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Bruguiera × dungarra, a new hybrid between mangrove species B. exaristata and B. gymnorhiza (Rhizophoraceae) recently discovered in north-east Australia Naturalis
Duke, N.C.; Kudo, H..
Bruguiera × dungarra (Rhizophoraceae), a previously undescribed hybrid species between B. exaristata and B. gymnorhiza is recorded from north-eastAustralia. Eight taxa are currently recognised in this Indo West Pacific genus, including three putative hybrids. The newly described hybrid is widely occurring, and it is described here with notes provided on typification, phenology, distribution and habitat. A revised identification key to all Bruguiera taxa is presented, along with a table of comparative diagnostic characters.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Bruguiera × dungarra; Hybrid; Identification key; Intermediate; Mangrove; Rhizophoraceae; Taxonomy.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/671931
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Bruguiera (Rhizophoraceae) in the Indo-West Pacific: a morphometric assessment of hybridization within single-flowered taxa Naturalis
Duke, N.C.; Ge, X.-J..
The first putative hybrid tree species of the genus Bruguiera (Rhizophoraceae), B. × rhynchopetala, is reported from mangrove forests of China and Australia. It was described from China previously as a variety of B. sexangula. The hybrid is acknowledged as B. gymnorhiza × B. sexangula with parent species restricted to different parts of the Indo-West Pacific. The hybrid is recognised at north-eastern and south-eastern parts of the overlap area between parent distributions, but it appears absent in western parts. Further local assessments are needed across the range. Hybrid status is supported by: 1) intermediate and shared morphological characters; 2) distribution limited to areas of co-occurrence of B. gymnorhiza and B. sexangula; and 3) molecular...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Bruguiera × rhynchopetala; Hybrid; Indo-West Pacific; Mangrove; Morphometric; Rhizophoraceae.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524643
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On the morphology and molecular basis of segregation of Ceriops zippeliana and C. decandra (Rhizophoraceae) from Asia Naturalis
Sheue, C.-R.; Liu, H.-Y.; Tsai, C.-C.; Rashid, S.M.A.; Yong, J.W.H.; Yang, Y.-P..
Ceriops zippeliana, a member of the mangrove Rhizophoraceae, was first reported in 1849. It was considered to be a synonym of C. decandra, which is still widely accepted. We present morphological and molecular evidence to show that C. zippeliana is significantly distinct from C. decandra, and illustrations and an identification key to both species.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Ceriops decandra; Ceriops zippeliana; Lectotypification; Malesia; Mangrove; Rhizophoraceae; TrnL intron.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524746
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Overlap of eastern and western mangroves in the South-western Pacific: hybridization of all three Rhizophora (Rhizophoraceae) combinations in New Caledonia Naturalis
Duke, N.C..
A recent survey of mangroves in New Caledonia located 7 taxa of the genus Rhizophora – with 6 coexisting in one estuary. This is arguably the greatest concentration of co-occurring Rhizophora taxa anywhere. Two are well-known mangrove species of the Indo West Pacific, R. stylosa and R. apiculata, and another, R. samoensis resembles the widespread Atlantic East Pacific species, R. mangle. The other four are hybrid intermediates, R. × lamarckii (= R. stylosa × R. apiculata), R. × selala (= R. stylosa × R. samoensis), and two previously undescribed combinations, R. × tomlinsonii (R. apiculata × R. samoensis) and R. samoensis var. neocaledonica (= R. samoensis × R. × selala). The new entities are unknown elsewhere. While R. × tomlinsonii is considered endemic...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Hybrids; New Caledonia; Rhizophora; Rhizophoraceae; South West Pacific; Taxonomy.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524545
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