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A new species of Dichaea (Orchidaceae) for northern Brazil Acta Amazonica
Valsko,Jefferson José; Krahl,Amauri Herbert; Holanda,Ana Sofia Sousa de; Zartman,Charles Eugene.
Dichaea is the largest genus of the subtribe Zygopetalinae and holds it's the highest species diversity in South America. Therefore, this study aims to describe a new species of Dichaea, which occurs in northern Brazil, Dichaea bragae Valsko, Krahl & Holanda. The new species was collected in the north of Manaus in an area of ombrophilous forest and flowered when cultivated. The epithet honors Dr. Pedro Ivo Soares Braga (in memoriam), orchidologist who conducted several studies in the Brazilian Amazon. This new species show a affinity with Dichaea tenuis C. Schweinf., however it is differentiated both vegetatively and on labellum morphology.
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Taxonomy; Amazonas; Epiphyte; Dense ombrophilous forest.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0044-59672014000300014
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Atlantic epiphyres: a data set of vascular and non-vascular epiphyte plants and lichens from the Atlantic Forest. Repositório Alice
RAMOS, F. N.; MORTARA, S. R.; MONALISA-FRANCISCO, N.; ELIAS, J. P. C.; MENINI NETO, L.; FREITAS, L.; KERSTEN, R. de A.; AMORIM, A. M.; MATOS, F. B. de; NUNES-FREITAS, A. F.; ALCANTARA, S.; ALEXANDRE, M. H. N.; ALMEIDA-SCABBIA, R. J. de; ALMEIDA, O. J. G. de; ALVES, F. E.; ALVES, R. M. de O.; ALVIM, F. S.; ANDRADE, A. C. S. de; ANDRADE, S. de; AONA, L. Y. S.; ARAUJO. A. C.; ARAÚJO, K. C. T. de; ARIATI, V.; ASSIS, J. C.; AZEVEDO, C. O. de; BARBOSA, B. F.; BARBOSA, D. E. F.; BARBOSA, F. dos R.; BARROS, F. de; BASILIO, G. A.; BATAGHIN, F. A.; BERED, F.; BIANCHI, J. S.; BLUM, C. T.; BOETLER, C. R.; BONNET, A.; BRANCALION, P. H. S.; BREIER, T. B.; BRION, C. de T.; BUZATTO, C. R.; CABRAL, A.; CADORIN, T. J.; CAGLIONI, E.; CANÊZ, L.; CARDOSO, P. H.; CARVALHO, F. S. de; CARVALHO, R. G.; CATHARINO, E. L. M.; CEBALLOS, S. J.; CEREZINI, M. T.; CÉSAR, R. G.; CESTARI, C.; CHAVES, C. J. N.; CITADINE-ZANETTE, V.; COELHO, L. F. M.; COFFANI-NUNES, J. V.; COLARES, R.; COLLETTA, G. D.; CORRÊA, N. de M.; COSTA, A. F. da; COSTA, G. M. da; COSTA, L. M. S.; COSTA, N. G. S.; COUTO, D. R.; CRISTOFOLINI, C.; CRUZ, A. C. R. da; DEL NERI, L. A.; DI PASQUO, M.; DIAS, A. dos S.; DIAS, L. do C. D.; DISLICH, R.; DUARTE, M. C.; FABRICANTE, J. R.; FARACHE, F. H. A.; FARIA, A. P. G. de; FAXINA, C.; FERREIRA, M. T. M.; FISCHER, E.; FONSECA, C. R.; FONTOURA, T.; FRANCISCO, T. M.; FURTADO, S. G.; GALETTI, M.; GALETTI, M.; GARBIN, M. L.; GASPER, A. L. de; GOETZE, M.; GOMES-DA-SILVA, J.; GONÇALVES, M. F. A.; GONZAGA, D. R.; SILVA, A. C. G. e; GUARALDO, A. de C.; GUARINO, E. de S. G.; GUISLON, A. V.; HUDSON, L. B.; JARDIM, J. G.; JUNGBLUTH, P.; KAESER, S. dos S.; KESSOUS, I. M.; KOCH, N. M.; KUNIYOSHI, Y. S.; LABIAK, P. H.; LAPATE, M. E.; SANTOS, A. C. L.; LEAL, R. L. B.; LEITE, F. S.; LEITMAN, P.; LIBONI, A. P.; LIEBSCH, D.; LINGNER, D. V.; LOMBARDI, J. A.; LUCAS, E.; LUZZI, J. dos R.; MAI, P.; MANIA, L. F.; MANTOVANI, W.; MARAGNI, A. G.; MARQUES, M. C. M.; MARQUEZ, G.; MARTINS, C.; MARTINS, L. do N.; MARTINS, P. L. S. S.; MAZZIERO, F. F. F.; MELO, C. de A.; MELO, M. M. F. de; MENDES, A. F.; MESACASA, L.; MORELLATO, L. P. C.; MORENO, V. de S.; MULLER, A.; MURAKAMI, M. M. da S.; CECCONELLO, E.; NARDY, C.; NERVO, M. H.; NEVES, B.; NOGUEIRA, M. G. C.; NONATO, F. R.