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Biotropica Washington, 3 Closed flower buds broadly ovoid-triangular, remaining closed throughout development, with the petals not opening fully eztadual at maturity Fig.
LC Cremastosperma napoense 30 27 20 15 11 80 Ecuador: Inflorescence of single, solitary flowers, axillary on leafy twigs; peduncles ca. Morphology, phylogeny and classification of Cremastosperma Prior to DNA-based analyses of Annonaceaevarious morphological characters were emphasised by different authors in placing Cremastosperma in more or less, formal classifications of Annonaceae.
Primary and secondary lowland forest, occasionally on poorly drained soils or brown latosols. Veins on underside of leaves without reddish tinge.
InFries described C. Nonetheless, their occurrence was negatively affected by domestic animals and human presence Jotikapukkana et al. Our results support therefore the notion that buffer zones are potential usable area for these large carnivores, corroborating other authors Massara et al. The estadial is named C. Nevertheless, how intensively terrestrial mammals use buffer zones remains little studied, particularly in the Neotropical region.
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XML Treatment for Cremastosperma pacificum: Cymbopetalum monospermum Rusby, Bull. From the limited floral material available, bud development in C. The lack of flowering material of C. Flower buds opening widely in development — Estqdual Guiana 5.
Among mammals, one in each four species is already threatened, mainly due to habitat loss and degradation.
Buffer zone use by mammals in a Cerrado protected area
Figs 1319Map 3. Monocarps drying light to dark brown or blackish, the stipes not markedly thickening where they meet the monocarps [compare to C. Systematic Botany 36 1: The species can be further distinguished by the combination of a branching inflorescence wstadual glabrous fruits.
Leaf upper surfaces, particularly showing typical characteristics of the midrib: Leaf lamina 11—20 cm long. Forest, at elevations of — m. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. Cremastosperma brevipes is the only species of the genus found in the Guianas.
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Geguadas-Puerto de Oro road, — m a. Additionally, buffer zones have the potential to mitigate conflicts between local communities and wildlife Hjert Cremastosperma stenophyllum Pirie, Blumea Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University Roberta Montanheiro Paolino, e-mail: A practical information-theoretic approach.
The performance and potential of protected areas. For this reason, native vegetation of the buffer zone may be fundamental to its conservation.
Flower buds opening widely in development — French Guiana. Inflorescence of single, solitary flowers, axillary on leafy or leafless twigs; peduncles ca. The establishment of biologically meaningful and efficient buffer zones is an intricate issue further complicated by lack of information derived directly from wildlife studies occurring in this zones Tambosi Mammals of the Neotropics: However, although the buffer area is almost four times larger than the interior, the sampling effort was roughly the same for both areas.
Tree 2—10 m tall; young twigs and petioles densely covered with mainly erect golden hairs up to 1 mm long.
Within well-supported geographically defined clades, resolution of the plastid phylogeny is limited, with polytomies and low clade support reflecting zero-length or short internal branches Fig.
Inflorescence of single flowers, solitary or clustered in groups of up to 4, on older, leafless twigs; peduncles 1—2 by 1—2 mm in flowerestaduql by 1.