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A community-derived classification for extant lycophytes and ferns
H Schneider, AR Smith, P Hovenkamp, J Prado, G Rouhan, A Salino, ...
9912016
Conservation status of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants, 2017
PJ De Lange, JR Rolfe, JW Barkla, S Courtney, PD Champion, LR Perrie, ...
Publishing Team, Department of Conservation, 2018
293*2018
Fire and ice: volcanic and glacial impacts on the phylogeography of the New Zealand forest fern Asplenium hookerianum
LD SHEPHERD, LR PERRIE, PJ BROWNSEY
Molecular Ecology 16 (21), 4536-4549, 2007
962007
New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
R Camara-Leret, DG Frodin, F Adema, C Anderson, MS Appelhans, ...
Nature 584 (7822), 579-583, 2020
872020
Insights into the biogeography and polyploid evolution of New Zealand Asplenium from chloroplast DNA sequence data
LR Perrie, PJ Brownsey
American Fern Journal 95 (1), 1-21, 2005
722005
Molecular phylogenetics and generic taxonomy of Blechnaceae ferns
LR Perrie, RK Wilson, LD Shepherd, DJ Ohlsen, EL Batty, PJ Brownsey, ...
Taxon 63 (4), 745-758, 2014
682014
Molecular evidence for long‐distance dispersal in the New Zealand pteridophyte flora
L Perrie, P Brownsey
Journal of Biogeography 34 (12), 2028-2038, 2007
672007
Low-copy nuclear DNA sequences reveal a predominance of allopolyploids in a New Zealand Asplenium fern complex
LD Shepherd, LR Perrie, PJ Brownsey
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 49 (1), 240-248, 2008
592008
Towards a phylogenetic classification of the climbing fern genus Arthropteris
HM Liu, RH Jiang, J Guo, P Hovenkamp, LR Perrie, L Shepherd, ...
Taxon 62 (4), 688-700, 2013
552013
Biogeography of temperate Australasian Polystichum ferns as inferred from chloroplast sequence and AFLP
LR Perrie, PJ Brownsey, PJ Lockhart, EA Brown, MF Large
Journal of Biogeography 30 (11), 1729-1736, 2003
542003
Phylogeny of the fern family Aspleniaceae in Australasia and the south-west Pacific
D Ohlsen, L Perrie, L Shepherd, P Brownsey, M Bayly
Australian Systematic Botany 27 (5 & 6), 355-371, 2015
502015
Neo‐and Paleopolyploidy contribute to the species diversity of Asplenium‐the most species‐rich genus of ferns
H Schneider, HM Liu, YF Chang, D Ohlsen, LR Perrie, L Shepherd, ...
Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 2017
492017
Evidence for an allopolyploid complex in New Zealand Polystichum (Dryopteridaceae)
LR Perrie, PJ Brownsey, PJ Lockhart, MF Large
New Zealand Journal of Botany 41 (2), 189-215, 2003
492003
A molecular phylogeny for the New Zealand Blechnaceae ferns from analyses of chloroplast trn L‐trn F DNA sequences
LD Shepherd, LR Perrie, BS Parris, PJ Brownsey
New Zealand Journal of Botany 45 (1), 67-80, 2007
472007
Parallel polyploid speciation: distinct sympatric gene‐pools of recurrently derived allo‐octoploid Asplenium ferns
LR PERRIE, LD SHEPHERD, PJ DE LANGE, PJ BROWNSEY
Molecular ecology 19 (14), 2916-2932, 2010
452010
Aspleniaceae
PJ Brownsey, LR Perrie
Flora of New Zealand: Ferns and Lycophytes 18, 1-96, 2018
372018
Microsatellite DNA analyses of a highly disjunct New Zealand tree reveal strong differentiation and imply a formerly more continuous distribution
LD SHEPHERD, LR PERRIE
Molecular Ecology 20 (7), 1389-1400, 2011
362011
Multiple colonizations of a remote oceanic archipelago by one species: how common is long‐distance dispersal?
LD Shepherd, PJ De Lange, LR Perrie
Journal of Biogeography 36 (10), 1972-1977, 2009
352009
Reconstructing the species phylogeny of Pseudopanax (Araliaceae), a genus of hybridising trees
LR Perrie, LD Shepherd
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 52 (3), 774-783, 2009
312009
An expanded phylogeny of the Dennstaedtiaceae ferns: Oenotrichia falls within a non-monophyletic Dennstaedtia, and Saccoloma is polyphyletic
LR Perrie, LD Shepherd, PJ Brownsey
Australian Systematic Botany 28 (4), 256-264, 2015
292015
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