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2009Origin and diversi?cation of the Greater Cape ?ora: ancient species repository, hotbed of recent radiation, or both?Verboom, G A; Archibald, J K; Bakker, F T; Bell Stedt, D U; Conrad, F; Dreyer, L L; Forest, F; Galley, C; Goldblatt, P; Henning, J F; Mummenhoff, K; Linder, H P; Muasya, A M; Oberlander, K C; Savolainen, V; Snijman, D A
2009New species of Geissorhiza (Iridaceae: Crocoideae) from the southern African winter rainfall zone, range extensions, taxonomic changes, and notes on pollen morphology and ?oral ecology.Goldblatt, P; Manning (SANBI), J C; Nänni, I
2009New species of Moraea (Iridaceae: Iridoideae), with range extensions and miscellaneous notes for southern African species.Goldblatt, P; Manning (SANBI), J C
2009Adaptive radiation of the putrid perianth: Ferraria (Iridaceae) and its unusual pollinators.Goldblatt, P; Bernhardt, P; Manning, J C
2009Albuca crispa and A. grandis (Hyacinthaceae: Ornithogaloideae), two new species of subgenus Albuca, the rediscovery of A. albucoides (subgenus Osmyne), and the identity of Are?exaManning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2009Three new species of Gladiolus (Iridaceae) from South Africa, a major range extension for G. rubellus and taxonomic notes for the genus in southern and tropical AfricaManning, J C; Goldblatt, P
2009A molecular phylogeny and a revised classi?cation of Ornithogaloideae (Hyacinthaceae) based on an analysis of four plastid DNA regions.Manning, J C; Forest, F; Devey, D S; Fay, M F; Goldblatt, P
2009Pseudogaltonia lilii?ora (Hyacinthaceae: Ornithogaloideae), a new species from the Richtersveld, Northern Cape.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Williamson, G
2009A revision of Fumariaceae (Fumarioideae) in southern Africa, including naturalized taxa.Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Forest, F
2009The genus Knowltonia subsumed within Anemone (Ranunuculaceae).Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Hoot, S B