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Taxonomic value of seed characters in Calandrinia sensu lato (Portulacaceae)


, : Taxonomic value of seed characters in Calandrinia sensu lato (Portulacaceae). Multequina ( 5): 91-110

Seed characters of species belonging to Calandrinia sensu lato (Portulacaceae) are taxonomically evaluated. The attributes are analysed with multivariate methods. Some groups are consistent with the classifications at generic and intrageneric levels.


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