Mimulus section Eunanus

Skunky monkeyflower Mimulus mephiticus, copyright Lars Rosengreen.

Belongs within: Phrymaceae.

The section Eunanus of the genus Mimulus is a group of monkeyflowers found in western North America, characterised by a divided placenta, pubescent styles, and small, nearly regular, corollas (Beardsley et al. 2004).

<==Mimulus sect. Eunanus
    |  i. s.: M. angustifolius BS04
    |         M. ovatus [=M. bigelovii var. ovatus] BS04
    |         M. spissus BS04
    |         M. subsecundus BS04
    |--M. nanus BS04
    |--+--M. clivicola BS04
    |  |--M. cusickii BS04
    |  `--M. jepsonii BS04
    `--+--+--M. rattanii BS04 [incl. M. rattanii ssp. decurtatus H93]
       |  |    |--M. r. ssp. rattanii BS04
       |  |    `--M. r. ssp. decurrens BS04
       |  `--+--M. brevipes BS04
       |     `--+--M. fremontii BS04
       |        `--M. johnstonii BS04
       `--+--M. mohavensis BS04
          `--+--+--M. layneae BS04 [incl. M. brachiatus H93]
             |  `--M. viscidus BS04
             `--+--M. mephiticus BS04 [=M. nanus var. mephiticus BS04; incl. M. coccineus H93, M. densus H93]
                `--+--+--M. bigelovii BS04
                   |  |    |--M. b. var. bigelovii BS04
                   |  |    `--M. b. var. cuspidatus BS04 [incl. M. bigelovii var. panamintensis H93]
                   |  `--M. bolanderi BS04 [incl. M. platylaemus H93]
                   `--+--M. leptaleus BS04
                      `--+--M. constrictus BS04
                         `--M. whitneyi BS04

*Type species of generic name indicated


[BS04] Beardsley, P. M., S. E. Schoenig, J. B. Whittall & R. G. Olmstead. 2004. Patterns of evolution in western North American Mimulus (Phrymaceae). American Journal of Botany 91 (3): 474–489.

[H93] Hickman, J. C. (ed.) 1993. The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California. University of California Press: Berkeley (California).

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