A new phylogenetic hypothesis for Cereinae (Cactaceae) points to a monophyletic subtribe

Mariana Ramos Fantinati, Patricia Soffiatti & Alice Calvente
Cereinae comprises 14 genera distributed in Neotropical dry forest formations such as in the Caatingas of Northeastern or in rocky outcrops in the north of Southeastern Brazil. Historically, the taxonomy of the group has been very controversial, especially regarding generic circumscriptions, and phylogenetic relationships within the group are still poorly understood. To investigate the delimitation of the subtribe and infra-subtribal relationships, we performed a phylogenetic analysis including 50 taxa representing 13 genera using one nuclear...
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