2018
DOI: 10.11606/1807-0205/2018.58.24
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Abstract: Abstract. Insect galls of the Floresta da Cicuta (Volta Redonda, RJ, Brazil). Galls are changes in the pattern of growth and development of plant tissues or organs in response to the action of an inducing organism, usually an insect. The goal of the present study was to inventory the insect galls of the Floresta da Cicuta (Volta Redonda, RJ, Brazil). The collections were carried out along all the trails, totaling 16 hours of sampling. Forty-three morphotypes of insect galls were found in 24 plant species (18 g… Show more

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“…To date, for tropical regions, detailed inventories on the occurrence and diversity of gall morphotypes are scarce and incomplete. In the Neotropical Region, the majority of plant gall morphotype records are from Brazil (Urso-Guimarães & Scarelli-Santos 2006, Saito & Urso-Guimarães 2012, Isaias et al 2013, Carvalho-Fernandes et al 2016, Urso-Guimarães et al 2017, Araújo 2017, Liu et al 2018, Flor et al 2018, Ascendino & Maia 2018, Vieira et al 2018, Ribeiro et al 2019 and some of them were conducted in different types of tropical dry forests or semi-arid ecosystems (Coelho et al 2009, Santos et al 2011b, Maia & Souza 2013, Costa & Araújo 2019. Likewise, other reports have been done for the Mexican dry forest (Cuevas-Reyes et al 2004, Cuevas-Reyes et al 2014.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To date, for tropical regions, detailed inventories on the occurrence and diversity of gall morphotypes are scarce and incomplete. In the Neotropical Region, the majority of plant gall morphotype records are from Brazil (Urso-Guimarães & Scarelli-Santos 2006, Saito & Urso-Guimarães 2012, Isaias et al 2013, Carvalho-Fernandes et al 2016, Urso-Guimarães et al 2017, Araújo 2017, Liu et al 2018, Flor et al 2018, Ascendino & Maia 2018, Vieira et al 2018, Ribeiro et al 2019 and some of them were conducted in different types of tropical dry forests or semi-arid ecosystems (Coelho et al 2009, Santos et al 2011b, Maia & Souza 2013, Costa & Araújo 2019. Likewise, other reports have been done for the Mexican dry forest (Cuevas-Reyes et al 2004, Cuevas-Reyes et al 2014.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%