Cuscuta sect. Californicae (Convolvulaceae) revisited: ‘cryptic’ speciation and host range differentiation

Mihai Costea, Hiba ElMiari, Roula Farag, Christopher Fleet & Saša Stefanović
Cuscuta californica complex (sensu lato, s.l.) is a western North American group of species in which the infrastaminal scales are reduced, making the morphological delimitation of species particularly challenging. A revision of this group was prompted by the discovery of an apparent new species from central California based primarily on molecular means. Prompted by this finding, the morphological limits of C. californica s.l. species were comprehensively re-evaluated through a morphometric study. DNA sequences from plastid...
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