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Reassignment of Six Polyalthia Species to the New Genus Maasia (Annonaceae): Molecular and Morphological Congruence

Recently published molecular phylogenies of the Annonaceae have confirmed the long-held hypothesis that the large paleotropical genus Polyalthia is polyphyletic. Species previously assigned to Polyalthia are now known to belong to up to six distinct, generally well-supported clades. Three members of... Full description

Journal Title: Systematic botany 2008, Vol.33 (3), p.490-494
Main Author: Mols, Johan B
Other Authors: Keßler, Paul J. A , Rogstad, Steven H , Saunders, Richard M. K
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title: Reassignment of Six Polyalthia Species to the New Genus Maasia (Annonaceae): Molecular and Morphological Congruence
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  • Mols, Johan B
  • Keßler, Paul J. A
  • Rogstad, Steven H
  • Saunders, Richard M. K
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  • Botany
  • Branches
  • Evolution
  • Genera
  • Identification and classification
  • Magnoliidae
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  • NOMENCLATURE
  • Phylogenetics
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  • Phylogeny (Botany)
  • Plant morphology
  • Plant names
  • Plants
  • Pollen
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  • SYNAPOMORPHY
  • SYSTEMATICS
  • TAXONOMY
ispartof: Systematic botany, 2008, Vol.33 (3), p.490-494
description: Recently published molecular phylogenies of the Annonaceae have confirmed the long-held hypothesis that the large paleotropical genus Polyalthia is polyphyletic. Species previously assigned to Polyalthia are now known to belong to up to six distinct, generally well-supported clades. Three members of a group of six species previously referred to as the Polyalthia hypoleuca complex form a monophyletic group (with 99% bootstrap support) that is only distantly related to the other species of Polyalthia sampled. Putative morphological synapomorphies are assessed, and justification provided for validating a new generic name, Maasia. Six species names in the Polyalthia hypoleuca complex are accordingly transferred to Maasia: M. discolor, M. glauca, M. hypoleuca, M. multinervis, M. ovalifolia, and M. sumatrana.
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abstractRecently published molecular phylogenies of the Annonaceae have confirmed the long-held hypothesis that the large paleotropical genus Polyalthia is polyphyletic. Species previously assigned to Polyalthia are now known to belong to up to six distinct, generally well-supported clades. Three members of a group of six species previously referred to as the Polyalthia hypoleuca complex form a monophyletic group (with 99% bootstrap support) that is only distantly related to the other species of Polyalthia sampled. Putative morphological synapomorphies are assessed, and justification provided for validating a new generic name, Maasia. Six species names in the Polyalthia hypoleuca complex are accordingly transferred to Maasia: M. discolor, M. glauca, M. hypoleuca, M. multinervis, M. ovalifolia, and M. sumatrana.
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