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Patterns of Genetic Variation in Rosette-Brachyglottis are Inconsistent with Current Species Delimitation
(University of Canterbury. Biology, 2014)
Brachyglottis (Asteraceae) is a genus of approximately 30 species in the Brachyglottidinae, a recently recognised sub-tribe of tribe Senecioneae. Within Brachyglottis is a clade of five species of rosette-forming herbs: ...
Diatom communities in New Zealand subalpine mire pools: distribution, ecology and taxonomy of endemic and cosmopolitan taxa
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2007)
Mire pools – shallow water-bodies in peat-forming wetlands – are a characteristic feature of New Zealand’s subalpine and alpine landscapes (>1000 m a.s.l.), yet have been the subject of few biological studies to date, ...