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Floral anatomy and evolution of pollination syndromes in Lepanthes and close relatives
Pleurothallidinae is the largest Neotropical orchid subtribe encompassing >5100 species that are mainly dipteran-pollinated. Various pollination syndromes, targeting hump-backed flies (Phoridae), fungal gnats (Sciaridae), ...
The Pleurothallidinae: extremely high speciation driven by pollination adaptation
The generic and subgeneric classification of Pleurothallidinae has traditionally been a hazardous task. The main challenge has been understanding the underlying relationships of the immensely diverse, +5100 accepted species ...