Plastid phylogenomics resolves ambiguous relationships within the orchid family and provides a solid timeframe for biogeography and macroevolution

Maria Alejandra Serna-Sánchez, Oscar A. Pérez-Escobar, Diego Bogarín, María Fernanda Torres-Jimenez, Astrid Catalina Alvarez-Yela, Juliana E. Arcila-Galvis, Climbie F. Hall, Fábio de Barros, Fábio Pinheiro, Steven Dodsworth, Mark W. Chase, Alexandre Antonelli, Tatiana Arias*

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