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Phenology of Atlantic Rain Forest Trees: A Comparative Study1
Abstract This paper describes the phenology of leaf, flower, and fruit phenology in the Atlantic rain forests of southeastern Brazil. For 17 months, we observed the phenological patterns of trees…
Interactions between oil-collecting bees and Krameria grandiflora (Krameriaceae) with emphasis on the role of specialized floral traits in the mutual fit
- L. T. Carneiro, Camila Bárbara Danny Silva André, A. Takahasi, I. Alves-dos-Santos
- BiologyArthropod-Plant Interactions
- 17 March 2019
Although predicted to mediate the floral mechanical fit with Centris, the absence of the petaloid petals had a neutral effect on both oil-gathering behaviour and seed set, when comparing Caenonomada and Centris.
Rediscovering Dyckia excelsa (Bromeliaceae) in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil: Taxonomy, Geographic Distribution, and Notes on Leaf Anatomy
- G. Paggi, Rafael Louzada, I. Ishii, A. Takahasi, R. C. Arruda, A. P. Lorenz-Lemke
- 12 February 2015
The rediscovery of the bromeliad Dyckia excelsa in Mato Grosso do Sul state, central-western Brazil, is reported and the status of D. excelsa is discussed, and recommendations for its conservation are offered.
Checklist of the flora in ironstone outcrops at the Urucum Plateau, Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul
- M. S. D. Lima, A. Takahasi, G. Damasceno-Júnior, A. Araujo
- Environmental ScienceBiota Neotropica
Abstract: "Cangas" are ironstone outcrops occurring at the foot of the Urucum Plateau, on the western edge of Pantanal, Corumbá-MS. In Brazil, the knowledge about flora and ecology of the plant…