Crespo, Ana; Gavilan, R; Elix, John; Gutiierrez, G
Morphological and chemical data from 64 genera of Parmeliaceae, including the most common genera in Europe, were analysed by means of neighbour-joining and parsimony analysis. Two presence/absence matrices were constructed, one for the 64 genera and a smaller one for the most common European genera. Probabilities were too low to allow grouping of the genera and only a few pairs of genera had a probability of >50% for both matrices. A molecular matrix (nuclear rDNA-ITS) of the most common genera...[Show more]
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