Carnegiea Britton & Rose sec. Parfitt & Gibson 2003

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Carnegiea Britton & Rose sec. Parfitt & Gibson 2003

Carnegiea Britton & Rose in J. New York Bot. Gard. 9: 187. 1908 wfo-4000006751
      Nametype: Carnegiea gigantea (Engelm.) Britton & Rose

Notes

Monotypic; sampled in several phylogenetic studies, first found as sister to Pachycereus (A.Berger) Britton & Rose (Arias & al. 2005), but without support. Later found nested in Pachycereus, as sister to P. pecten-aboriginum (Engelm. ex S.Watson) Britton & Rose with high support (Hernández-Hernández & al. 2011), yet the whole Pachycereus clade was only weakly supported in this study. Found as sister to Pachycereus in the study of Franco-Estrada & al. (2021), albeit without support. Due to these inconclusive results, Carnegiea is retained here as a separate genus.A,B,C,D

Taxon standing

Ambiguous.

Bibliography

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B. Franco-Estrada, D., Sánchez, D., Terrazas, T. & Arias, S. 2021: Phylogenetic analysis of Peniocereus (Cactaceae, Echinocereeae) based on five chloroplast DNA markers. – Brazilian Journal of Botany 44(4): 903-916. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40415-021-00774-0
C. Hernández-Hernández, T., Hernández, H.M., De-Nova, J. A., Puente, R., Eguiarte, L.E. & Magallón, S. 2011: Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of growth form in Cactaceae (Caryophyllales, Eudicotyledoneae). – American Journal of Botany 98(1): 44-61. https://doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1000129
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