Featured MSBG Scientific Publications

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Kress, W.J. A symposium: The biology of tropical epiphytes. 1986 9 1 1
Clark, J.R. In memoriam: Hans Wiehler 1931-2003. 2003 24 1 1 Maxillaria, Orchidaceae, orchid
Erwin, T.L. Stratification of neotropical forest microhabitats and associated arthropod faunules: a progress report. 1993 14 10
Longino, J.T. Ants provide substrate for epiphytes. 1986 9 1 100–103 ants, epiphytes, domatia, ant gardens, carton nests, coevolution
Thorne, R.F. Vascular plants of Fort DeSoto Park, Pinellas County, Florida. 1995 16 1 100–109
Luer, C.A. Miscellaneous new species and combinations in the Pleurothallidinae (Orchidaceae). 1982 7 1 100–128 Orchidaceae, Pleurothallidinae, Dryadella marsupiata, Lepanthopsis apoda, Masdevallia atahualpa, Masdevallia aureodactyl, Masdevallia capillaris, Masdevallia dunstervillei, Masdevallia exaltata, Masdevallia garciae,Masdevallia murex, Masdevallia navicularis, Masdevallia tentaculata, Pleaurothallis caniceps, Pleurothallis dalessandroi, Pleurothallis determannii, Pleurothallis hemileuca, Pleurothallis megalops, Pleurothallis muricaudata, Pleurothallis ofella, Pleurothallis otarion, Pleaurothallis oxapampae, Pleurothallis sculptilis, Pleurothallis shuarii, Pleurothallis solium, Pleurothallis stalkyi, Pleurothallis suspensa, Pleurothallis troglodytes, restrepia antennifera, Restrepia apiculata, Restrepia flosculata, Restrepiopsis monetalis, Retrepiopsis ujarensis,Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Surinam, Panama
Gregg, K.B. The effect of light intensity on sex expression in species of Cycnoches and Catasetum (Orchidaceae). 1975 1 2 101–113 Orchidaceae, Cycnoches, Catasetum, Light, Sexual Morphology, Guyana
Andersohn, C. Does Tree Height Determine Epiphyte Diversity? 2004 25 1 101–117 Vascular epiphytes, non-vascular epiphytes, diversity, Guatemala, emergent trees, remnant trees.
Medley, M.E. Notes on Cleistes and Triphora (Orchidaceae). 1991 12 102–103
Ferguson, C.S., K. Donham, and J.L. Brown Cypripedium fasciculatum (Orchidaceae): Anthesis and Fruit Set in Relationship to Diapriid Activity 2006 26 1,2 103–113 Cypripedium fasciculatum, pollination, dipriid wasps, anthesis, fruit set
Luer, C.A. Miscellaneous new species in the Pleurothallidinae (Orchidaceae). 2001 22 2 103–127 Orchidaceae, Pleurothallidinae, Dryadella, Lepanthes, Masdevallia, Octomeria, Pleurothallis, Stelis
Luther, H.E. and E. Sieff. De rebus Bromeliacearum II. 1997 18 1 103–148
Bohlman, S. A multiple scale study of seasonal variation in canopy leaf density in the Amazon Basin using remote sensing. 1996 17 1 104
Brockelman, W. A new method for climbing rain forest trees using double rope loops. 1996 17 1 104
Gorb, E. and S. Gorb. Correlation between size classes of ants Formica polyctena and seed on myremecochorous plants of deciduous forest (Central Ukraine, East Europe). 1996 17 1 104–105
Carter, J.P. and C.E. Martin. The occurrence of crassulacean acid metabolism among epiphytes in a high-rainfall region of Costa Rica. 1994 15 2 104–106
Renner, S.S. The neotropical epiphytic Melastomataceae: phytogeographic patterns, fruit types and floral biology. 1986 9 1 104–111 neotropical epiphytes, melastomataceae, phytogeography, Blakea, Topobea,fruit, melastome, pollen, pollination, nectar, opportunistic epiphytism
Morawetz, W., P. Krügel, C. Listabarth and M. Roithmair. Surumoni Project––towards an understanding of the structure and function of a neotropical rain forest ecosystem with special reference to its canopy. 1996 17 1 105
Van Dulmen, A. Reproductive characteristics of two Amazonian rain forest communities: a study at canopy level. 1996 17 1 105
