Investigation of species boundaries and relationships in the Asplenium paleaceum complex (Aspleniaceae) using AFLP fingerprinting and chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences
Daniel J Ohlsen, Leon R Perrie, Lara D Shepherd, Patrick J Brownsey, Michael J Bayly
Australian Systematic Botany | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2014
Awarded by Bush Blitz Research Grant from the Australian Biological Resources Study
We thank Bruce Gray, Adele Neale and Rod Pattinson for their assistance with collecting. Molecular work was performed in the Cookson Laboratory, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne. This study was funded by a Bush Blitz Research Grant (BBR210-25) from the Australian Biological Resources Study, with support from The School of Botany Foundation, The University of Melbourne. This study forms part of Daniel J. Ohlsen's PhD Thesis, Molecular systematics, biogeography, and taxonomy of the fern family Aspleniaceae in Australasia and the south-west Pacific, supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award.