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Molecular data, based on an exhaustive species sampling of the fern genus Rumohra (Dryopteridaceae), reveal a biogeographical history mostly shaped by dispersal and several cryptic species in the widely distributed Rumohra adiantiformis

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Lucie Bauret, Germinal Rouhan, Regina Hirai, Leon Perrie, Jefferson Prado, et al.. Molecular data, based on an exhaustive species sampling of the fern genus Rumohra (Dryopteridaceae), reveal a biogeographical history mostly shaped by dispersal and several cryptic species in the widely distributed Rumohra adiantiformis. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, Linnean Society of London, 2017, 185 (4), pp.463-481. ⟨10.1093/botlinnean/box072⟩. ⟨mnhn-02975290⟩

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