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A cladistic study of North American Coreopsis (Asteraceae: Heliantheae)
Author(s): R. K. Jansen, E. B. Smith, D. J. Crawford
Journal: Plant Systematics and Evolution
Article Topic(s): Systematics, Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Coreopsis basalis (Goldenmane tickseed), Coreopsis gladiata (Coastal plain tickseed), Coreopsis integrifolia (Fringeleaf tickseed), Coreopsis lanceolata (Lanceleaf coreopsis), Coreopsis leavenworthii (Common tickseed), Coreopsis linifolia (Texas tickseed), Coreopsis major (Greater tickseed), Coreopsis pubescens (Star tickseed), Coreopsis tinctoria (Plains coreopsis), Coreopsis verticillata (Threadleaf coreopsis),
AbstractEvaluates the pylogeny of North American Coreopsis species. The genus is divided into 11 monophyletic sections. The results indicate two lineages in North America, one occurring largely in California and Mexico and the other restricted to the eastern and southeastern US.
Suggested CitationR. K. Jansen, E. B. Smith, and D. J. Crawford. "A cladistic study of North American Coreopsis (Asteraceae: Heliantheae)." Plant Systematics and Evolution 157.1-2 (1987): 73-84.