volume 5, issue 3, P261-263 1975
DOI: 10.1590/1809-43921975053261
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Abstract: AbstraetThe Lecythidaceae of a 2500 m2 area of the secondary forest of INPA was studied. The 91 individuais of Lecytlúdaceae present indicated a high number of primary forest species. It is concluded that most of the area was not burnt when the original forest was cut, and the regeneration of primary forest species is much greater in areas which are not burnt over after felling. Tlús is turther supported by parallel studies of Bignonia· ceae and Meliaceae of the same area .

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