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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
293Anatomy of a soapberry forest from the lower San Pedro, ArizonaBiogeographyMcNair, Daniel; Andresen, Celeste; Rocha, Dawn; Sakeva, Shanelle; Villarreal, Anthony; Tu'tsi, Trent; Powell, Chuck.soapberry
Sapindus saponaria L.
Sapindaceae
clonal forests
mesquite bosque
ethnobotany
traditional ecological knowledge
399A New Phylogeny and Biogeographic History Reconstruction for Coccoloba (Polygonaceae)BiogeographyKoenemann, Daniel; Burke, Janelle.biogeography
Coccoloba
phylogeny
maximum likelihood
Parsimony
Mesoamerica
Caribbean 
Brazil
638A phylogenetic and morphological analysis of biogeography and dispersal mechanism evolution in Channel Islands endemic Malacothrix (Asteraceae)BiogeographyLujan, Theresa; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Baldwin, Bruce; Lee, Joongku; Guilliams, C. Matt; Guilliams, C. Matt.Malacothrix
phylogeny
morphology
biogeography
California Channel Islands
730Around the world in 30 million years: Phylogeny and biogeography of Tecomeae (Bignoniaceae)BiogeographyRagsac, Audrey; Fabre, Paige; Sarkinen, Tiina; Olmstead, Richard.Tecomeae
Bignoniaceae
phylogeny
biogeography
systematics
185Bioclimatology of Evergreen Sclerophyll WoodlandBiogeographyGreller, Andrew.Evergreen Sclerophyll Woodland
979Biogeography and diversity of the striped wintergreen, Chimaphila maculata L. (Ericaceae)BiogeographyJolles, Diana; Stoughton, Thomas.biogeography
disjunct
morphometry
Mexico
Eastern Forest
speciation
systematics
Ericaceae
Chimaphila
microclimate
570Biogeography of Tibouchina s.s.: identifying the origins of cerrado and campos rupestres plant diversityBiogeographyJantzen, Johanna; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.biogeography
Cerrado
Campos rupestres
Tibouchina
Melastomataceae
Tepui
617Biogeography of Vochysiaceae: a phylogenomic approachBiogeographyGoncalves, Deise; Ortiz, Edgardo; Shimizu, Gustavo; Jansen, Robert; Jansen, Robert; Simpson, Beryl.Neotropical
Afrotropical
disjunction
vicariance
dispersal
West Gondwana
462Can we predict the range of an edaphic specialist tree using soil indicators?BiogeographySimmons, Tracey; Betancourt, Austin; Carter, Benjamin; Misiewicz, Tracy.geographic species distribution
amazon rainforest
habitat specialization
tropical trees
Soil
1029Climatic and edaphic adaptation of tetraploid wild yarrow (Achillea millefolium aggregate, Asteraceae) in the Black Hills and Great Plains, USABiogeographyRamsey, Justin; Ramsey, Tara.polyploidy
adaptation
phenology
ecophysiology
Asteraceae
364Comparative phylogeographic methods to inform conservation of endemic Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae) in the Hengduan Mountains of ChinaBiogeographyMeek, Jared; Eaton, Deren; Ree, Richard.phylogenomics
conservation
alpine flora
1064Comparing effects of niche conservatism and niche evolution in Citharexylum (Verbenaceae)BiogeographyFrost, Laura; Olmstead, Richard.Citharexylum
Verbenaceae
neotropics
biogeography
Niche Conservatism
niche evolution
diversification
360Does hybrid Phragmites australis differ from native and introduced lineages in reproductive, genetic, and morphological traits?BiogeographyWilliams, Jared; Lambert, Adam; Long, Randy; Saltonstall, Kristin.phragmites
hybrid
Southwest
452Ecological, biogeographic, and physiological drivers of diversification in Abildgaardieae (Cyperaceae)BiogeographySpalink, Daniel; Larridon, Isabel; Roalson, Eric.C4
Cyperaceae
Fire
diversification
community assembly
Pyrome
Soil
Edaphic evolution
Niche Conservatism
savanna
893Ecological niche modeling of Loranthaceae haustorial morphology across AustraliaBiogeographyTrang, Kenneth; Calvin, Clyde; Wilson, Carol.biogeography
trait evolution
climatic niche
haustorium
mistletoes
746Eurasian continent vicariance shaped Asarum Sect. Heterotropa diversity and biogeographyBiogeographyZUO, Lei; Freudenstein, John.Asarum
Heterotropa
biogeography
859Evolutionary history of angiosperms across the NeotropicsBiogeographyMarx, Hannah; Dick, Christopher; Smith, Stephen.