Rao, K.S., R.K. Maikhuri, R.L. Semwal and K.G. Saxena. Canopy development studies in an ecoregeneration site in Garhwal Himalaya, India. 2000 21 1,2 105–111 ecorestoration, Himalaya, native and naturalized trees, tree growth, canopy volume
Gradstsein, S.R. and .N. Nadkarni, T.Kromer, I. Holz and N. Noske. A protocol for rapid and representative sampling of vascular and non-vascular epiphyte diversity of tropical rain forests. 2003 24 1 105–111 cloud forest, epiphytes, minimum sample size, non-vascular epiphytes, sampling, species diversity, tropical rain forest
Sanders, R.W. Cladistics of Bactris (Palmae): survey of characters and refutation of Burret’s classification. 1991 12 105–133
Millington, A., J. Wellens, B. Wyatt and F. Gerard. Forest canopy measurements as inputs to tropical forest mapping from remotely sensed data. 1996 17 1 106
Sillett, S.C. Branch epiphyte assemblages in the forest interior and on the clearcut edge of a 700-year-old Douglas-fir canopy in western Oregon. 1996 17 1 106
Yanoviak, S.P. Community structure in water-filled tree holes of Panama: Effects of hole height and size. 1999 20 1 106–115 canopy, community, disturbance, tree hole, tropics
Nkongmeneck, B.A. Fauna of marsupial pouches of Scaphopetalum thonneri. 1996 17 1 107
Nkongmeneck, B.A. Layering of some understory ligneous plants in the tropical rain forests of Cameroon. 1996 17 1 107
Madison, M. Additional observations on ant-gardens in Amazonas. 1979 5 2 107–115 Amazon, Ecuador, Brazil, Ant-gardens, Parabiosis, Codonanthe, Codonanthopsis, Anthurium gracile, Aechmea mertensii, Anochetus emarginatus, Azteca traili, Azteca ulei, Azteca sp., Camponotus femoratus, Crematogaster limata, Crematogaster parabiotica, Dolichoderus debilis, Odontomachus affinis, Solenopsis parabiotica, Autogamy, Extrafloral nectaries, Neotropics, Gesneriaceae, Bromeliaceae, Araceae
Luther, H.E. Miscellaneous new taxa of Bromeliaceae (XIV). 1999 20 1 10–15 Bromeliaceae, Tillandsia, Guzmania, Bolivia, Colombia, Peru
Vermeulen, J.J. A provisional checklist of the continental African taxa of the genus Bulbophyllum Thouars (Orchidaceae). 1982 7 1 10–19 Orchidaceae, Africa, Taxonomy, Bulbophyllum nigritianum, Lyperostachys, Bulbophyllum cocoinum, Bulbophyllum flavidum, Bulbophyllum sangae,Bulbophyllum stolzii, Bulbophyllum oreonastes, Bulbophyllum denticulatum, Bulbophyllum calamarium, Bulbophyllum nigericum, Megaclinium, Cirrhopetalum
Luer, C.A. Icones Pleurothallidinarum, miscellaneous new species in Barbosella, Lepanthes, Masdevallia, Platystele and Scaphosepalum (Orchidaceae). 1976 3 1–2 10–37 Barbosella orbicularis, Lepanthes caprimulgus, Lepanthes ribes, Masdevallis butcheri, Masdevallia dodsonii, Masdevallia dressleri, Masdevallia pelecaniceps, Platystele brenneri, Platystele dressleri, Platystele examen-culicum, Platystele taylori, Scaphosepalum clavellatum, Scaphosepalum ovulare, Scaphosepalum rapax, Ecuador, Panama, Peru
Murawski, D.A., M. Chase, B. Dayanandan, P. Hall and K.S. Bawa. Mating patterns of canopy trees in the new and old world tropics. 1993 14 11
Leme, E.M.C. Miscellaneous new species of Brazilian Bromeliaceae. 1995 16 1 110–122
Blinova, I. A Northernmost population of Cypripedium calculus L. (Orchidaceae): Demography, flowering and pollination. 2002 23 1 111–120 Artic Circle, boreal orchids, Russia
Higgins, W. Editorial: the ethics of peer review. 2003 24 1 112
Sah, S.P. Sal forest (Shorea robusta Gaertn.) management options in the Nepal Terai. 2000 21 1,2 112–117 sal forest, Shorea robusta, forest management, natural regeneration, soil
