2014
DOI: 10.5479/si.19382812.100
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Flora of Guaramacal (Venezuela): Monocotyledons

Abstract: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly PressSmithsonian Institution Scholarly Press s m i t h s o n i a n c o n t r i b u t i o n s t o b o t a n y • n u m b e r 1 0 0 Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press Flora of Guaramacal (Venezuela): Monocotyledons L. J. Dorr SERIES PUBLICATIONS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTIONEmphasis upon publication as a means of "diffusing knowledge" was expressed by the first Secretary of the Smithsonian. In his formal plan for the Institution, Jose… Show more

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“…If compared with Madagascar, where the Cariceae are 11 % of the Cyperaceae (Muasya et al 2011) . This is a result of recent phylogenetic findings and taxonomic rearrangements (Larridon et al 2011, 2014, Bauters et al 2014, the Global Carex Group 2015. According to these references, Uncinia is included into Carex, whereas Kyllinga, Lipocarpha, Oxycarium and Remirea are now part of Cyperus (Table 2), besides Pycreus and Torulinum, previously subsumed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…If compared with Madagascar, where the Cariceae are 11 % of the Cyperaceae (Muasya et al 2011) . This is a result of recent phylogenetic findings and taxonomic rearrangements (Larridon et al 2011, 2014, Bauters et al 2014, the Global Carex Group 2015. According to these references, Uncinia is included into Carex, whereas Kyllinga, Lipocarpha, Oxycarium and Remirea are now part of Cyperus (Table 2), besides Pycreus and Torulinum, previously subsumed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…In order to complement the species list, databases and collections deposited in PMA, MO, and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (SCZ) herbaria were consulted. The geographical distribution of the species was obtained from Central American floras (Croat and Stiebel 2001;Grayum 2003), checklists and catalogues (Brako and Zarucchi 1993;Balick et al 2000;Correa et al 2004;Funk et al 2007;Nelson 2008;Idárraga-Piedrahita et al 2011;Croat and Acebey 2014;Dorr and Stergios 2014), and online resources and databases (Coelho et al 2015;TROPICOS 2018;WCSP 2018) The acronyms of all herbaria mentioned are according to Thiers (2018).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Distribution: Ecuador (Dodson & Luer, 2010), Peru (Zelenko & Bermúdez, 2009), Venezuela (Dunsterville & Garay, 1979;Dorr, 2014).…”
Section: Ecologymentioning
confidence: 99%