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Renner, S. S.1986 The neotropical epiphytic Melastomataceae: Phytogeographic patterns, fruit types, and floral biology Selbyana9(1): 104–111
Renner, S. S.1992 Seed dispersal Progr. Bot.53: 436–454
Renner, S. S.1992 Seed dispersal Progr. Bot.49: 413–432
Renner, S. S.1993 Phylogeny and classification of the Melastomataceae and Memecylaceae Nordic J. Bot.13(5): 519–540
Renner, S. S.1999 Circumscription and phylogeny of the Laurales: Evidence from molecular and morphological data Amer. J. Bot.86(9): 1301–1315
Renner, S. S.2006 Crypteroniaceae Fam. Gen. Vasc. Pl.9: 123–126
Renner, S. S. & A. Chanderbali2000 What is the relationship among Hernandiaceae, Lauraceae, and Monimiaceae, and why is this question so difficult to answer? Int. J. Pl. Sci.161(6 Suppl.): S109–S119
Renner, S. S. & G. Hausner1995 New species of Siparuna (Monimiaceae)—I. Four new species from Ecuador and Colombia Novon5(1): 61–70
Renner, S. S. & G. Hausner1996 New species of Siparuna (Monimiaceae)—II. Seven new species from Ecuador and Colombia Novon6(1): 103–116
Renner, S. S. & G. Hausner2000 New species of Siparuna (Siparunaceae) III. Three new species and one newly ranked entity from Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru Novon10(2): 134–143
Renner, S. S. & G. Hausner2005 New species of Siparuna (Siparunaceae) IV. A new subcanopy tree from white-sand areas in Brazil and Venezuela Novon15(1): 202–206
Renner, S. S. & K. Meyer2001 Melastomeae come full circle: biogeographic reconstruction and molecular clock dating Evolution55(7): 1315–1324
Renner, S. S. & S. G. Beck2003 A new Miconia (Melastomataceae) from Bolivia, with remarks on angular-branched species in the Andes Novon13(1): 110–112
Renner, S. S., G. Clausing & K. Meyer2001 Historical biogeography of Melastomataceae: the roles of tertiary migration and long-distance dispersal Amer. J. Bot.88(7): 1290–1300
 
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