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Elucidating plant-pollinator interactions in South Brazilian grasslands: What do we know and where are we going?

Suiane Santos Oleques, Tatiana Teixeira de Souza-Chies and Rubem Samuel de Avila Jr

Challenges and lessons learned from the digitization of Brazilian small herbaria

André Luís de Gasper, Gustavo Heiden, Leonardo M. Versieux, Paula M. Leitman and Rafaela C. Forzza

A phylogeny of Calligonum L. (Polygonaceae) yields challenges to current taxonomic classifications

Pei-Liang Liu, Wei Shi, Jun Wen, Shomurodov Khabibullo Fayzullaevich and Borong Pan

Intraspecific variability of nectar attracts different bats: the case of Pseudalcantarea viridiflora, a bromeliad with crepuscular anthesis

Pedro Adrián Aguilar-Rodríguez, Marco Tschapka, José Guadalupe García-Franco, Thorsten Krömer, Juan Carlos López-Acosta and María Cristina MacSwiney González

Pollen morphology of Acalypha L. (Euphorbiaceae) with emphasis on Brazilian species that occur in Bahia

Airã de Lima Bomfim, Francisco de Assis Ribeiro dos Santos and Daniela Santos Carneiro Torres

Molecular cytogenetics of Dictyoloma vandellianum A. Juss. and the ancestral karyotype of Rutaceae

Amanda Santos, Ana Emília Barros e Silva, Milton Groppo and Marcelo Guerra

Xyris serrana (Xyridaceae), a new species endemic to the Campos de Cima da Serra, Southern Brazil

Eduardo Damasceno Lozano, Maria das Graças Lapa Wanderley and Paulo Takeo Sano

Arbuscular mycorrhizal and dark septate fungi are not common in roots of epiphytic pteridophytes from a transitional forest area in South of Brazil

Heloisa Krzyzanski, Maria Auxiliadora Milaneze Gutierre and Rosilaine Carrenho

Response of mangrove plant species to a saline gradient: Implications for ecological restoration

Wasana de Silva and Mala Amarasinghe

Advances in the knowledge of the natural history of aquatic plants in the Neotropics

Edson Gomes de Moura Júnior, Suzana Neves Moreira, Aline Lopes, Marco Otávio Dias Pivari, Maria Cecilia Chiara Moço, Vali Joana Pott and Arnildo Pott

Biomass production of the aquatic macrophyte Ceratopteris pteridoides (Hook.) Hieron (Pteridaceae) in nutrient addition treatments

Aline Lopes, Aurelia Bentes Ferreira, Luiz Rubens Piedade and Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade

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

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

Bamboo influence on seed bank and biotic and abiotic factors of a Brazilian Tropical forest

Débora Cristina Rother, Paula Ponteli Costa, Thaís Diniz Silva, Karinne Sampaio Valdemarin and Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues

A new species and a new record of Heisteria Jacq. (Olacaceae s.l.) from the Atlantic Forest of Espírito Santo, Brazil

Danielly da Silva Lucena and Marccus Alves

Multiple scale biotic homogenization driven by the invasive tropical Taner grass on the native aquatic macrophyte community of a subtropical tidal river

Rayana Yumi Sato, Ana Paula Lula Costa and Andre Andrian Padial

Divergent pollination system and morph-dependent effects of corolla length on inaccuracy of reciprocity and reproductive success of a distylous Rubiaceae

Alessandra Ribeiro Pinto, Marina Muniz Moreira, Miguel A. Rodríguez-Gironés and Leandro Freitas

Mutation in focus: first record of a wild chimeric individual for the subtribe Laeliinae (Orchidaceae)

Felipe Fajardo Villela Antolin Barberena

How much of the Caatinga is legally protected? An analysis of temporal and geographical coverage of protected areas in the Brazilian semiarid

Lucas Peixoto Teixeira, Eimear Nic Lughadha, Marcus Vinicius Chagas da Silva and Marcelo Freire Moro

