Paulo M. Gonella

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The Drosera species endemic to the central and northern Andes are revised here, including three species: the Venezuelan D. cendeensis as well as D. peruensis and D. condor sp. nov., from Peru and Ecuador. The latter is a new species endemic to the Cordillera del Cóndor that is here described and illustrated for the first time. The similarities and(More)
A new interaction between insects and carnivorous plants is reported from Brazil. Larvae of the predatory flower fly Toxomerus basalis (Diptera: Syrphidae: Syrphinae) have been found scavenging on the sticky leaves of several carnivorous sundew species (Drosera, Droseraceae) in Minas Gerais and São Paulo states, SE Brazil. This syrphid apparently spends its(More)
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