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Catálogo de plantas e fungos do Brasil
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New Brazilian Floristic List Highlights Conservation Challenges
A comprehensive new inventory of Brazilian plants and fungi was published just in time to meet a 2010 Convention on Biological Diversity target and offers important insights into this biodiversity'sExpand
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A Morphological Cladistic Analysis of the Vriesea corcovadensis Group (Bromeliaceae: Tillandsiodeae), with Anatomical Descriptions: New Evidence of the Non-Monophyly of the Genus
Abstract Vriesea is the second-largest genus of Bromeliaceae, with more than 280 species. Although the genus is traditionally circumscribed as a natural group, all phylogenetic analysis undertakenExpand
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Morphological Phylogenetics of Quesnelia (Bromeliaceae, Bromelioideae)
Abstract The genus Quesnelia presently includes 18 species, which occur mainly near the east coast of Brazil from the states of Rio de Janeiro to Bahia. The genus has been divided into two subgenera,Expand
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Vriesea (Bromeliaceae, Tillandsioideae): a cladistic analysis of eastern Brazilian species based on morphological characters
with about 280 species distributed in two sections, Vriesea and Xiphion, is recognized as polyphyletic. We provide the cladistic analysis based on morphological data, with emphasis on species fromExpand
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Síntese da diversidade brasileira
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Leaf anatomy of Quesnelia (Bromeliaceae): implications for the systematics of core bromelioids
Quesnelia is an endemic genus of the Atlantic Forest in Brazil. It features 21 species and three varieties that are distributed from Santa Catarina to Bahia, with diversity centers in the Rio deExpand
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