Stokesia laevis was originally thought to have a chromosome number of n = 9. (Jones, 1968.) In a later paper, however, Jones revised the number to n = 7 following studies by Gunn and White, postulating that Stokesia and Vernonia may have shared a common genome in the past. (Jones, 1974.)
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