Ecological niche modeling and principal component analysis of Krameria Loefl. (Krameriaceae)

  title={Ecological niche modeling and principal component analysis of Krameria Loefl. (Krameriaceae)},
  author={Tereza Cristina Giannini and Adriana Takahasi and Maria Cl{\'a}udia Melo Pacheco de Medeiros and Antonio Mauro Saraiva and Isabel Alves-dos-Santos},
  journal={Journal of Arid Environments},
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