Melastomataceae


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Familia Frequencia por parcela (%) Annonaceae 59 Aquifoliaceae 20 Burseraceae 29 Chrysobalanaceae 53 Dilleniaceae 29 Euphorbiaceae 43 Fabaceae 39 Melastomataceae 27 Myrsinaceae 22 Myrtaceae 51 Rubiaceae 47 Sapindaceae 67 Siparunaceae 45 Vochysiaceae 41 Tabela 2.
Most pollen grains were from the family Melastomataceae including six morphtypes from three genera: Miconia (four morphspecies), Tibouchina, and Clidemia; (Figure
Berry, 1982), Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Fabaceae, Melastomataceae, Rosaceae, Orchidaceae, Poaceae, Scrophulariaceae (Davis et al.
Benth Leguminosaceae Lippiamy riocephala Schelechter Verbenaceae Lyquidambar macrophyllaoersted Hamamelilaceae Malvaviscos arboreus L Malvaceae Meliosma alba (Schlecht) Walp Sabiacae Miconia argenta (Sw) DC Melastomataceae Miconi amexicana Schelechter Melastomataceae Miconia sylvatica Schelechter Melastomataceae Mimosa monancistra Benth Papilonaceae Myrica cerifera Miricaceae Nectandra ambigens (Blake) c.
Food items N Frequency of occurrence (%) SEEDS Melastomataceae Clidemia urceolata 21 14.
Corderitos 19 Erythrina edulis Chachafruto 20 Cajanus cajan Guandus 21 Graminea Canna glauca Bandera de Uribe 22 Juglandaceae Juglans neotropica Cedro 23 Lauraceae Persea americana Aguacate 24 Persea coerulea Laurel 25 Melastomataceae Clidemia hirta Bolas de gato 26 Mimosaceae Inga sp.
There are molecular phylogenetic data for 14 threatened species belonging to the Melastomataceae.
The new Blakea described here, following a phenetic/morphological species concept, adds yet another species of Melastomataceae to the rich flora of the region.