Hammel, B.E. New species of Clusiaceae from Central America with notes on Clusia and synonymy in the tribe Clusieae. 1986 9 1 112–120 Clusiaceae, La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, pollen, taxonomy
Luther, H.E. A guide to the species of Tillandsia regulated by Appendix II of CITES. 1994 15 1 112–131
Luther, H.E. Horti Selbyani: Twenty years of bromeliad research in Ecuador. 2003 24 1 113–115
Wright, M., D. Guest, and R. Cross. Develoment of Mycorrhizal Associations in Caladenia tentaculata 2006 26 1,2 114–124 mycorrhizal colonization, orchid, microscopy, Caladenia, protocorm infection
Dodson, C.H. Orchids of Ecuador: Stanhopea. 1975 1 2 114–129 Orchidaceae, Stanhopea, Nomenclature,Ecuador
Koopowitz, H. A stochastic model for the extinction of tropical orchids. 1992 13 115–122
Beckner, J. Book review: Guide to the vascular plants of Central French Guyiana Part 2. Dicotyledons by Scott Mori, Georges Cremers, Carol A. Gracie, Jean-Jacques de Granville, Scott V. Heald, Michel Hoff, and John D. Mitchell. 2003 24 1 116
Ackerman, J.D. Dodsonia, a new Ecuadorian genus of the Zygopetalinae (Orchidaceae). 1979 5 2 116–119 Zygopetalinae, Orchidaceae, Dodsonia falcata, Dodsonia saccata, Ecuador
Mursidawati, S., D.A. Norton and I.P. Astuti. Distribution of Pomatocalpa spicata Breda (Orchidaceae) within and among host trees in Manusela National Park, Seram, Maluku Archipelago, Indonesia. 1999 20 1 116–119 epiphyte, Orchidaceae, host utilization
Higgins, W. Book review: Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana, Volume 7 Myrtaceae-Plumbaginaceae by P.E. Berry, K Yatskievych, and B.K. Holst, Eds. 2003 24 1 117
Jacques-Felix, H. The Discovery of a Bromeliad in Africa, Pitcairnia feliciana. 2000 21 1,2 118–124 Africa, Bromelaceae, Guinea, Pitcairnia feliciana
Jacome, J., G. Galeano, M. Amaya &M. Mora Vertical Distribution of Epiphytic Araceae in a Tropical Rain Forest in Chocó, Colombia 2004 25 1 118–125 diversity maintenance, epiphytes, growth forms, hemiepiphytes, leaf morphology, habitat differentiation
Clark, J.R. An annotated checklist of Gesneriaceae type specimens in the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens herbarium (SEL). 2003 24 2 119–140 Gesneriaceae, taxonomy, neotropics, type
Jost, L. New Pleurothallid Orchids from the Cordillera del Condor of Ecuador 2004 25 1 11–16 Brachionidium, Lepanthes, condorense, deflexum, neillii,Ecuador
Komposch, H. and J. Hafellner. Diversity and vertical distribution of lichens in a Venezuelan tropical lowland rain forest. 2000 21 1,2 11–24 lichenized fungi, tropical rain forest, vertical distribution, alpha and beta diversity, canopy research, Venezuela
Tsi, Z. A provisional checklist of the orchids of Ghizhou Province, China. 1997 18 1 11–30
Wiehler, H. The genera Episcia, Alsobia, Nautilocalyx and Paradrymonia (Gesneriaceae). 1978 5 1 11–60
Dial, R. The role of wind and dispersal ability in a canopy level predator-prey community. 1993 14 12
Bush, S.P., W.E. Kutz and J.M. Anderton. RAPD variation in temperate populations of the epiphytic orchid Epidendrum conopseum and the epiphytic fern Pleopeltis polypodioides. 1999 20 1 120–124 RAPDs, genetics, diversity, epiphytes, orchids
Pridgeon, A.M. and N.H. Williams. Anatomical aspects of Dresslerella (Orchidaceae). 1979 5 2 120–134 Orchidaceae, Pleurothaiid, Dresslerella, Anatomical aspects, Epidermis, Hypodermis, Mesophyll, Vascular bundles, Cortex, Vascular cylinder, Pith, Exodermis, Endodermis
Adams, W.W. III and C.E. Martin. Heterophylly and its relevance to evolution within the Tillandsioideae (Bromeliaceae). 1986 9 1 121–125 heterophylly, Tillandsioideae, evolution, xerophytic, mesophytic, CAM, tank-forming tillandsioids, neotony
