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Volume 27 Number 2 2014

 
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Popper and phylogenetics, a misguided rendezvous 
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Lars Vogt
pp. 85-94
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Morphological and molecular data support reinstatement of Spiridens muelleri Hampe (Bryophyta: Hypnodendraceae), a Lord Howe Island endemic 
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David A. Meagher and Michael J. Bayly
pp. 95-103
 
  
 

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Revisiting the biogeography of Sideroxylon (Sapotaceae) and an evaluation of the taxonomic status of Argania and Spiniluma 
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Gail Stride , Stephan Nylinder and Ulf Swenson
pp. 104-118
 
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An investigation of taxon boundaries in rare and range-restricted Synaphea (Proteaceae: Conosperminae) species from south-west Western Australia 
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R. Butcher and K. R. Thiele
pp. 119-144
 
  
 

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Seed and pollen morphology in the Orobanche alsatica complex (Orobanchaceae) from central Europe and its taxonomic significance 
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R. Piwowarczyk , A. T. Halamski and E. Durska
pp. 145-157
 
  
 

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These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

    SB14009  Accepted 05 November 2014
    Multiple lines of evidence clarify limits of Allocasuarina thalassoscopica, A. defungens and A. littoralis (Allocasuarina sect. Cylindropitys, Casuarinaceae).
    Phillip Rose, Jeremy Bruhl, Ian Telford, Karen Wilson, Robert Lamont
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    SB14027  Accepted 10 October 2014
    Panbiogeography, its critics, and the case of the ratite birds
    Michael Heads
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    SB14002  Accepted 06 October 2014
    A systematic study of Bonnaya sect. Bonnaya (Linderniaceae)
    Yi-Shuo Liang, Jenn-Che Wang
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    SB14012  Accepted 04 September 2014
    A revision of Olearia section Asterotriche (ASTERACEAE: ASTEREAE)
    Andre Messina, Neville Walsh, Susan Hoebee, Peter Green
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    SB13048  Accepted 08 August 2014
    The taxonomy of Flagellaria (Flagellariaceae)
    Patricia Wepfer, Hans Peter Linder
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1. Published 20 December 2013
Defining and redefining monophyly: Haeckel, Hennig, Ashlock, Nelson and the proliferation of definitions

Tegan A. Vanderlaan, Malte C. Ebach, David M. Williams and John S. Wilkins

2. Published 30 June 2014
Molecular phylogenetic analyses of Drakaeinae: Diurideae (Orchidaceae) based on DNA sequences of the internal transcribed spacer region

Joseph T. Miller and Mark A. Clements

3. Published 30 June 2014
Phylogeny of the holly grevilleas (Proteaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast DNA

Gareth D. Holmes, Trisha L. Downing, Elizabeth A. James, Mark J. Blacket, Ary A. Hoffmann and Michael J. Bayly

4. Published 27 March 2014
A revision of Australian species of Radula subg. Odontoradula

Matt A. M. Renner, Nicolas Devos, Elizabeth A. Brown and Matt J. von Konrat

5. Published 27 March 2014
The trichotomosulcate asparagoids: pollen morphology of Hemerocallidaceae in relation to systematics and pollination biology

Carol A. Furness, John G. Conran, Thomas Gregory and Paula J. Rudall

6. Published 13 December 2013
Morphometric analysis of Correa lawrenceana (Rutaceae) and the reinstatement of var. ferruginea endemic to Tasmania

Raja Nur Ateeka Othman, Gregory J. Jordan and Marco F. Duretto

7. Published 27 March 2014
Gintarasia and Xalocoa, two new genera to accommodate temperate to subtropical species in the predominantly tropical Graphidaceae (Ostropales, Ascomycota)

Ekaphan Kraichak, Sittiporn Parnmen, Robert Lücking and H. Thorsten Lumbsch

8. Published 20 December 2013
Cryptic speciation and species diversity among Australian and New Zealand hornwort taxa of Megaceros (Dendrocerotaceae)

D. Christine Cargill, Nicole G. F. Vella, Ish Sharma and Joseph T. Miller

9. Published 30 June 2014
Nomenclatural updates of Aristolochia subgenus Pararistolochia (Aristolochiaceae)

Katja Buchwalder, Marie-Stéphanie Samain, Garry Sankowsky, Christoph Neinhuis and Stefan Wanke

10. Published 30 June 2014
A revision of Chara sect. Protochara, comb. et stat. nov. (Characeae: Charophyceae)

Michelle T. Casanova and Kenneth G. Karol

11. Published 13 December 2013
New records, replacements, reinstatements and four new species in the Radula parvitexta and R. ventricosa species groups (Jungermanniopsida) in Australia: cases of mistaken identity

Matt A. M. Renner, Nicolas Devos, Elizabeth A. Brown and Matt J. von Konrat

12. Published 20 December 2013
Evidence supporting Davallia canariensis as a Late Miocene relict endemic to Macaronesia and Atlantic Europe

Hongmei Liu and Harald Schneider

13. Published 13 December 2013
Lamprothamnium in Australia (Characeae, Charophyceae)

Michelle T. Casanova

14. Published 13 December 2013
Review of the species concepts Chara fibrosa and C. flaccida (Characeae, Charophyceae)

Michelle T. Casanova

15. Published 30 June 2014
An expanded phylogenetic analysis of Sannantha (Myrtaceae) and description of a new species

Peter G. Wilson and Margaret M. Heslewood

16. Published 27 March 2014
Four newly recorded species of the calcified marine brown macroalgal genus Padina (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae) for Australia

Ni-Ni-Win, Zhong-Min Sun, Takeaki Hanyuda, Akira Kurihara, Alan J. K. Millar, Carlos Frederico D. Gurgel and Hiroshi Kawai

17. Published 6 October 2014
An investigation of taxon boundaries in rare and range-restricted Synaphea (Proteaceae: Conosperminae) species from south-west Western Australia

R. Butcher and K. R. Thiele

18. Published 6 October 2014
Popper and phylogenetics, a misguided rendezvous

Lars Vogt

19. Published 30 June 2014
Molecular phylogeny reveals the true colours of Myeloconidaceae (Ascomycota: Ostropales)

Matthew P. Nelsen, Robert Lücking, Carrie J. Andrew, André Aptroot, Marcela E. S. Cáceres, Joel A. Mercado-Díaz, Eimy Rivas Plata and H. Thorsten Lumbsch

20. Published 20 December 2013
Transfer of Lejeunea huctumalcensis to Physantholejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, Porellales)

Aleksandra Czumay, Shanshan Dong, Armin Scheben, Alfons Schäfer-Verwimp, Kathrin Feldberg and Jochen Heinrichs


      
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