Funastrum saganii (Apocynaceae; Asclepiadoideae; Asclepiadeae; Oxypetalinae), a new species endemic to Veracruz, Mexico

María Guadalupe Chávez-Hernández, Lucio Lozada-Pérez and Leonardo Osvaldo Alvarado-Cárdenas

Crop yield mediated by honeybees in a star fruit orchard exhibiting atypical distyly

Reinaldo Rodrigo Novo, Natan Messias Almeida, Tulio Freitas Filgueira Sá, Luiz Gonzaga Ferraz, Elcida de Lima Araújo and Cibele Cardoso de Castro

Changes in rhizome microstructure of the invasive Hedychium coronarium J. König (Zingiberaceae) under different soil moisture conditions

Wagner A. Chiba de Castro, Renata V. Almeida, Rafael de Oliveira Xavier, Marcos Arduin, Hamilton M. Moya and Dalva M. Silva Matos

Tovomita cornuta (Clusiaceae): a new threatened species from the Amazonian campinaranas revealed by ecological field research

Layon Oreste Demarchi, Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade and Lucas Cardoso Marinho

Different scales determine the occurrence of aquatic macrophyte species in a tropical stream

Gisele Biem Mori, Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade, Aline Lopes, Silvio Frosini de Barros Ferraz, Leonardo Farage Cancian and Antonio Fernando Monteiro Camargo

Does spatial and seasonal variability in fleshy-fruited trees affect fruit availability? A case study in gallery forests from Central Brazil

Adriano A. B. Darosci, Frederico S. C. Takahashi, Carolyn E. B. Proença, Lucia H. Soares-Silva and Cássia B. R. Munhoz

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

Tiago V. Ferreira, Thiago J. Izzo and Alberto L. Teixido

A taxonomic aid arising from pollen grains of Cestrum L. and Solanum L. (Solanaceae): differences in ornamentation and aperture

Lorrayne Albernaz Domingues Camilo Landi, Leonardo Caram Sabbag and Eduardo Custódio Gasparino

Niche differentiation between a native and an invasive species of submersed macrophytes in a subtropical reservoir

Fernanda Moreira Florêncio, Márcio José Silveira and Sidinei Magela Thomaz

Small areas and small plants: Updates on Antarctic Bryophytes

Júlia V. Mundim, Tamara S. Dantas, Diego K. Henriques, Jair E. Q. de Faria-Júnior, Dafne A. A. dos Anjos, Juçara Bordin, Paulo E. A. S. Câmara and Micheline Carvalho-Silva

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 H. Yoshino Kamino

What does a phytophysiognomic mosaic reveal about mosses and liverworts from the subtropical Atlantic Forest?

Talita da Silva Dewes, Nivea Dias dos Santos and Juçara Bordin

Influence of abiotic factors on phytoplankton diversity and distribution in an atoll environment

Marina C. Jales, Fernando A. N. Feitosa, Maria Luise Koening, Manuel De Jesus Flores Montes and Vanessa B. Pedrosa

Localised photosynthetic pigments in the node of a holoparasitic plant: support for the shoot’s growth?

André Geremia Parise , Luis Felipe Basso, Ricardo Padilha de Oliveira and Gabriela Niemeyer Reissig

Applicability of computer vision in seeds identification: deep learning, random forest, and support vector machine classification algorithms

Francielli Bao and Deborah Bambil

Taxonomic implication of pollen of some Pterospermum Schreb. species (Malvaceae s.l. subfam. Dombeyoideae)

Muhammad Amirul Aiman Ahmad Juhari, Noraini Talip, Che Nurul Aini Che Amri, Nur Syazwani Mohamad Basir, Mohamad Ruzi Abdul Rahman, Ahmad Fitri Zohari, Mohd Norfaizal Ghazali and Nordahlia Abdullah Siam

