• Linum lewisii (Linaceae). McDill et al. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 386-405.
    • Linum lewisii (Linaceae). McDill et al. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 386-405. 

    • Asclepias cryptoceras (Apocynaceae). Fishbein et al. 2011. Syst. Bot. 1008-1023.
    • Asclepias cryptoceras (Apocynaceae). Fishbein et al. 2011. Syst. Bot. 1008-1023.

    • Psiguria triphylla (Cucurbitaceae). Steele. 2010. Syst. Bot. 35: 341-357.
    • Psiguria triphylla (Cucurbitaceae). Steele. 2010. Syst. Bot. 35: 341-357.

    • Limnanthes alba subsp. gracilis (Limnanthaceae). Meyers et al. 2010. Syst. Bot. 35: 552-558.
    • Limnanthes alba subsp. gracilis (Limnanthaceae). Meyers et al. 2010. Syst. Bot. 35: 552-558.
    • Cuscuta californica (Convolvulaceae). Costea & Stefanovic. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 570-579.
    • Cuscuta californica (Convolvulaceae). Costea & Stefanovic. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 570-579.

    • Strelitzia reginae (Strelitziaceae). Cron et al. 2012. Syst. Bot. 37: 606-619.
    • Strelitzia reginae (Strelitziaceae). Cron et al. 2012. Syst. Bot. 37: 606-619.

    • Pavonia secreta (Malvaceae). Grings et al. 2011. Syst. Bot. 36: 419-423.
    • Pavonia secreta (Malvaceae). Grings et al. 2011. Syst. Bot. 36: 419-423.

    • Nymphoides indica (Menyanthaceae). Tippery & Les. 2011. Syst. Bot. 36: 1101-1113.
    • Nymphoides indica (Menyanthaceae). Tippery & Les. 2011. Syst. Bot. 36: 1101-1113.

    • Castelnavia noveloi (Podostemaceae). Philbrick et al. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 715-729.
    • Castelnavia noveloi (Podostemaceae). Philbrick et al. 2009. Syst. Bot. 34: 715-729.

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