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Safe sex: ant defense does not interfere with pollination in passion flowers

Tiago Valadares Ferreira, Thiago Junqueira Izzo and Alberto López Teixido



The aquatic species Pontederia azurea and P. crassipes (Pontederiaceae) in the Pantanal, Brazil: evidence of how plant structure can simultaneously reflect phylogeny and ecology

Thales D. Leandro, Zildamara dos Reis Holsback and Edna Scremin-Dias



Maintenance of wetland plant communities: the role of the seed bank in regeneration of native plants

Francielli Bao, Marco Antonio de Assis and Arnildo Pott



Predicting the potential distribution of aquatic herbaceous plants in oligotrophic Central Amazonian wetland ecosystems

Aline Lopes, Layon Oreste Demarchi, Augusto Cesar Franco, Aurélia Bentes Ferreira, Cristiane Silva Ferreira, Florian Wittmann, Ivone Neri Santiago, Jefferson da Cruz, Jeisiane Santos da Silva, Jochen Schöngart, Sthefanie do Nascimento Gomes de Souza and Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade



Limnological layers improve species distribution modeling of aquatic macrophytes at fine-spatial resolution

Edson Gomes de Moura Júnior, Fellipe Alves Ozorio do Nascimento, José Pires de Lemos Filho, William Severi and Luciana Hiromi Yoshino Kamino



How hidden is the diversity of the genus Cosmarium (Desmidiaceae) in the Brazilian Caatinga?

Geraldo José Peixoto Ramos, Maria Aparecida dos Santos and Carlos Wallace do Nascimento Moura



First molecular analysis of the genus Bryopsis (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta) from Brazil, with an emphasis on the Pernambuco coast

Marcella Guennes Tavares de Oliveira, Sonia Maria Barreto Pereira, Ana Maria Benko-Iseppon, Valdir Queiroz Balbino, Wilson José da Silva Junior, Caroline Feijão Ximenes, Maria de Fátima de Oliveira Carvalho and Valéria Cassano



Implications of global climate change for the development and ecological interactions between two key Amazonian aquatic macrophytes

Sthefanie do Nascimento Gomes de Souza, Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade, Layon Oreste Demarchi and Aline Lopes



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