Nkongmeneck, B.A., M.D. Lowman and J.T. Atwood. Epiphyte diversity primary and fragmented forests of Cameroon, Central Africa: A preliminary survey. 2002 23 2 121–130 Africa, biodiversity, Cameroon, epiphyte, forest, orchid, tropics
Smith, J.F. and S. Atkinson. Phylogenic analysis of the tribes Gloxinieae and Gesnerieae (Gesneriaceae): data from ndhF sequences. 1998 19 1 122–131
Lugo, A.E. and F.N. Scatena. Epiphytes and climate change research in the Caribbean: a proposal. 1992 13 123–130
Lowman, M.D. Linking systematics and ecology to promote conservation. 1995 16 2 125–126
Luther, H.E. Miscellaneous new taxa of Bromeliaceae (XV). 2000 21 1,2 125–131 Bromeliaceae, Aechmea, Guzmania, Pepinia, Pitcairnia, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Cedeño, A., T. Mérida and J. Zerarra. Ant gardens of Surumoni, Venezuela. 1999 20 1 125–132 Surumoni, rain forest canopy, ant garden, ant, epiphytes, cyanobacteria
Cribb, P., D. Roberts, and J. Hermans Distribution, Ecology, and Threat to Selected Madagascan Orchids 2006 26 1,2 125–133 Orchidaceae, extinction, algorithm, distribution, herbaria
Ackerman, J.D. and A.M. Montalvo. Two new species of Epidendrum (Orchidaceae) with lateral inflorescences. 1986 9 1 126–129 Epidendrum, Pleuranthium, E. aristatum, E. brachybotrys, lateral inflorescences
Isaza, J. Betancur & J.V. Estévez-Varón Vertical Distribution of Bromeliads in a Montane Forest in the Eastern Cordillera of the Colombian Andes 2004 25 1 126–137 Andes, Bromeliaceae, Colombia, ep
Young, T. Landscape mosaics created by canopy gaps, forest edges and bushland glades. 1995 16 2 127–134 crown asymmetry, canopy, reproduction, edge effects, landscape mosaic, nest predation, seeds
Higgins, W. and C. Dodson. Prosthechea pulchra: A new name for an Andean orchid. 2001 22 2 128–130 taxonomy, Ecuador, Encyclia, Epidendrum, Prosthechea, pulcherrimum, pulcherrima, pulchra
Atwood, J.T. The relationships of the slipper orchids (subfamily Cypripedioideae: Orchidaceae). 1984 7 2–4 129–247 Slipper orchids, phylogenetic, taxonomy, Phragmipedium,Paphiopedilum, Cypripedium, Criosanthes, Selenipedium-Cypripedium, Brachypetalum, chromosome, fission, fusion, aneuploids, karyological, Miocene, evolution
Walter, D.E. and D.J. O’Dowd. Beneath biodiversity: Factors influencing the diversity and abundance of canopy mites. 1995 16 1 12–20
Dodson, C.H. Dressleria and Clowesia: a new genus and an old one revived in the Catasetinae (Orchidaceae). 1975 1 2 130–137 Orchidaceae, Dressleria, Clowesia,Catasetum
Gardner, C.S. Preliminary classification of Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae) based on floral characters. 1986 9 1 130–146 taxonomy, fresh flowers, Tillandsia, Texas, Florida, Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, South America
Atwood, J.T. New Maxillaria from Panama. 2001 22 2 131–134 Maxillaria, Mesoamerica, Orchidaceae
Bouricius, W.G., P.K. Wittman and B. Bouricius. Designing canopy walkways: Engineering calculations for building canopy access systems with cable-supported bridges. 2002 23 1 131–136 Canopy, walkway construction, temperate forest, tropical forest
Ranker, T.A. Genetic diversity of endemic Hawaiian epiphytic ferns: implications for conservation. 1992 13 131–137
Wendt, T., N.P. Lopes Paz and R.I. Rios. A morphometric analysis of a.putative hybrid between Pitcairnia albiflos and Pitcarinia staminea (Bromeliaceae). 2000 21 1,2 132–136 Bromeliaceae, Pitcairnia, natural hybridization, Brazil, rare species
Holst, B.K. Checklist of Venezuelan Bromeliaceae with notes on species distribution by state and levels of endemism. 1994 15 1 132–149
