[Taxacom] Crossommatales

Peter Stevens peter.stevens at mobot.org
Wed Dec 5 10:10:24 CST 2007


Try http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/research/APweb/ - you will find maps  
there, too. Support for circumscription still could be better, but  
floral morphology/seed anatomy works.

P.


On Dec 5, 2007, at 9:34 AM, John Grehan wrote:

> If anyone could direct me to the taxonomic position of the
> Crossommatales and any recent systematic publication I would be most
> grateful. Some time ago I mapped the global distribution of this group
> and its three sub clades, but I lost track of the source so any
> direction on this would be most helpful.
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