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Pollination of Cambessedesia wurdackii in Brazilian Campo Rupestre Vegetation, with Special Reference to Crepuscular Bees
Abstract Cambessedesia wurdackii Martins (Myrtales: Melastomataceae) is presumably endemic to the Chapada Diamantina, Bahia State, Brazil. A majority of the species of this family are pollinated byExpand
Inter-annual variations in the abundance of young-of-the-year of migratory fishes in the Upper Paraná River floodplain: relations with hydrographic attributes.
In this study, we identified and characterized the hydrographic attributes related to the success of recruitment of migratory fishes in the Upper Paraná River floodplain. To achieve our objectives,Expand
Abstract Flowers of Ludwigia elegans present a set of generalized characteristics attracting visitors of several insect taxa, however, they strongly depend on bees for pollination. Bees of 32 speciesExpand
Daily activity patterns of visits by males of four species of Eulaema (Apidae: Euglossina) to odor baits in a tropical forest fragment in Bahia, Brasil
Several studies have been conducted with bees of the subtribe Euglossina using odor baits as attractants. The objective of this study was to analyze the daily activity pattern of visits by males ofExpand
Interactions between bees and Ludwigia elegans (Camb.) Hara (Onagraceae) flowers at different altitudes in São Paulo, Brazil
Populations of Ludwigia elegans (Carnb.) Hara were examined in Aluminio (600m) and Campos do Jordao (1520m), in the State of Sao Paulo. Flowers of both populations are self-incompatible and dependentExpand
[The pollination of Krameria bahiana B.B. Simpson by bees in the Coastal Sand Plains of Bahia, Brazil].
The flowers of K. bahiana mainly produce oil as floral resource for their visitors. Oil collecting bees usually show morphological and behavioral adaptation for their collection. This study focusedExpand
Interaction between visiting bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) and flowers of Ludwigia elegans (Camb.) hara (Onagraceae) during the year in two different areas in São Paulo, Brazil.
  • M. Gimenes
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
  • 1 November 2003
This study was designed to characterize the interactions between Ludwigia elegans flowers and visiting bees during two years in two areas 200 km apart, at the same latitude (approximately 22Expand
Ichthyofauna from the Emas National Park region: composition and structure.
The relationship between habitats and the ichthyofauna composition in the Parque Nacional das Emas (PNE) and adjacent areas (the Araguaia and Sucuriú rivers) are provided and could be applied inExpand
Three diurnal patterns of anthesis in Ipomoea carnea subsp. fistulosa (Convolvulaceae): Implications for temporal, behavioral and morphological characteristics of pollinators?
Abstract Flowers of Ipomoea are characterized mainly by being ephemeral and showy. They attract many floral visitors of different taxonomic groups, whose activity is generally synchronized withExpand