2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032012000100019
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Abstract: Na floresta Ombrófila Densa do Parque Estadual de Carlos Botelho - PECB (ca. 37.000 ha) foi avaliada a composição, riqueza e distribuição geográfica das espécies vasculares nativas. A análise de 1143 espécies pertencentes a 140 famílias (sensu APG III) confirmaram o padrão encontrado para outras florestas do Leste do Brasil, com altas riquezas de Myrtaceae (85 espécies), Orchidaceae (81), Fabaceae (57), Asteraceae, Melastomataceae (54), Lauraceae (53), Rubiaceae (51), Bromeliaceae (43), Piperaceae (30) e Solan… Show more

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“…The Myrtaceae family in Lowland Rainforests in eastern Brazil, however, appears to be detached (Lima et al 2012, Peixoto et al 2008. Lima et al (2012) carried out a floristic survey in the Carlos Botelho State Park in São Paulo, and reported that the richest families were Myrtaceae (85 spp. ), Lauraceae (53), Fabaceae (37), and Rubiaceae (23).…”
Section: Author Contributionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Myrtaceae family in Lowland Rainforests in eastern Brazil, however, appears to be detached (Lima et al 2012, Peixoto et al 2008. Lima et al (2012) carried out a floristic survey in the Carlos Botelho State Park in São Paulo, and reported that the richest families were Myrtaceae (85 spp. ), Lauraceae (53), Fabaceae (37), and Rubiaceae (23).…”
Section: Author Contributionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Table 1 shows the aspects observed along the trail. Plants from the Atlantic Forest, Dense Secondary Ombrophilous Forest, are cataloged in different botanical surveys, making it possible to observe the taxonomic groups: Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, as for example the tree species Dicksonia sellowiana in the list of species threatened with extinction (Mallmann, Silva, Port, Oliveira, & Schmitt, 2018), observed at Floresta da Tijuca, and families of Angiospermae (Magnoliophyta) -Bromeliaceae, Myrtaceae, Rubiaceae, Poaceae, Orchidaceae, Fabaceae (Leguminosae), Sapotaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Meliaceae, Melastomataceae, Urticaceae and Musaceae (Lima, Souza, Dittrich, & Salino, 2012;Silva, Andreata, & Guimarães, 2013;Solórzano, Guedes-Bruni, & Oliveira, 2012;Stehmann, Forzza, Salino, Sobral, Costa, & Kamino, 2009). Table 1 is based on the topics covered during the field lesson which lasted from two to three hours, considering both tracks.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Em termos fl orísticos e econômicos destaca-se como uma das mais importantes famílias de Angiospermas (Burger 1988, van der Werff 1991, Rohwer et al 1991, Baitello 2001, Caiafa & Martins 2007, sendo a quarta maior família de plantas arbóreas do mundo (Beech et al 2017, no prelo). Lauraceae pode ser o principal componente em altitudes intermediárias dos Andes (Gentry 1988) e em fl orestas do sudeste asiático (Whitmore & Sidiyasa 1986) e a segunda principal família arbórea na Floresta Ombrófi la Densa Atlântica no Brasil (Lima et al 2012). No Brasil, Lauraceae representa uma das famílias de maior destaque na composição fl orística de grande parte dos ecossistemas fl orestais na Mata Atlântica e Amazônia (Souza & Lorenzi 2008 (Vicentini et al 1999).…”
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