2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032010000100023
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Abstract: Galhas de insetos do Parque Estadual Paulo César Vinha (Guarapari, ES, Brasil). Trinta e oito morfotipos de galhas de insetos foram encontradas em 21 espécies de planta (19 gêneros e 17 famílias) no Parque Estadual Paulo César Vinha (Guaparari, ES). A maioria das galhas ocorreu em folhas (84%). Galhas caulinares (13%) e das gemas (3%) também foram encontradas. Galhas uniloculares foram mais freqüentes (52%), assim como as glabras (89%). A maioria delas (84%) foi induzida por Cecidomyiidae (Diptera). Galhas de … Show more

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“…The patterns for gall shape found in this study corroborate the patterns found in other studies, (Fernandes & Negreiros 2006, Bregonci et al 2010, Santos et al 2011) with the predominance of discoid shape (34.7%), followed by swellings and globular (23.1% each). The fact that more discoid was found should be viewed with caution, because this shape may mean an early stage of a globular gall or even a scar of gall of another shape, as conical or globular (Figure 8).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
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“…The patterns for gall shape found in this study corroborate the patterns found in other studies, (Fernandes & Negreiros 2006, Bregonci et al 2010, Santos et al 2011) with the predominance of discoid shape (34.7%), followed by swellings and globular (23.1% each). The fact that more discoid was found should be viewed with caution, because this shape may mean an early stage of a globular gall or even a scar of gall of another shape, as conical or globular (Figure 8).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…3 sampling methodology, we can consider that all other studies had higher samplings effort that the present study. Despite the relatively low sampling effort, the richness of galls morphotypes found in this study was higher than three of them (Bregonci et al 2010, UrsoGuimarães & Scarelli-Santos 2006, Fernandes & Negreiros 2006. The richest family in diversity gall morphotypes was Annonaceae, followed by Malpighiaceae, Myrtaceae and Fabaceae.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 71%
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“…However, since the late 1980s a series of inventory of galls has been developed in the Southeast , Fernandes et al 1997, Maia 2001, UrsoGuimarães et al 2003, Maia & Fernandes 2004, Oliveira & Maia 2004, Maia et al 2008, Carneiro et al 2009, Bregonci et al 2010), South (Dalbem & Mendonça 2006), North (Julião et al 2005), and Northeast ) of the country. In the Midwest, specifically in the State of Goiás, ecological studies of galling (Araújo & Santos 2008, Araújo & Santos 2009a and inventories of galls and host plants (Araújo et al 2007, Santos et al 2010) are more recent.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Myrtaceae can be considered the main host family in coastal shrub vegetation in Southeastern Brazil, due to its great representativeness in all insect galls inventories. Other families, such as Fabaceae, Asteraceae, and Nyctaginaceae are also pointed as important hosts, nonetheless they vary in their importance according to the survey, probably because the diversity of vegetation physiognomies presented in the distinct areas (Bregonci et al 2010, Maia 2001, Maia et al 2008, Maia and Oliveira 2010. In other Brazilian biomes, such as Araucaria Forest, Cerrado, Amazon Forest, Caatinga, and CaatingaCerrado transition these families also present the role of main gall hosts (Coelho et al 2009, Almada and Fernandes 2011, Santos et al 2011, Costa et al 2014, Toma and Mendonça Jr 2013.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%