22Legumes
23Mimosaceae
24niches
25Nomenclature
26Phylogenetic Niche Conservatism
27Phylogenetics
28Plant genetics
29plant morphology
30Plants
31rivers
32Seasonally Dry Tropical Woodlands
33Tropical forests
34Vegetation
35watersheds
36Woodlands
toplevel
0peer_reviewed
1online_resources
creatorcontrib
0Pennington, R. Toby
1Daza, Aniceto
2Reynel, Carlos
3Lavin, Matt
collection
0AGRIS
1CrossRef
jtitleSystematic botany
delivery
delcategoryRemote Search Resource
fulltextfulltext
addata
au
0Pennington, R. Toby
1Daza, Aniceto
2Reynel, Carlos
3Lavin, Matt
formatjournal
genrearticle
ristypeJOUR
atitlePoissonia eriantha (Leguminosae) from Cuzco, Peru: An Overlooked Species Underscores a Pattern of Narrow Endemism Common to Seasonally Dry Neotropical Vegetation
jtitleSystematic botany
date2011-01
risdate2011
volume36
issue1
spage59
epage68
pages59-68
issn0363-6445
eissn1548-2324
notes
0http://dx.doi.org/10.1600/036364411X553135
10363-6445(20110222)36:1L.59;1-
abstractThe Peruvian Poissonia eriantha is segregated from peripatric Poissonia orbicularis and reinstated as the third unifoliolate species of Poissonia and the second from the Apurimac River basin in Peru. Poissonia eriantha is distinguished phenotypically and by DNA sequences from the ITS and cpDNA trnD-T region and morphology. This overlooked species is known from the type specimen and a recent collection from north of the Apurimac River in westcentral Cuzco where seasonally dry tropical forest vegetation predominates that is rich in succulent taxa (e.g. Cactaceae). Poissonia orbicularis is known from downstream along the Apurimac River and is disjunct further north along the Mantaro River, all within the same kind of seasonally dry vegetation. This seemingly small geographic distinction belies large genetic and phenotypic differences, a finding that may be most common to species groups confined to seasonally dry Neotropical forest vegetation. The case of Poissonia eriantha exemplifies the potentially high degree of niche conservatism and dispersal limitation that seasonally dry succulent-rich woodlands can impose on its constituent lineages.
pubAmerican Society of Plant Toxonomists
doi10.1600/036364411X553135
tpages10