2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032007000200004
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Abstract: Rock outcrops on the plateaus of hills have peculiar vegetation. The major part of the species occurring on these areas have various features that allow their survival under adverse environmental conditions as poor and sandy soil with intense solar radiation and great temperature ranging from day and night. These particular characteristics aroused the interest in the study of the flora on rock outcrops of Morro do Forno (Altinópolis-SP). A list of 157 species of 48 families was recorded. Fabaceae (14 spp.), As… Show more

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“…The importance of herbs, especially monocots, to the floral composition of inselbergs is observed in other studies (Oliveira & Godoy 2007;Gomes & Sobral-Leite 2013). In this study, monocots were responsible for harboring 56% of species and 27% of families recorded for the area, indicating the importance of this group for the vegetation of inselberg, though very often neglected in restoration of areas mined for ornamental stones.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 73%
“…The importance of herbs, especially monocots, to the floral composition of inselbergs is observed in other studies (Oliveira & Godoy 2007;Gomes & Sobral-Leite 2013). In this study, monocots were responsible for harboring 56% of species and 27% of families recorded for the area, indicating the importance of this group for the vegetation of inselberg, though very often neglected in restoration of areas mined for ornamental stones.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 73%
“…These taxa differ from those that colonize outcrops from the southeast region (e.g. Meirelles et al 1999, Oliveira & Godoy 2007, with exception of widely distributed species such as Achyrocline satureioides (e.g. see Ribeiro et al 2007).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Each region is characterized by a restricted group of taxa from this family in generic or infra-generic level and only Tillandsia is common along Brazilian east coast (e.g. Meirelles et al 1999, Oliveira & Godoy 2007, França et al 2006. For this family, 50% of the species occurred only at Guariba.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are still typical CRs on the Ibitipoca range Chusquea, a typical element of campo de altitude, advocates for more abundant and better-distributed precipitation in Serra Negra, inserted in the forest zone rather than the savanna. On the Morro do Forno (state of São Paulo, 22° S, precipitation of 1517 mm/year), Oliveira and Godoy (2007) found several floristic elements typical of the CRs, such as Cambessedesia DC., Marcetia DC., Barbacenia Vand., Vellozia Vand., Xyris L. and Dicranopteris linearis (Burm. f.) Underw.…”
Section: Circumscription and Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%