2017
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2016-0225
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Abstract: Chamaecrista has a Pantropical distribution, with some occurrences in Australia and temperate areas, and includes about 330 species, of which 266 occur in the Americas. The genus is represented in Brazil by 256 species, of which 97 are cited for the northeast Region. The Ecological Station Raso da Catarina (ESRC) is one of the largest areas of protected Caatinga and occupies about 105,282.00 ha., delimited by the coordinates 09°39'0.30" to 09°50'98.2" S and 38°26'57.5" to 38°29'32.6" W. The floristic survey of… Show more

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“…In addition, it also has the lowest number of conservation units and is one of the least protected in Brazil (Leal et al 2005). The most recent contributions about flora of Raso da Catarina Ecoregion are generally local floristic surveys of groups in specific areas, such as the works conducted by Melo & Andrade (2007); Melo et al (2010); Brito (2012); Lopes (2012); Dourado et al (2013); Varjão et al (2013); Vieira et al (2013); ; Lima & Conceição (2016); Santos et al (2016) and; Correia & Conceição (2017a, 2017b, with few floristic surveys covering all areas of the Ecoregion, such as ; Lima (2015); Vieira et al (2015); Amorim & Bautista (2016) and; Santos (2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, it also has the lowest number of conservation units and is one of the least protected in Brazil (Leal et al 2005). The most recent contributions about flora of Raso da Catarina Ecoregion are generally local floristic surveys of groups in specific areas, such as the works conducted by Melo & Andrade (2007); Melo et al (2010); Brito (2012); Lopes (2012); Dourado et al (2013); Varjão et al (2013); Vieira et al (2013); ; Lima & Conceição (2016); Santos et al (2016) and; Correia & Conceição (2017a, 2017b, with few floristic surveys covering all areas of the Ecoregion, such as ; Lima (2015); Vieira et al (2015); Amorim & Bautista (2016) and; Santos (2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%