Pseudomacrolobium

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Englerodendron is a small genus of legumes that are native to tropical Africa.

Species

It contains the following species:[3]

Phylogeny

The following relationships have been suggested for the genus Englerodendron:[3]

   

Anthonotha (outgroup)

Englerodendron    

Englerodendron explicans

     

Englerodendron vignei

   

Englerodendron obanense

             

Englerodendron conchyliophorum

     

Englerodendron isopetalum

   

Englerodendron nigericum

         

Englerodendron leptorrhachis

     

Englerodendron brachyrhachis

   

Englerodendron triplisomere

           

Englerodendron mengei

     

Englerodendron usambarense

     

Englerodendron lebrunii

     

Englerodendron gabunense

   

Englerodendron graciliflorum

   

Englerodendron korupense

               

References

  1. ^ Breteler FJ. (2008). "Anthonotha and Isomacrolobium (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae): Two distinct genera". Systematics and Geography of Plants. 78 (2): 137–144. JSTOR 20649759.
  2. ^ Ojeda DI, Koenen E, Cervantes S, de la Estrella M, Banguera-Hinestroza E, Janssens SB, Migliore J, Demenou B, Bruneau A, Forest F, Hardy OJ. (2019). "Phylogenomic analyses reveal an exceptionally high number of evolutionary shifts in a florally diverse clade of African legumes". Mol Phylogenet Evol. 137: 156–167. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2019.05.002. PMID 31075505.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  3. ^ a b c de la Estrella M, Wieringa JJ, Breteler FJ, Ojeda DI. (2019). "Re-evaluation of the genus Englerodendron (Leguminosae–Detarioideae), including Isomacrolobium and Pseudomacrolobium". Aust Syst Bot. 32 (6): 564–571. doi:10.1071/SB18075 (inactive 31 May 2021).CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link) CS1 maint: DOI inactive as of May 2021 (link)
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Pseudomacrolobium: Brief Summary

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Englerodendron is a small genus of legumes that are native to tropical Africa.

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