Data from: Heteroploid Knautia drymeia (Caprifoliaceae) includes K. gussonei and cannot be separated into diagnosable subspecies

Ivana Rešetnik, Božo Frajman & Peter Schönswetter
Premise of the study: Knautia drymeia is a morphologically variable, diploid and tetraploid temperate forest understory species distributed in southeastern Europe and adjacent areas. The species is an excellent system to explore the influence of polypoidy on taxonomic delineations, the role of hybridization among genetically distant populations in polyploid evolution, as well as the impact of glacial refugia on the evolution of polyploids. Methods: Amplified fragment length polymorphism fingerprinting and multivariate analyses of morphological characters...
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