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Brazilian tropical dry forest (Caatinga) in the spotlight: an overview of Aspergillus, Penicillium and Talaromyces (Eurotiales) species and description of P. vascosobrinhous sp. nov.

Renan do Nascimento Barbosa, Jadson Diogo Pereira Bezerra, Ana Carla da Silva Santos, Roger Fagner Ribeiro Melo, Jos Houbraken, Neiva Tinti Oliveira and Cristina Maria de Souza-Motta

Honey sample collection methods influenced pollen composition in determining true nectar foraging bee plants

Ujjwal Layek, Rajib Mondal and Prakash Karmakar

Taxonomic study of Marsypianthes Mart. ex Benth. (Hyptidinae, Lamiaceae) in Brazil

Márcia Yuriko Hashimoto and Heleno Dias Ferreira

Antifungal activity of selected plant extracts based on an ethnodirected study

Flávia dos Santos Silva, Melissa Fontes Landell, Gustavo Vasconcelos Bastos Paulino, Henrique Douglas Melo Coutinho and Ulysses Paulino Albuquerque

Structural assessment of an Anacardium humile population subjected to fire at different periods of the year

Diego Guimarães de Sousa and Hélida Ferreira da Cunha

The dark side of the rain: setback of the water exposure on self-pollination in Pavonia varians Moric (Malvaceae), a species with rain-dependent flowering

Arthur Domingos-Melo, Sinara Mayara da Silva Bezerra,Tarcila de Lima Nadia and Isabel Cristina Machado

Psathyrella atlantica (Agaricales: Basidiomycota): a new species from Brazil

Vitor Coimbra, Renato Mendes-Alvarenga, Nelson Lima-Junior, Tatiana Gibertoni and Felipe Wartchow

Fissuroma (Aigialaceae: Pleosporales) appears to be hyperdiverse on Arecaceae: evidence from two new species from southern Thailand

Sirinapa Konta, Kevin David Hyde, Prapassorn Damrongkool Eungwanichayapant , Mingkwan Doilom, Danushka Sandaruwan Tennakoon, Chanokned Senwanna and Saranyaphat Boonmee

Pollen sources for Frieseomelitta Ihering 1912 (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Meliponini) bees along the course of the Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil

Alyne Daniele Alves Pimentel, Maria Lucia Absy, André Rodrigo Rech and Vanessa Holanda Righetti de Abreu

Conservation of species-rich subtropical grasslands: traditional management vs. legal conservation requirements in primary and secondary grasslands

Fábio Piccin Torchelsen, Rodrigo León Cordero and Gerhard Ernst Overbeck

Pollen types of Sapindaceae from Brazilian forest fragments: apertural variation

Talita Kely Bellonzi, Fernanda Vitorete Dutra, Cintia Neves de Souza, Andréia Alves Rezende and Eduardo Custódio Gasparino

Can plant hybridization and polyploidy lead to pollinator shift?

Luiz Rezende, João Suzigan, Felipe W. Amorim and Ana Paula Moraes

Brazilian herbaria: an overview

André Luís de Gasper, João Renato Stehmann, Nádia Roque, Narcísio C. Bigio, Ângela Lúcia Bagnatori Sartori and Guilherme Salgado Grittz

Soil seed bank in a subtropical grassland under different grazing intensities

Graziela Har Miner Vini Silva and Gerhard Ernst Overbeck

What are the drivers of popularity and versatility of medicinal plants in local medical systems?

Roberta de Almeida Caetano, Ulysses Paulino de Albuquerque and Patrícia Muniz de Medeiros

Phenology and dispersal syndromes of woody species in deciduous forest fragments of the Pantanal in Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil

Michele Soares de Lima and Geraldo Alves Damasceno-Junior

Phylogenetic placement of Tritirachium strains from the URM culture collection originally founded by Augusto Chaves Batista (1916–1967) in Brazil, and the description of T. batistae sp. nov.

Jadson Diogo Pereira Bezerra, Maria Tamara de Caldas Felipe, Laura Mesquita Paiva, Oliane Maria Correia Magalhães, Eliane Barbosa da Silva-Nogueira, Gladstone Alves da Silva and Cristina Maria de Souza-Motta

Fruits of neotropical species of the tribe Malveae (Malvoideae – Malvaceae): macro- and micromorphology

Fernanda de Araújo Masullo, Sanny Ferreia Hadibe Siqueira, Claudia Franca Barros, Massimo G. Bovini and Karen L. G. De Toni

Does an urban environment affect leaf structure of Eugenia uniflora L. (Myrtaceae)?

Laís de Almeida Bezerra, Cátia Henriques Callado and Maura Da Cunha

Pollen morphology of some species of Spermacoceae s.s. (Rubiaceae) of the Atlantic Forest, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Vania Gonçalves-Esteves , Gabrielle Reboredo Menezes Vieira, Renata Jacomo Paixão de Carvalho, Sonia Regina de Melo Crespo and Claudia Barbieri Ferreira Mendonça

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