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Phylogeny and biogeography of the northern temperate genus Dracocephalum s.l. (Lamiaceae)

Ya-Ping Chen, Turginov Turdimatovich, Maxim Nuraliev, Predrag Lazarević, Bryan Drew & Chun-Lei Xiang
The northern temperate genus Dracocephalum consists of approximately 70 species mainly distributed in the steppe-desert biomes of Central and West Asia and the alpine region of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP). Previous work has shown that Dracocephalum is not monophyletic and might include Hyssopus and Lallemantia. This study attempts to clarify the phylogenetic relationships, diversification patterns, and the biogeographical history of the three genera (defined as Dracocephalum s.l.). Based on a sampling of 66 taxa comprising...

Summer elk habitat selection in southwest Montana

Dustin Ranglack, Kelly Proffitt, Jodie Canfield, Justin Gude, Jay Rotella & Robert Garrott
Data used in Ranglack et al. (in review), Modeling broad-scale patterns of elk summer resource selection in Montana using regional and population-specific models. Understanding animal distribution is important for the management of populations and their habitats. Across the western United States, elk (Cervus canadensis) provide important ecological, cultural, and economic benefits and the sound management of their habitats is of vital importance. In western Montana, National Forest lands are managed in part to provide and...

A timeframe for mint evolution: Towards a better understanding of trait evolution and historical biogeography in Lamiaceae

Jeffrey Rose, Chin-Lei Xiang, Kenneth Sytsma & Bryan Drew
The mint family (Lamiaceae) is one of the largest and most economically important families of flowering plants. Despite focused study on relationships within subclades, higher-level relationships have been understudied. Moreover, the herbaceous habit of much of the family has resulted in a poor fossil record and has hampered estimates of divergence times. Using a new dataset of five plastid loci from 178 Lamiaceae representing all subfamilies and nearly all tribes, we clarify major infrafamilial relationships...

Data for: Phylogenetic placement and taxonomic revision of the enigmatic Brazilian genus Monochilus Fisch. & C. A. Mey. (Lamiaceae)

Bryan T. Drew, Guilherme Antar, Raymond Harley & Mallory Hays
Monochilus (Lamiaceae) is an enigmatic genus endemic to Brazil with two rarely collected species currently recognized. Based on morphological features Monochilus is hypothesized to be closely related to Amasonia within subfamily Ajugoideae. However, Monochilus is one of the few genera within Lamiaceae never to be represented in a published molecular phylogenetic study and thus has an uncertain placement with the subfamily. During recent herbarium exploration in association with the Flora of Brasil 2020 project, new...

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