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Flowers with poricidal anthers and their complex interaction networks—Disentangling legitimate pollinators and illegitimate visitors
Funding information Rufford Foundation, Grant/Award Number: 17393-1; Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Minas Gerais, Grant/Award Number: APQ-01707-14; Conselho Nacional de DesenvolvimentoExpand
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Heteranthery as a solution to the demand for pollen as food and for pollination - Legitimate flower visitors reject flowers without feeding anthers.
Heteranthery, the presence of feeding and pollinating anthers in the same flower, seems to mediate the evolutionary dilemma for plants to protect their gametes and yet provide food for pollinators.Expand
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Nectar Secretion of Floral Buds of Tococa guianensis Mediates Interactions With Generalist Ants That Reduce Florivory
The specialised mutualism between Tococa guianensis and ants housed in its leaf domatia is a well-known example of myrmecophily. A pollination study on this species revealed that flowers in the budExpand
First record of Poekilloptera phalaenoides found on Tachigali vulgaris (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae) in southwestern of Goiás, Brazil
A cigarrinha Poekilloptera phalaenoides L. (Auchenorrhyncha: Flatidae) e uma conhecida especie dentre culturas agricolas e de interesse economico devido os danos causados em atividades agricolas.Expand
Trade off between quantity and size of pollen grains in the heterandrous flowers of Senna pendula (Fabaceae)
Heteranthery, the presence of different types of stamens in a flower, may reduce the conflict between pollinators and plants by ensuring the resource for the pollinator without drastically affectingExpand
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Real and potential distribution of the hyperparasitoid genus Mesochorus Gravenhorst (Ichneumonidae: Mesochorinae) in Brazil
Mesochorus species are hyperparasitoids capable of nullifying biological control agents. This study is the first to map and predict the distribution of this genus in Brazil. Species distributionExpand
Caracterização da avifauna em áreas de cerrado no Brasil Central
No Brasil, o cerrado e o segundo maior bioma em extensao e o terceiro com maior riqueza de aves, com aproximadamente 837 especies. Destas, 36 sao endemicas do bioma e 48 estao em algum nivel deExpand
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