Phylogenetics of Maxillariinae (Orchidaceae)


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This study is a continuation of our work on other subtribes of the tribe Maxillarieae, especially subtribes Oncidiinae and Stanhopeinae.

INTRODUCTION TO MAXILLARIINAE

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The following is taken from the References Cited section of an NSF grant proposal submitted in 2001 and applies more to the proposal than to a comprehensive list of references on Maxillariinae. We have added a reference or two as our colleagues have pointed our extremely serious omissions to the literature that have appeared after the proposal was submitted. The papers by Blanco et al., 2007, and Whitten et al., 2007, contain more up to date references.
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