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Bakker, F. T., A. Culham, and M. Gibby. 1999. Phylogenetics and diversification in Pelargonium. Pages 353-374 in Molecular Systematics and Plant Evolution (R. M. Hollingsworth, R. M. Bateman, and R. J. Gornall, eds.). Taylor and Francis, London.

Bakker, F. T., A. Culham, C. E. Pankhurst, and M. Gibby. 2000. Mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA-based phylogeny of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae). American Jounal of Botany 87:727-734.

Bakker, F. T., A. Culham, P. Hettiarachi, T. Touloumenidou, and M. Gibby. 2004. Phylogeny of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae) based on DNA sequences from three genomes. Taxon 53:17-28.

Barker, N. P., P. H. Weston, J. P. Rourke, and G. Reeves. 2002. The relationships of the southern African Proteaceae as elucidated by internal transcribed spacer (ITS) DNA sequence data. Kew Bulletin 57:867-883.

Bellstedt, D. U., H. P. Linder, and E. H. Harley. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships in Disa based on non-coding TrnL-trnF chloroplast sequences: evidence of numerous repeat regions. American Journal of Botany 88:2088-2100.

Caddick, L. R., and H. P. Linder. 2002. Evolutionary strategies for reproduction and dispersal in African Restionaceae. Australian Journal of Botany 50:339-355.

Davies, T. J., T. G. Barraclough, M. W. Chase, P. S. Soltis, D. E. Soltis, and V. Savolainen. 2004. Darwin's abominable mystery: insights from a supertree of the angiosperms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA) 101:1904-1909.

Eldenas, P. K., and H. P. Linder. 2000. Congruence and complementarity of morphological and trnL-trnF sequence data and the phylogeny of the African Restionaceae. Systematic Botany 25:692-707.

Goldblatt, P. 1978. An analysis of the flora of southern Africa, its characteristics, relationships, and origins. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 65:369-136.

Goldblatt, P., and J. Manning. 2000. Cape plants– a conspectus of the Cape flora of South Africa. Pages 229-230 National Botanical Institute of South Africa and Missouri Botanical Garden, Missouri.

Goldblatt, P., V. Savolainen, O. Porteous, I. Sostaric, M. Powell, G. Reeves, J. C. Manning, T. G. Barraclough, and M. W. Chase. 2002. Radiation in the Cape flora and the phylogeny of peacock irises Moraea (Iridaceae) based on four plastid DNA regions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 25:341-360.

Goldblatt, P., and J. C. Manning. 2002. Plant diversity of the Cape Region of southern Africa. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 89:281-302.

Klak, C., T. A. Hedderson, and H. P. Linder. 2003. A molecular systematic study of the Lampranthus group (Aizoaceae) based on the chloroplast trnL-trnF and nuclear ITS and 5s NTS sequence data. Systematic Botany 28:70-85.

Klak, C., A. Khunou, G. Reeves, and T. Hedderson. 2003. A phylogenetic hypothesis for the Aizoaceae (Caryophyllales) based on four plastid DNA regions. American Jounal of Botany 90:1433-1445.

Klak, C., G. Reeves, and T. Hedderson. 2004. Unmatched tempo of evolution in southern African semi-desert ice plants. Nature 427:63-65.

Levyns, M. R. 1952. Clues to the past in the Cape flora of today. South Africa Journal of Science 49:155-164.

Levyns, M. R. 1964. Migrations and origin of the Cape flora. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 37:85-107.

Linder, H. P., and J. H. Vlok. 1991. The Morphology, Taxonomy and Evolution of Rhodocoma (Restionaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 175:139-160.

Linder, H. P., M. E. Meadows, and R. M. Cowling. 1992. History of the Cape florain The Ecology of Fynbos (R. M. Cowling, ed.) Oxford University Press, Cape Town.

Linder, H. P. 1995. Setting Conservation Priorities - the Importance of Endemism and Phylogeny in the Southern African Orchid Genus Herschelia. Conservation Biology 9:585-595.

Linder, H. P., and D. M. Mann. 1998. The phylogeny and biogeography of Thamnochortus (Restionaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 128:319-357.

Linder, H. P. 2000. Vicariance, climate change, anatomy and phylogeny of the Restionaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 134:159-177.

Linder, H. P. 2001. On areas of endemism, with an example from the African Restionaceae. Systematic Biology 50:892-912.

Linder, H. P., P. Eldenäs, and B. G. Briggs. 2003. Contrasting patterns of radiation in African and Australian Restionaceae. Evolution 57:2688-2702.

