Numerosos autores han empleado el ACP sobre datos derivados de estructuras florales para la identificacion de especies cercanas y generos como Schizanthus (Solanaceae, Perez 2011), Lithophragma
(Saxifragaceae, Thompson 2013), Orchis (Orchidaceae, Jacquemyn et al.
Diversity of floral visitors to sympatric Lithophragma
species differing in floral morphology.
Lepidium latifolium Leucanthemum vulgare Linaria vulgaris Lithophragma
glabrum 0.3 [+ or -] 0.0 0.3 [+ or -] 0.0 Lithospermum ruderale Lomatium nudicaule 1.4 [+ or -] 0.3 Lomatium spp.
Plant-butterfly interactions in South-central Idaho, sorted by butterfly species (generic epithet), 2003-2007 Butterfly Butterfly (scientific (scientific Plant Plant name) name) (nectar) (other) Anthocharis Sara Lithophragma
sara Lucas Orangetip parviflora, Phlox longifolia Artogeia Cabbage Cirsium rapae (L.) White arvense, Asclepias speciosus Basilarchia Weidemeyer's Apocynum weidemeyerii Admiral androsaemifolium (W.
For example, the interactions between tritons, Taricha granulosa, and snakes, Thamnophis sirtalis (Brodie, Ridenhour and Brodie, 2002), and between moths, Greya politella, and woodland star Lithophragma
parviflorum (Thompson and Pellmyr, 1992) present evidence of evolution for only one of the interacting species.
Known cases of both pollinating and seed-consuming interactions between plants and their pollinators include Silene vulgaris and Hadena moths (Pettersson 1991a, Pettersson 1992a), Lithophragma and Greya moths (Thompson and Pellmyr 1992, Davis et al.
Greya politella moths are effective pollinators but are commensalistic with Lithophragma in years or populations where co-pollinators are abundant because their positive effects on seed set are masked by co-pollinators (Thompson and Pellmyr 1992, Pellmyr et al.
* San Clemente Island woodland-star (Lithophragma
maximum)--a rhizomatous, perennial herb in the family Saxiphragaceae.
Tiarella and Lithophragma comprise three and nine species, respectively.
(1991a) used the same suite of taxa studied herein, with the exception that two additional species of Lithophragma were included in that study (L.
Throughout most of the currently known range, the moths pollinate and lay eggs into the flowers of Lithophragma
Such evolutionary lability was shown in studies at the species level for two genera in Saxifragaceae, Lithophragma
(Kuzoffet al., 1999, 2001) and Chrysosplenium (Soltis et al., 2001).