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The genus Cyperus (Cyperaceae) in Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil
Cyperus is a Pantropical genus and the second richest in species in Cyperaceae. It encompasses about 550 species worldwide, with about 100 of these occurring in Brazil. Studies on the taxonomy ofExpand
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List of angiosperm species of the riparian vegetation of the Apodi-Mossoró River, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
This article describes the riparian vegetation of a river in the Rio Grande do Norte state for the first time. This is a seasonal river in the semiarid region of the Caatinga biome. The study isExpand
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A new species of Cyperus L. (Cyperaceae) from northeastern Brazil
A new species, Cyperus potiguar , is here described and illustrated. It is a perennial species morphologically related to C. alvesii and C. ligularis, but can be recognized by spikelet size, numberExpand
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Cyperaceae do rio Apodi-Mossoró, Estado do Rio Grande do Norte, Brasil
The Apodi-Mossoro River, located in the Caatinga biome, has its course characterized by diverse landscape sand humid environments, as well as by many members of the family Cyperaceae. Studies on theExpand
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Citogenética, reprodução e variabilidade morfológica de espécies de Mesosetum sect. Bifaria (Hack.) Chase (Poaceae: Paspaleae)
Dissertacao (mestrado)–Universidade de Brasilia, Instituto de Ciencias Biologicas, Departamento de Botânica, Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Botânica, 2013.
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Eleven new records of little known taxa of Mesosetum and Paspalum (Poaceae) from Brazil and Bolivia
New records of Poaceae in Brazil and Bolivia are documented from expeditions, collections and review of herbarium specimens. Eleven new records are confirmed and comments, IUCN Threatened SpeciesExpand
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Micromorphology of the upper anthecium in Mesosetum Steud. and related genera (Poaceae, Arthropogoninae) and its taxonomic applications
Mesosetum is a Neotropical genus with 25 species, and 21 of them occur in Brazil. Mesosetum forms a clade closely related with Keratochlaena rigidifolia and Tatianyx arnacites. The objective of thisExpand
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