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Elaphoglossum nidusoides (Dryopteridaceae), a New Species of Fern from Madagascar with an Unusual Phylogenetic Position in the Squamipedia Group

A fern from Madagascar is described and illustrated as a new species, Elaphoglossum nidusoides. We investigated its phylogenetic relationships within Elaphoglossum based on analyses of three non-coding plastid loci (trnL-trnF, rps4-trnS, atpB-rbcL) in 30 species representative of the diversity of th... Full description

Journal Title: Systematic botany 2007, Vol.32 (2), p.227-235
Main Author: Rouhan, Germinal
Other Authors: Rakotondrainibe, France , Moran, Robbin C
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Language: English
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Publisher: Laramie WY 82071, USA: American Society of Plant Taxonomists
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title: Elaphoglossum nidusoides (Dryopteridaceae), a New Species of Fern from Madagascar with an Unusual Phylogenetic Position in the Squamipedia Group
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  • Rouhan, Germinal
  • Rakotondrainibe, France
  • Moran, Robbin C
subjects:
  • Biological taxonomies
  • descriptions
  • DNA fingerprinting
  • ELAPHOGLOSSUM
  • Elaphoglossum marojejyense
  • Elaphoglossum nidusoides
  • Evolution
  • FERN
  • Ferns
  • ferns and fern allies
  • genetic variation
  • geographical distribution
  • leaves
  • loci
  • MADAGASCAR
  • NEW SPECIES
  • Phylogenetics
  • PHYLOGENY
  • plant anatomy
  • Plant morphology
  • plant taxonomy
  • Plants
  • plastids
  • Research s
  • Rhizomes
  • SQUAMIPEDIA
  • Taxa
  • ultrastructure
ispartof: Systematic botany, 2007, Vol.32 (2), p.227-235
description: A fern from Madagascar is described and illustrated as a new species, Elaphoglossum nidusoides. We investigated its phylogenetic relationships within Elaphoglossum based on analyses of three non-coding plastid loci (trnL-trnF, rps4-trnS, atpB-rbcL) in 30 species representative of the diversity of the sections in the genus. Our results show that E. nidusoides belongs to section Squamipedia. This is an unexpected phylogenetic position because the new species has a short-creeping rhizome, phyllopodia, fronds glabrous or nearly so and more than 15 cm long, and lacks the characteristic peg-like aerophores on the rhizome. Nevertheless, its position as sister to another Malagasy species, E. marojejyense, is supported by the succulent fronds.
language: eng
source: Alma/SFX Local Collection
identifier: ISSN: 0363-6445
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abstractA fern from Madagascar is described and illustrated as a new species, Elaphoglossum nidusoides. We investigated its phylogenetic relationships within Elaphoglossum based on analyses of three non-coding plastid loci (trnL-trnF, rps4-trnS, atpB-rbcL) in 30 species representative of the diversity of the sections in the genus. Our results show that E. nidusoides belongs to section Squamipedia. This is an unexpected phylogenetic position because the new species has a short-creeping rhizome, phyllopodia, fronds glabrous or nearly so and more than 15 cm long, and lacks the characteristic peg-like aerophores on the rhizome. Nevertheless, its position as sister to another Malagasy species, E. marojejyense, is supported by the succulent fronds.
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