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A. T. de; OLIVEIRA, C. P. L. de; OVERBECK, G. E.; MARCUSSO, G. M.; PACIENCIA, M. L. B.; PADILHA, P.; PADILHA, P. T.; PEREIRA, A. C. A.; PEREIRA, L. C.; PEREIRA, R. A. S.; PINCHEIRA-ULBRICH, J.; PIRES, J. S. R.; PIZO, M. A.; PÔRTO, K. C.; RATTIS, L.; REIS, J. R. de M.; REIS, S. G. dos; ROCHA-PESSÔA, T. C.; ROCHA, C. F. D.; ROCHA, F. S.; RODRIGUES, A. R. P.; RODRIGUES, R. R.; ROGALSKI, J. M.; ROSANELLI, R. L.; ROSSADO, A.; ROSSATTO, D. R.; ROTHER, D. C.; RUIZ-MIRANDA, C. R.; SAITER, F. Z.; SAMPAIO, M. B.; SANTANA, L. D.; SANTOS, J. S. dos; SARTORELLO, R.; SAZIMA, M.; SCHMITT, J. L.; SCHNEIDER, G.; SCHROEDER, B. G.; SEVEGNANI, L.; SILVA JÚNIOR, V. O.; SILVA, F. R. da; SILVA, M. J. da; SILVA, M. P. P.; SILVA, R. G.; SILVA, S. M.; SINGER, R. B.; SIQUEIRA, G.; SOARES, L. E.; SOUSA, H. C. de; SPIELMANN, A.; TONETTI, V. R.; TONIATO, M. T. Z.; ULGUIM, P. S. B.; VAN DEN BERG, C.; VAN DEN BERG, E.; VARASSIN, I. G.; SILVA, I. B. V. da; VIBRANS, A. C.; WAECHTER, J. L.; WEISSENBERG, E. W.; WINDISCH, P. G.; WOLOWSKI, M.; YAÑEZ, A.; YOSHIKAWA, V. N.; ZANDONÁ, L. R.; ZANELLA, C. M.; ZANIN, E. M.; ZAPPI, D. C.; ZIPPARRO, V. B.; ZORZANELLI, J. P. F.; RIBEIRO, M. C..
Epiphytes are hyper?diverse and one of the frequently undervalued life forms in plant surveys and biodiversity inventories. Epiphytes of the Atlantic Forest, one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world, have high endemism and radiated recently in the Pliocene. We aimed to (1) compile an extensive Atlantic Forest data set on vascular, non?vascular plants (including hemiepiphytes), and lichen epiphyte species occurrence and abundance; (2) describe the epiphyte distribution in the Atlantic Forest, in order to indicate future sampling efforts. Our work presents the first epiphyte data set with information on abundance and occurrence of epiphyte phorophyte species. All data compiled here come from three main sources provided by the authors: published...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Filicophyta; Lejeuneaceae; Lycopodiophyta; Magnoliophyta; Floresta Atlântica; Epífita; Atlantic Forest; Biodiversity data set; Biodiversity hotspot; Epiphyte; Phorophyte; Tropical forest; Bromeliaceae; Orchidaceae; Floresta Tropical; Marchantiophyta; Polypodiaceae; Tracheophyta.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1105839
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Diurnal frugivores on the Bromeliaceae Aechmea depressa L.B. Sm. from Northeastern Brazil: the prominent role taken by a small forest primate Biota Neotropica
Fontoura,Talita; Cazetta,Eliana; Nascimento,Wander do; Catenacci,Lilian; De Vleeschouwer,Kristel; Raboy,Becky.
