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CHECKLIST OF BROMELIACEAE OF MINAS GERAIS ,B RAZIL, WITH NOTES ON TAXONOMY AND ENDEMISM

@inproceedings{Versieux2006CHECKLISTOB,
  title={CHECKLIST OF BROMELIACEAE OF MINAS GERAIS ,B RAZIL, WITH NOTES ON TAXONOMY AND ENDEMISM},
  author={Leonardo de Melo Versieux and Rio de Janeiro-RJ},
  year={2006}
}
Bromeliaceae diversity in Minas Gerais state, Brazil, is discussed, and a checklist is provided of the 27 genera, 265 species, and 18 infraspecific taxa found there. The total number of bromeliad genera in Minas Gerais exceeds that of all other Brazilian states and even of all other South American countries. A total of 98 species (37%) are endemic to the state. The exceptional floristic richness observed is attributed to the environmental conditions found solely in Minas Gerais that allow the… 

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