China harbours several biodiversity hotspots and understanding the mechanism and patterns underlying the accumulation of this diversity is of current interest to study.
- Taxonomy and biogeography of Corallodiscus (M. Möller, P. Zhou & J. Li [XTBG], L.M. Gao, J. Liu & D.Z. Li [Kunming Institute of Botany])
Zhou P, L Jie, M Möller (2017). Secondary contact, hybridization and polyploidization add to the biodiversity in the Hengduan Mountains, exempliﬁed by the widespread Corallodiscus lanuginosus (Gesneriaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 303(5): 587-602. DOI 10.1007/s00606-017-1392-0.
Contact: Michael Möller
Corallodiscus species, which we are using to understand the evolution of the rich flora of southern China