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Pollination of Peltogyne chrysopis: an endemic tree of the Atlantic Forest

Isys M. Souza Ligia Silveira Funch and Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz

Abiotic effects on the cover and richness of corticolous lichens on Araucaria angustifolia trunks

Lucas Nunes, Giulia Burle, Emerson Luiz Gumboski and Michele Dechoum

Plant architecture influences gall abundance in a tropical montane plant species

Maria Gabriela Boaventura de Castro, Cássio Cardoso Pereira and Tatiana Cornelissen

Re-establishment, new records, and a key for the species of Aspidosperma (Apocynaceae) from the Brazilian Amazon

Andreza Stephanie de Souza Peirera, Ana Carolina Devides Castello, André Olmos Simões and Ingrid Koch

Nectar ecology of the endemic epiphytic hummingbird-pollinated bromeliad Vriesea altodaserrae: secretion dynamics and pollinator visitation pattern

Carlos E. P. Nunes, Joseildo Briet, Leonardo Galetto, Marlies Sazima and Felipe W. Amorim

Flower trade-offs derived from nectar investment in female reproduction of two Nicotiana species (Solanaceae)

Leonardo Galetto, Francielle Paulina Araujo, Gabriel Grilli, Leonardo D. Amarilla, Carolina Torres and Marlies Sazima

Pollinator availability, mating system and variation in flower morphology in a tropical savannah tree

André Rodrigo Rech, Leonardo Ré Jorge, Jeff Ollerton and Marlies Sazima

Towards a unified terminology for angiosperm reproductive systems

João Custódio Fernandes Cardoso, Matheus Lacerda Viana, Raphael Matias, Marco Túlio Furtado, Ana Paula de Souza Caetano, Hélder Consolaro and Vinícius Lourenço Garcia de Brito

New record Perenniporia centrali-africana Decock & Mossebo, Sytematics and Geography of Plants 71 (2): 608 (2001)

Rejane Maria Ferreira da Silva, Mayara Alice Correia de Mélo, Rafael José Vilela de Oliveira, Cristina Maria de Souza-Motta and Gladstone Alves da Silva

The presence of Fabaceae in the pollen profile of propolis produced in northeastern Brazil

Luciano Oliveira Avelino and Francisco de Assis Ribeiro dos Santos

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