Linder, H. P. 2003. The radiation of the Cape flora, southern Africa. Biological Reviews 78:597-638.

Linder, H. P., and C. R. Hardy. 2004. Evolution of the species-rich Cape flora. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 359:1623-1632.

Midgley, G. F., L. Hannah, R. Roberts, D. J. McDonald, and J. Allsopp. 2001. Have Pleistocene climatic cycles influenced species richness in the greater Cape Mediterranean Region? Journal of Mediterranean Ecology 2:137-144.

Muasya, A. M., D. A. Simpson, M. W. Chase, and A. Culham. 2001. A phylogeny of Isolepis (Cyperaceae) inferred using plastid rbcL and trnL-F sequence data. Systematic Botany 26:342-353.

Oberlander, K. C., L. L. Dreyer, and K. J. Esler. 2002. Biogeography of Oxalis (Oxalidaceae) in South Africa: a preliminary study. Bothalia 32:97-100.

Oberlander, K. C., L. L. Dreyer, D. U. Bellstedt, and G. Reeves. 2004. Congruence of trnL-F and palynological data sets in the southern African Oxalis L. section Angustatae subsection Lineares. Taxon 53:977-985.

Reeves, G., M. W. Chase, P. Goldblatt, P. Rudall, M. F. Fay, A. V. Cox, B. Lejeune, and T. Souza-Chies. 2001. Molecular systematics of Iridaceae: evidence from four plastid DNA regions. American Jounal of Botany 88:2074-2087.

Richardson, J. E., F. M. Welts, M. F. Fay, Q. C. B. Cronk, H. P. Linder, G. Reeves, and M. W. Chase. 2001. Rapid and recent origin of species richness in the Cape flora of South Africa. Nature 412:181-183.

Richardson, J. E., F. M. Weitz, M. F. Fay, Q. C. B. Cronk, H. P. Linder, G. Reeves, and M. W. Chase. 2001. Phylogenetic analysis of Phylica L. (Rhamnaceae) with an emphasis on island species: evidence from plastid trnL-F and nuclear internal transcribed spacer (ribosomal) DNA sequences. Taxon 50:405-427.

Salamin, N., T. R. Hodkinson, and V. Savolainen. 2002. Building supertrees: an empirical assessment using the grass family (Poaceae). Systematic Biology 51:136-150.

Savolainen, V., and G. Reeves. 2004. A plea for DNA banking. Science 304:1445.

Touloumenidou, T., F. T. Bakker, E. M. Marais, and F. Albers. 2004. Chromosomal evolution interpreted from the rDNA ITS phylogeny for Pelargonium sect. Hoarea (Geraniaceae). Schumannia:93-106.

Trinder-Smith, T. H., R. M. Cowling, and H. P. Linder. 1996. Profiling a besieged flora: endemic and threatened plants of the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation 5:575-589.

Trinder-Smith, T. H., A. T. Lombard, and M. D. Picker. 1996. Reserve scenarios for the Cape Peninsula: high-, middle- and low road options for conserving the remaining biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation 5:649-669.

van der Bank, M., F. H. van der Bank, and B. E. Van Wyk. 1999. Evolution of sprouting versus seeding in Aspalathus linearis. Plant Systematics and Evolution 219:27-38.

van der Bank, M., M. W. Chase, B. E. Van Wyk, M. F. Fay, F. H. van der Bank, G. Reeves, and A. Hulme. 2002. Systematics of the tribe Podalyrieae (Fabaceae) based on DNA, morphological and chemical data. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 139:159-170.

Verboom, G. A., W. D. Stock, and H. P. Linder. 2002. Determinants of postfire flowering in the geophytic grass Ehrharta capensis. Functional Ecology 16:705-713.

Verboom, G. A., H. P. Linder, and W. D. Stock. 2003. Phylogenetics of the grass genus Ehrharta Thunb.: evidence for radiation in the summer-arid zone of the South African Cape. Evolution 57:1008-1021.

Verboom, G. A., H. P. Linder, and W. D. Stock. 2004. Testing the adaptive nature of radiation: growth form and life history divergence in the African grass genus Ehrharta  (Poaceae: Ehrhartoideae). American Journal of Botany 91:1364-1370.

Wikström, N., V. Savolainen, and M. W. Chase. 2001. Evolution of the angiosperms: calibrating the family tree. Proceedings of the  Royal Society of London B 268:2211-2220.