210Genetic diversity and population structure in Chrysolepis chrysophylla (giant chinquapin; Fagaceae): SSRs vs SNPsBiogeographyWillyard, Ann; Bower, Andrew; Hipkins, Valerie; DeWoody, Jennifer A.RAD-seq
SNP
microsatellite
Chrysolepis
genetic diversity
Fagaceae
giant chinquapin
180Habitat Specialization, Landscape Heterogeneity, and the Fitness Consequences of DispersalBiogeographyOldfather, Meagan; Emery, Nancy.dispersal
habitat specialization
Lasthenia
vernal pools
643Historical Biogeography of Physocarpus opulifolius s.l. (Rosaceae): Implications for the Flora of Colorado and the Southwestern USBiogeographyDignan, Audrey; Bruederle, Leo.Historical Biogeography
climatic niche modeling
eastern woodland-prairie
Physocarpus
964Historical biogeography of the rock daisies (tribe Perityleae; Asteraceae) in the sky island archipelagos of the southwest U.S. and northern MexicoBiogeographyLichter Marck , Isaac H; Baldwin, Bruce.aridification
Asteraceae
biogeography
dispersal
Edaphic evolution
Compositae
deserts
islands
paleoclimate
Perityleae
phylogenomics
rock daisies
Sky islands
550Investigating speciation of Iris subgenus xiphium through phylogenomics with a biogeographic focusBiogeographyBoosalis, Zoe A.; Wilson, Carol; Sandor, Michael.biogeography
Ecological niche
Iridaceae
Phylogenetics
810Lichens and allied fungi of Nunavut: establishing a baseline in a changing environmentBiogeographyMcMullin, Troy; Gillespie, Lynn; Saarela, Jeffery; Sokoloff, Paul.lichen
Arctic
biogeography
taxonomy
climate change
bioindicators
1028Look who just moved in next door!: Understanding geographical patterns in Neotropical Ruellia (Acanthaceae)BiogeographyRose, Jeff; Tripp, Erin.Ruellia
Acanthaceae
sympatry
neotropics
216Mitochondrial phylogeography of the ponderosa pines in the USA and MexicoBiogeographyWillyard, Ann; Gernandt, David; Langer, Stephen K; Lopez Reyes, Alejandro; Potter, Kevin M.biogeography
Jeffrey pine
Mexico
mitochondrial capture
Pinaceae
Pinus ponderosa
Ponderosae
Sabinianae
sympatry
western United States
555Patterns of Biogeography & Diversification in the Scrub Mint Clade (Lamiaceae) using target enrichmentBiogeographyNaranjo, Andre; Gitzendanner, Matt; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.endemism
biogeography
diversification
north american coastal plain
phylogenetic diversity
206Patterns of gypsum endemism in CoahuilaBiogeographyMoore, Michael; Douglas, Norman; Ochoterena, Helga; Flores Olvera, Hilda.gypsum
Coahuila
Mexico
Chihuahuan Desert
phylogeny
phylogeography
gene flow
Pleistocene
84Phylogeny, Historical Biogeography, and Divergence Time Estimates of Eucnide (Loasaceae)BiogeographyBrindley, Josh; Roalson, Eric; Hufford, Larry.biogeography
desert
Loasaceae
Eucnide
systematics
526Phylogeny and Historical Biogeography of South American Marsh Pitcher Plants, Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae) BiogeographyLiu, Sukuan; Smith, Stacey.Heliamphora
carnivorous plant
Phylogenetics
Tepuis
484Phylogeography and Propagule Bacterial Diversity Across the Florida Range of Red Mangroves (Rhizophora mangle; Rhizophoraceae)BiogeographyScherer, Brendan; Mast, Austin.phylogeography
RADseq
mangrove
endophytes
16S
bacteria
616Regions of endemism and chorotypes in SC USA based on species of Texas floraBiogeographySaghatelyan, Anna.endemism
chorotypes
chorionomy
SC US
Texas
708Spatial phylogenetic diversity of native vascular plants in the Mojave National PreserveBiogeographyBerkowitz, Dean; Ekwealor, Jenna T. B.; McClure, Sheila; Mishler, Brent.biogeography
deserts
Phylogenetics
evolution
biodiversity
474Standing on a Red Rock scanning a Desert Sea: the biogeography of central AustraliaBiogeographyJobson, Peter C..biogeography
Australia
desert
496Taxonomic literature is functional! Using herbarium resources to investigate functional traits across the African continentBiogeographyHarris, Timothy; Mulligan, Mark; Brummitt, Neil.functional traits
Africa
functional diversity

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