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Historical biogeography of the herbaceous bamboo tribe Olyreae (Bambusoideae: Poaceae)

  • Eduardo Ruiz-SanchezEmail author
  • Victoria Sosa
  • Andrés E. Ortiz-Rodriguez
  • Gerrit Davidse
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Abstract

The tribe Olyreae comprises 124 understorey herbaceous bamboos species and almost all of its species are distributed in the Neotropics. Only Buergersiochloa bambusoides is found in New Guinea, and Olyra latifolia has a disjunct distribution in tropical America, Africa and Madagascar. Applying phylogenetic and biogeographical analyses, our aim was to identify the ancestral area and time of divergence of Olyreae, and to elucidate whether the bi-continental distribution of O. latifolia was the result of natural long-distance dispersal or human introduction. Our results confirmed the monophyly of tribe Olyreae, the paraphyly/polyphyly of the genus Olyra, and the sistership of Buergersiochloa bambusoides to the rest of Olyreae. Estimates of divergence time and ancestral range indicate that the Olyreae probably originated in the late Eocene to Oligocene, followed by Miocene diversification. South America+Oceania were recovered as the ancestral area of the tribe, therefore the distribution of B. bambusoides lies within the ancestral area. Our phylogenetic results showed that all O. latifolia samples, both American and African, formed a strongly supported clade. The lack of genetic differentiation indicates that probably the species was introduced to Africa very recently, potentially by humans during colonial times. Based on the widespread distribution of O. latifolia in Africa despite its lack of use by humans, we suggest that this species might possess effective capabilities for dispersal and establishment, both of which would require further study.

Keywords

Africa America herbaceaous bamboos human-mediated dispersal Neotropics  Olyra latifolia 

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Acknowledgements

We extend our sincere gratitude to Arith Pérez Orozco, Cristina Bárcenas, Maura L. Quezada Aguilar, Wendy Cerrato, Kelvin Bodden, Eydi Yanina Guerrero, Lilian Ferrufino, Claudia Morales, Rodrigo Blanco, Ismael Valdivieso and Regina Cuevas for assistance in the field and laboratory and, Bianca Delfosse for editing the English version of this manuscript. Field work was funded by a grant (215514) from CONACyT (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología), and the Laboratorio Nacional de Identificación y Caracterización Vegetal (CONACyT-UdeG) are also acknowledged.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Departamento de Botánica y Zoología, Centro Universitario de Ciencias Biológicas y AgropecuariasUniversidad de GuadalajaraZapopánMexico
  2. 2.Biología Evolutiva, Instituto de Ecología A.C.XalapaMexico
  3. 3.Departamento de BotánicaInstituto de Biología, UNAM, Ciudad UniversitariaCiudad de MéxicoMexico
  4. 4.Missouri Botanical GardenSt. LouisUSA

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