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How to Handle Speciose Clades? Mass Taxon-Sampling as a Strategy towards Illuminating the Natural History of Campanula (Campanuloideae)

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Maximum Parsimony Strict consensus tree of Campanula and relatives (D680).

Part of the cladogram showing detailed relationships for clades Cam13 to Cam16. Values below branches indicate bootstrap support for the sustained clades. Gray boxes indicate the respective outgroup and sister clades; blue boxes refer to “Cam” clades containing at least one accession of Campanula (Cam01 to Cam17; see text). A blue dot indicates the crown node of Campanula Pictures are representative specimens for clades Cam13 (Campanula asperuloides), Cam14 (Campanula draboides), Cam15 (Azorina vidalii), and Cam16 (Campanula macrostyla). All photos from Guilhem Mansion, except Cam13 (Georgia Kamari & Dimitrios Phitos) and Cam16 (Galip Akaydin).

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