Dejean, A., B. Corbara and J. Orivel. The arboreal ant mosaic in two Atlantic rain forests. 1999 20 1 133–145 ant mosaics, rain forest, French Guiana, Cameroon
Benzing, D.H. and J. Seemann. Nutritional piracy and host decline: a new perspective on the epiphyte-host relationship. 1978 2 2–3 133–148 Epiphyte, Bromeliad, Tillandsia usneoides, Tillandsia recurvata,Vascular, Hosts, Nutritional Piracy, Florida
Rolando, I. Fifteen Years of In-Situ Conservation at Macchu Picchu 2006 26 1,2 134–135 CITES Peru reglamento de conservacion de orquideas, eco-tourism
Taylor, C.M., B.E. Hammel and W. C. Burger. New species, combinations and records in Rubiaceae from the La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica. 1991 12 134–140
Hietz, P. and U. Hietz-Seifert. Intra- and interspecific relations within an epiphyte community in a Mexican humid montane forest. 1995 16 2 135–140 Bromeliaceae, Epiphyte associations, Mexico, Nearest neighbor analysis, Orchidaceae, Peperomia
McNeely, J.A. The science of the canopy: Who needs the information and how they can use it. 1998 19 2 135–140
Benzing, D.H. Alternative interpretations for the evidence that certain orchids and bromeliads act as shoot parasites. 1979 5 2 135–144 Orchids, Bromeliads, Nutritional pirates, Shoot parasites, Taxodium ascenden, Tillandsia recurvata, Microcoelia
Dalström, S. New species and combinations in the Oncidinae (Orchidaceae) and a synoposis of the Cochlioda Clade (Oncidinae). 2001 22 2 135–145 Cochlioda, Odontoglossum, Solenidiopsis, Symphyglossum, Orchidaceae, Oncidiinae, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Kindlmann, P. and J. Jersakova Floral Display, Reproductive Success, and Conservation of Terrestrial Orchids 2006 26 1,2 136–144 deceptiveness, fruit set, number of flowers, Orchis morio, terrestial orchids
Dunn, R.R. Bromeliad communities in isolated trees and three successional stages of an Andean cloud forest in Ecuador. 2000 21 1,2 137–143 Bromeliaceae, canopy, tropical montane forest, Ecuador, epiphytes, isolation trees, succession
Holst, B.K. New species and notes on Myrtaceae from Northern South America. 2002 23 2 137–180 Myrtaceae, Guayana Shield, Venezuela, Guianas, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador
Rauh, W. Are tillandsias endangered plants? 1992 13 138–139
Wiehler, H. Rufodorsia, a new Central American genus in the Gesneriaceae. 1975 1 2 138–149 Gesneriaceae, Rufodorsia, Panama, Central America
Palací, C.A., G.K. Brown, & D.E. Tuthill Vegetative Morphology and Leaf Anatomy of Catopsis (Tillandsioideae: Bromeliaceae) 2004 25 1 138–150 ecology, epicuticularwax, peltate trichrome, stoma/trichrome ratio, water storage tissue
Morales, F.A. The Black Orchid, Rhynchostele oscarii Archila (Orchidaceae), Near to the Myth 2006 27 1 13–14 ethnobotany, morphology, Rhynchostele bictoniensis
Basset, Y. Patterns in the organization of the arthropod community associated with an Australian rain forest tree: how distinct from elsewhere? 1993 14 13–15
Nadkarni, N.M. The conservation of epiphytes and their habitats: summary of a discussion at the international symposium on the biology and conservation of epiphytes. 1992 13 140–142
Dorrington, G. Use of lighter-than-air vehicles for mobile access to the upper canopy. 1995 16 2 141–143 lighter-than-air vehicles (LTA), hot air, helium, canopy
Dressler, R.L. Flowering phenology of Werauhia sintenisii,a bromeliad from the Dwarf Montane forest in Puerto Rico: an indicator of climate change? 2003 24 2 141–143 taxonomy, Mesoamerica, Orchidaceae, new species, Malaxis
Preisser, E., D.C. Smith and M.D. Lowman. Canopy and ground level insect distribution in a temperate forest. 1998 19 2 141–146
