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Diverging functional strategies but high sensitivity to an extreme drought in tropical dry forests.
Despite broad functional trait combinations, tree mortality was more widespread in the functional space than tree growth, where less adapted species showed more negative net biomass balances, suggesting that if dry conditions increase in this ecosystem, ecological functionality and biomass gain would be reduced.
Climate severity and land‐cover transformation determine plant community attributes in Colombian dry forests
Tropical dry forests (TDF) are known to be resource‐limited due to a marked seasonality in precipitation. However, TDF are also shaped by factors such as solar radiation, wind speed, soil fertility,
Epidemiological surveillance and amphibian assemblage status at the Estación Experimental de San Lorenzo , Sierra Nevada de Santa
—Amphibian population declines and extinctions have occurred in conserved sites or protected areas far from anthropogenic activities as a result of emerging infectious diseases such as
Synalpheus amintae sp. nov., a new species of sponge-dwelling snapping shrimp (Crustacea: Decapoda: Alpheidae) from Parque Nacional Natural Isla Gorgona, Pacific Coast of Colombia.
A new species of sponge-dwelling snapping shrimp from the Parque Nacional Natural Isla Gorgona, Pacific coast of Colombia, pertains to the denominated Synalpheus "Gambarelloides" species group sensu Coutière (1909)-previously known as "Laevimanus" group.