2008 46 (3): 375-390   ISSN: 0529-1526  CN: 11-1897/Q   

 
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Phylogeny and putative hybridization in the subtribe Paranepheliinae (Liabeae, Asteraceae), implications for classification, biogeography,and Andean orogeny

1Akiko SOEJIMA*, 2Jun WEN, 3Mario ZAPATA, 4Michael O. DILLON

1(School of Science, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka 599-8531, Japan)
2(Department of Botany, National Museum of Natural History, MRC-166, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC 20013-7012, USA)
3(Museo de Historia Natural, Universidad Antenor Orrego, Trujillo 1075, Peru)
4(Department of Botany, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL 60605, USA)

Received 2008-4-29 Revised 2008-5-4 Online 2008-5-9 Accepted
Abstract  

The nuclear ribosomal ITS region and the chloroplast trnL-trnF (trnLF) intergenic region were sequenced for 45 accessions of Paranephelius and six accessions of Pseudonoseris, the two genera of the subtribe Paranepheliinae (Liabeae, Asteraceae) distributed in the alpine regions of the Andes. This data set was used to estimate relationships between these genera and within each genus to aid in evaluating morphological variation and classification. Our results with both ITS and trnLF markers support the monophyly of subtribe Paranepheliinae, and place Pseudonoseris discolor as the first diverged taxon sister to the clade containing Paranephelius. Pseudonoseris szyszylowiczii exhibited intraspecific divergence supporting intergeneric hybridization between Pseudonoseris and Paranephelius. Within Paranephelius, genetic divergence is low and not adequate to fully resolve phylogenetic relationships at the species level, but two genetically and morphologically recognizable groups were revealed by the ITS data. Several accessions possessing multiple ITS sequences represent putative hybrids between the two groups. These putative hybrids have caused some taxonomic confusion and difficulties in establishing species boundaries in Paranephelius. The divergence time estimates based on ITS sequences indi-cated that the stem of subtribe Paranepheliinae dates to 13 million years ago, but the diversification of the crown clade of the extant members began in the early Pleistocene or late Pliocene, perhaps associated with the uplift of the Andes and the climatic changes of global cooling.

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DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1002.2008.08065
Corresponding author  
Akiko SOEJIMA< soejima@b.s.osakafu-u.ac.jpcompqrdq.ru