Taylor, C.M. The vascular flora of the La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica: Rubiaceae. 1991 12 141–190
Stokes, A.E. and B.B. Schultz. Mist netting birds from canopy platforms. 1995 16 2 144–146 horizontal deployment, mist nets, canopy, understory, migrating neotropical songbirds, North America
Carnevali Fernández-Concha, G. and W. Fritz. The Maxillaria porrecta Lindley complex in the Venezuelan Guayana and the Guianas with a new species in the group. 2000 21 1,2 144–150 Orchidaceae, Maxillaria, Maxillaria porrecta complex, Venezuelan Guayana, Guianas, Amazonas
Atwood, J.T. Review of the Maxillaria graminifolia (Kunth) Rchb.f. (Orchidaceae) suballiance. 2003 24 2 144–164 Maxillaria,orchid, Orchidaceae
Dueck, L.A., J.A. Fowler, C.S. Hagen, and T.C. Glenn Genetic Discrimination of Spiranthes cernua Species Complex in South Carolina 2006 26 1,2 145–154 Spiranthes cernua, orchid genetics, DNA sequencing, molecular sysematics
Luer, C.A. Icones Pleurothallidinarum, miscellaneous new species in the Pleurothallidinae (Orchidaceae). 1979 5 2 145–194 Icones Pleurothallidinarum, Orchidaceae, Cryptophoranthus dodsonii, Cryptophoranthus vulturiceps, Dracula cordobae, Dracula ripleyana, Masdevallia nicaraguae, Masdevallisarafaeliana, Masdevallia rigens, Masdevallia walteri, Masdevallia welischii, Masdevallia elegans, Masdevallia semiteres, Platystele dodsonii, Platystele hirtzii, Platystele stellaris, Platystele teaguei, Pleurothallis acremona, Pleurothallis aequatoralis, Pleurothallis anceps, Pleurothallis apopsis, Pleurothallis aporosis, Pleurothallis campicola, Pleurothallis cucumeris, Pleurothallis cynocephala, Pleurothallis eidos, Pleurothallis eumeces, Pleurothallis giraffa, Pleurothallis gongylodes, Pleurothallis harpago, Pleurothallis herpestes, Pleurothallis ibex, Pleurothallis janetiae, Pleurothallis lamia, Pleurothallis litotes, Pleurothallis madisonii, Pleurothallis morenoi, Pleurothallis pelex, Pleurothallis perryi, Pleurothallis pidax, Pleurothallis polysticta, Pleurothallis portillae, Pleurothallis radula, Pleurothallis regalis, Pleurothallis ripleyi, Pleurothallis schizopogon, Pleurothallis stelidilabia, Pleurothallis stevensii, Pleurothallis stricta, Pleurothallis stumpflei, Pleurothallis tantilla, Pleurothallis taxis, Pleurothallis telamon, Pleurothallis trichostoma, Pleurothallis uxoria, Pleurothallis variabilis, Pleurothallis zorrocuchensis, Scaphosepalum beluosum. Scaphosepalum ursinum, Stelis anolis, Stelis glomerosa, Stelis gratiosa, Stelis triaristata, Stelis tridactylon, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru, Panama, Bolivia, Colombia
Leme, E. M. C. and J. A. S. Fillho. Studies in Bromeliaceae of Northeastern Brazil. I. 2001 22 2 146–154 Bromeliaceae, Aechmea, Canistrum, Cryptanthus, Vriesea, Brazil
Basset, Y., E. Charles and V. Novotny. Insect herbivores on parent trees and conspecific seedlings in a Guyana rain forest. 1999 20 1 146–158 canopy, insects, herbivores, Guyana, seedlings, understory
Romero, G.A. A new species of Coryanthes (Orchidaceae) from southern Venezuela. 1986 9 1 147–148 Coryanthes pegiae, Venezuela, hypochile, epiphyte, ant nests
Mercier, H. and G.B. Kerbauy. The importance of tissue culture technique for conservation of endangered Brazilian bromeliads from Atlantic rain forest canopy. 1995 16 2 147–149 Bromeliaceae, Vriesea fosteriana, Vriesea hieroglyphica, endangered bromeliad, micropropagation
Koike, F., S. Riswan, T. Partomihardjo, E. Suzuki and M. Hotta. Canopy structure and insect community distribution in a tropical rain forest of West Kalimantan. 1998 19 2 147–154
Pabst, G.F.J. An illustrated key to the species of the genus Mormodes Lindl. (Orchidaceae). 1978 2 2–3 149–155 Orchidaceae, Mormodes, Species Identification