Little is known about frugivory of epiphytes. We investigated diurnal frugivores consuming Aechmea depressa, an endemic species from Southern Bahia, Brazil, through 67 hours of observation on three fruiting individuals. Infructescences were visited for 2% of the time and only by golden-headed lion tamarins (GHLTs; Leontopithecus chrysomelas). Aechmea depressa invests on physical defense to retain fruits for prolonged periods, however, GHLTs used their small size and dexterity to remove rigid bracts and extract fruits from the infructescence. Prior studies indicate GHLTs disperse Aechmea seeds. Given the low visitation rates and probability that few frugivores successfully manipulate A. depressa fruits, we suggest that GHLTs are extremely important to...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/other Palavras-chave: Atlantic Rainforest; Epiphyte; Golden-headed-lion tamarin; Leontopithecus chrysomelas.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1676-06032010000400041
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Floristic overview of the epiphytic bryophytes of terra firme forests across the Amazon basin Acta Botanica
Oliveira,Sylvia Mota de; ter Steege,Hans.
Epiphytic bryophyte communities in terra firme forests of the Amazon region were investigated for the first time through standardized sampling across the Amazon basin. The sampling was carried out at nine localities, where bryophytes were collected in five height zones, from the forest floor to the canopy of eight canopy trees per locality. The sampling generated 3104 records, identifying 222 species and 39 morphospecies, within 29 families. The most common families were Lejeuneaceae (in 55%), Calymperaceae (in 8%), Leucobryaceae (in 4%) and Sematophyllaceae (in 4%). Richness and species composition did not show any geographical gradient. The bryoflora was significantly richer in the localities of Saül, in French Guiana, and Tiputini, in Ecuador, than in...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Epiphyte; Diversity; Liverworts; Mosses; Rain forest; Vertical gradient.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0102-33062013000200010
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Hoya fauziana ssp. angulata (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae), a new subspecies from Borneo and Sumatra Naturalis
Rodda, M.; Lamb, A.L.; Gokusing, L.; Rahayu, S..
A new Hoya subspecies from Borneo and Sumatra, Hoya fauziana ssp. angulata is described and illustrated. Both subspecies of Hoya fauziana have long lanceolate leaves, pubescent corollas and prominent ovoid corona lobes. They can be separated by the orientation of the pedicels (straight in H. fauziana ssp. fauziana and angled in H. fauziana ssp. angulata) and the type and position of pubescence of the corolla (tube and lobes pubescent with evident sericeous hairs in H. fauziana ssp. fauziana vs only tube finely pubescent in H. fauziana ssp. angulata).
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Asclepiadaceae; Epiphyte; Hill Dipterocarp forest; Indonesia; Kalabakan; Kalimantan; Malaysia; Sabah; Southeast Asia.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/664924
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NOTES ON THE MARINE ALGAE OF THE INTERNATIONAL BIOSPHERE RESERVE SEAFLOWER, CARIBBEAN COLOMBIA IV: NEW RECORDS OF MACROALGAL EPIPHYTES ON THE SEAGRASS THALASSIA TESTUDINUM Boletín de Investigaciones
Albis-Salas,Margarita Rosa; Gavio,Brigitte.
Nine species of macroalgae are newly reported for the Caribbean International Biosphere Reserve Seaflower. Of these taxa, Neosiphonia sphaerocarpa, Polysiphonia schneideri, Polysiphonia sertularioides, Cladosiphon occidentalis, and Phaeophila dendroides, have been previously reported from Colombian waters, whereas Ulothrix sp., Ulva flexuosa subsp. paradoxa, Chaetomorpha minima, and Cladophora liniformis represent new records for the country. All the algae were found growing epiphytically on Thalassia testudinum in shallow (<1 m) seagrass meadows around San Andrés Island. Their morphological features are discussed.
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Colombia; Epiphyte; Marine algae; New records; Polysiphonia.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.scielo.org.co/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0122-97612015000100003
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Use of anatomical root markers for species identification in Catasetum (Orchidaceae) at the Portal da Amazônia region, MT, Brazil Acta Amazonica
SILVA,Ivone Vieira da; OLIVEIRA,Rubens Maia de; ROSSI,Ana Aparecida Bandini; SILVA,Angelita Benevenuti da; OLIVEIRA,Daiane Maia de.
Orchidaceae is one of the largest botanical families, with approximately 780 genera. Among the genera of this family, Catasetum currently comprises 166 species. The aim of this study was to characterize the root anatomy of eight Catasetum species, verifying adaptations related to epiphytic habit and looking for features that could contribute to the vegetative identification of such species. The species studied were collected at the Portal da Amazônia region, Mato Grosso state, Brazil. The roots were fixed in FAA 50, cut freehand, and stained with astra blue/fuchsin. Illustrations were obtained with a digital camera mounted on a photomicroscope. The roots of examined species shared most of the anatomical characteristics observed in other species of the...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Adaptations; Catasetinae; Epiphyte; Velamen.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0044-59672015000100021
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