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Alignments and phylogenetic tree from: A new endemic species of Loasa ser. Macrospermae from northern Chile

Citation

Santilli, Ludovica et al. (2022), Alignments and phylogenetic tree from: A new endemic species of Loasa ser. Macrospermae from northern Chile, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3ffbg79mw

Abstract

Alignments used for the phylogenetic work and raw phylogenetic trees obtained.

A new species of Loasa, endemic‌ ‌to‌ ‌the‌ ‌northern ‌Andes‌ ‌‌of‌ ‌Chile‌ is described and evaluated, under the IUCN criteria for conservation, as critically endangered. Molecular analyses based on plastid markers place the new species within the Loasa ser. Macrospermae, with high support, and specifically as sister to Loasa acerifolia. A key to and comparative plates including all the 13 known species of Loasa ser. Macrospermae, are provided.

Methods

Please see the README document ("README_Dataset_Santilli_et_al_2022_SystBot.md") and the accompanying published article: Santilli, L, Lavandero N, De Schrevel C, Dandois P, Acuña-Castillo R (2022). A new endemic species of Loasa ser. Macrospermae from northern Chile. Systematic Botany 

Usage Notes

Please see the README document ("README_Dataset_Santilli_et_al_2022_SystBot.md") and the accompanying published article: Santilli, L, Lavandero N, De Schrevel C, Dandois P, Acuña-Castillo R (2022). A new endemic species of Loasa ser. Macrospermae from northern Chile. Systematic Botany 

 

Funding

N/A