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Monocarpsstipes and receptacle glabrous, monocarps 6—30, ellipsoid, asymmetrical, 14—17 by 8—9 mm, green maturing to yellow, orange-red and red in vivoblack reddish-brown when immature in siccowith an excentric apicule; stipes 16—26 by 1—1.
Distribution of Cremastosperma megalophyllum R. For this reason, native vegetation of the buffer zone may be fundamental to its conservation. Cremastosperma dolichocarpum can be distinguished from estasual species of Cremastosperma by the unique long-ellipsoid monocarps after which the species is named and identified even when sterile by the conspicuous axillary buds with dense indument.
Additionally, buffer zones have the potential to mitigate conflicts between local communities and wildlife Hjert The establishment of biologically meaningful and efficient buffer zones is an intricate ,ei further complicated by lack of information derived directly from wildlife studies occurring in this zones Tambosi Monocarp shape h narrowly ellipsoid, symmetrical i globose, symmetrical j strongly asymmetrical.
Services on Demand Journal. Premontane and montane primary and secondary forest, sometimes inundated, mainly on soils with calcareous bedrock.
Embrapa Pamtanal, MS, Brazil. However, these species were in need of revision and collections estaduxl often been overlooked or misidentified. The species can be further distinguished by the combination of a branching inflorescence and glabrous fruits.
Punta Lanas, 1 SeptemberEspina et al. Cremastosperma pendulum and C.
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RIMA Editora, pp. A set consisting of candidate models was constructed from all possible additive combinations of up to two covariates for detection parameter p. In addition, the monocarps of C. The rarefaction curves both interior and buffer zone did not reach asymptotes. Fruits and seeds of Cremastosperma.
Scientific Reports 6 1: A language and environment for statistical computing. At elevations of — m. On the other hand, Chrysocyon brachyurus had the highest occupancy in buffer zone, while the largest predator, Puma concolorused both areas similarly. This species had not been seen in JES for more than 50 years Lyra-Jorge and its esttadual sign was a skeleton found in the middle ‘s Talamoni et al.
Buffer zone use by mammals in a Cerrado protected area
Veins on underside of leaves without reddish tinge. Monocarps 10—15 mm long — Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador and Peru XML Treatment for Cremastosperma macrocarpum. September, November, December and February; fruiting: XML Treatment for Cremastosperma microcarpum: A putative synapomorphy for the the MalmeaPseudoxandra and Cremastosperma clade is indicated; one node that is not subject to significant support is indicated with an asterisk.
Monocarps 6—13 —36ellipsoid, slightly asymmetrical, 12—13 by 8—10 mm, white, red, deep red or deep purple in vivoreddish-brown to dark brown or black in siccowith an excentric apicule when unripe; stipes 10—19 by 2 mm; fruiting receptacle 4—5 —9 mm diam. An evaluation of camera traps for inventorying large- and medium-sized terrestrial rainforest mammals.
Eds Plant Species-level Systematics: February and November; fruiting: The sampled points were distributed in native vegetation This variation is also apparent in the size of the fruits, which are similar to those of C.
PlantaeMagnolialesAnnonaceae. Given its apparent local abundance but restricted distribution: Leaves, when dried, with a characteristic reddish tinge particularly on the underside — French Guiana. Monocarps 10—12 —20ellipsoid, slightly asymmetrical, 22—28 by lie mm, brown in siccowith an excentric apicule or rarely a nipple-like protuberance; stipes 11—24 by 1—1.
Overall regional endemism of other Neotropical Annonaceae genera is similar to that of Cremastospermaboth in other less species rich, Andean-centred clades such as Klarobelia 7 estadaul 12Malmea 4 of 6Mosannona 8 of 15 and Pseudomalmea 3 of 4 Chatrou ; Chatrou and Pirie ; Erkens et al. Primary and secondary moist and wet forest, occasionally on floodplains. Leaves, when dried, with a characteristic reddish tinge particularly on the underside — French Guiana 5.
Nevertheless, there can be considerable variation within species and even within individual plants, which means that this distinction will not necessarily be helpful in every case. Cremastosperma longipes Pirie, Blumea