Macrophyte functional composition is stable across a strong environmental gradient of a Neotropical floodplain

Suelen C. A. da Silva Pereto and André Andrian Padial

Leaf and sepal colleters in Calolisianthus speciosusGilg (Gentianaceae): a morphoanatomical comparative analysis and mechanisms of exudation

Analu Zanotti, Valéria Ferreira Fernandes, Aristéa Alves Azevedo and Renata Maria Strozi Alves Meira

Knowledge, use, and management of mangabeira (Hancornia speciosa Gomes) by extrativist communities on the coast of Rio Grande do Norte, Northeast Brazil

Kívia Soares de Oliveira and Magdi Ahmed Ibrahim Aloufa

Breaking the prejudgment of a dry and lifeless semiarid: the diversity and distribution of aquatic flora in some wetlands of northeastern Brazil

Lígia Queiroz Matias, Felipe Martins Guedes, Hugo Pereira do Nascimento and Júlia Caram Sfair

Nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites reveal high genetic diversity and structure in Platonia insignis Mart., an endangered species native to the Brazilian Amazon

Wellington F. Nascimento, Gabriel Dequigiovanni, Santiago L. F. Ramos, Caroline B. Garcia and Elizabeth A. Veasey

Unveiled diversity: Amazonian Campinaranas harbor twice the number of bryophyte species recorded in the last century

Gabriela Ramos Cerqueira, Adriel Michel-Sierra, Anna Luiza Ilkiu-Borges, Sylvia Mota-de-Oliveira and Charles Eugene Zartman

Bryophytes of Rio Turvo State Park (SP), Brazil: integrating floristics, geographical distribution, reproduction and ecological traits as subsidy for conservation of the Atlantic Forest

Marina Lemy Koga and Denilson Fernandes Peralta

Bud pollination and other techniques are ineffective in breaking late-acting self-incompatibility in Ceiba chodatii (Malvaceae – Bombacoideae)

Marta Biatriz Bianchi and Peter Gibbs

Enzymatic efficiency of the decomposing microbiota: what does really matter for aquatic macrophytes invasions?

Wagner Antonio Chiba de Castro, Rafaella Costa Bonugli-Santos, Alessandra Cristiane Sibim, Marcela Bianchessi da Cunha- Santino and Irineu Bianchini Jr

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

Climatic and water variables drive aquatic macrophyte phenology in the Cerrado-Pantanal ecotone

Crisley Helena Simão, Flavio Macedo Alves, Adriana de Barros, Polyana Milena Simão, Arnildo Pott and Camila Aoki

Invasion by an exotic tree species in a xeric forest in Argentina: Impact on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and pre-existing mutualistic relationships

Camila Abarca, Marcelo Barrera, Marta Cabello, Fabricio Valdés and María Silvana Velazquez

Species richness of native and non-native plants in fruit farms in two areas of a Mediterranean-climate hotspot

Alejandra E. Muñoz, Paul Amouroux, Nicolás Arcos and Cristián Bonacic

A synopsis of Byttnerieae (Malvaceae, Byttnerioideae) from the Atlantic Forest, with notes on geographical distribution, nomenclature, and conservation

Matheus Colli-Silva and José Rubens Pirani

Quantitative morphometrics suggest that the widespread Neotropical Humiria balsamifera (Aubl.) St. Hil. is a species complex

Ana Sofia Sousa de Holanda, Alberto Vicentini, Jerome Chave, Fernanda Antunes Carvalho and Charles E. Zartman

Scleria (Cyperaceae) in the State of Pará, Amazon, Brazil

Layla Jamylle Costa Schneider and André dos Santos Bragança Gil

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

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) implementation in Africa: Allometric equation for predicting above-ground biomass in agroecosystems based on Anacardium occidentale L. in Sub-Saharan Africa with a case study from Cameroon

Noiha Noumi V., Awe Djongmo V., Tabue Mbobda B.R., Nyeck B. and Zapfack L.

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