Evolution of the coastal neospecies Zieria prostrata (Rutaceae) and its relationship to the Zieria smithii species complex
The endangered plant Zieria prostrata J.A.Armstrong (Rutaceae) is known from only four coastal headlands in northern New South Wales, Australia. The discovery of another headland Zieria form, Z. sp. aff. smithii, raised questions about the taxonomic status of Z. prostrata and its relationship to the Z. smithii Jacks. species complex. Morphometrics was used as the primary tool for investigating the relationship between Z. prostrata and the Z. smithii species complex, while a genetic study...[Show more]
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