Hammel, B.E. Characteristics and phytogeographical analysis of a subset of the flora of La Selva (Costa Rica). 1986 9 1 149–155 Cecropiaceae, Clusiaceae, Cyclanthaceae, Lauraceae, Marantaceae, Moraceae, La Selva, phytogeography, floristic comparisons
Kernan, C. A method for estimating bark surface in forest canopies. 1994 15 2 14–17
Wasshausen, D.C. New taxa of Acanthaceae from the Rio Palenque Science Center in Ecuador. 1977 2 1 14–21 Acanthaceae, Taxonomy, Rio Palenque Science Center, Ecuador, Ruellia riopalenquensis, Dicliptera dodsonii, Justicia ianthina, Justicia riopalenquensis, Justicia pectoralis
Chipka, S.A. and José A. Izquierdo A New Catalogue of Orchidaceae for Saba, N.A. 2006 26 1,2 14–22 Saba, N.A., Orchidaceae species, microhabitat, naturalized, endemic
Pupuplin, F. Miscellaneous new taxa in Neotropical Orchidaceae. 2001 22 1 14–26 Orchidaceae, Macroclinium, Prosthechea,Trichocentrum
Zotz, G. How fast does an epiphyte grow? 1995 16 2 150–154 epiphyte, vegetative growth, Dimerandra emarginata
Wiehler, H. Besleria L. and the re-establishment of Gasteranthus Benth. (Gesneriaceae). 1975 1 2 150–156 Gesneriaceae, Besleria, Gasteranthus
Atwood, J.T. Editorial: Some thoughts on orchid conservation. 1997 18 2 151
Hanneman, A. Construction of a lightweight canopy walkway in a chocó cloud forest, Ecuador. 2000 21 1,2 151–155 canopy walkway, cloud forest, Choco, Ecuador
Dial, R.J., S.C. Sillett, M.E. AntoPalací, C.A., G.K. Brown, & D.E. Tuthilline Palací, C.A., G.K. Brown, & D.E. Tuthill& J.C. Spickler Methods for Horizontal Motion through Forest Canopies 2004 25 1 151–163 Borneo, canopy trees, access, tree climbing, dipterocarp, tropical rain forest
Morrison, A. Orchid Conservation 97: Keynote address. 1997 18 2 152–156
Bush, S.P. and J.H. Beach. Breeding systems of epiphytes in a tropical montane wet forest. 1995 16 2 155–158 epiphytes, tropical montane wet forest, Costa Rica, pollination, self-compatibility
Dressler, R.L. How Many Orchid Species? 2006 26 1,2 155–158 Alpha taxonomy, systematics, plant collections
Floren, A. and K.E. Linsenmair. Diversity and recolonization of arboreal Formicidae and Coleoptera in a lowland rain forest in Sabah, Malaysia. 1998 19 2 155–161
Moffett, M.W. The nature and limits of canopy biology. 2001 22 2 155–179 algal turf, biofilm, biodiversity, biomechanics, canopy, community, coral reef, ecolgy, ecosystem, epiphyte, forest, kelp, periphyton, rhizosphere, stratification, structural support, tree
Dodson, C.H. Three new South American species of Catasetum (Orchidaceae). 1978 2 2–3 156–158 Orchidaceae, Catasetum napoense, Catasetum stevensonii, Catasetum thompsonii, Ecuador, Guyana
Krings, A. Floristics and ecology of mesoamerican montane climber communities of Monteverde, Costa Rica. 2000 21 1,2 156–164
Kress, W.J. New heliconias (Heliconiaceae) from Panama 1986 9 1 156–166 Heliconia, Panama, erect inflorescences
Breast, J.D. Orchid management vs. orchid conservation. 1997 18 2 157–159
Wiehler, H. Codonanthe luteola (Gesneriaceae), a new species from Panama. 1975 1 2 157–164 Gesneriaceae, Codonanthe, Neotropical, Ant Nests, Panama
Dodson, C.H. The catasetums (Orchidaceae) of Tapakuma, Guyana. 1978 2 2–3 159–168 Orchidaceae, Catasetum macrocarpum, Catasetum discolor, Catasetum longifolium, Catasetum thompsonii, Tapakuma, Guyana, Hybrids, Pollination, Isolation Mechanisms
Benzing, D.H. The physical mosaic and plant variety in forest canopies. 1995 16 2 159–168 ecophysiology, gradients, botanical diversity, epiphytes, arboreal species, ants, myrmecophytes,
Ribeiro, S.P. and V.K. Brown. Insect herbivory in tree crowns of Tabebuia aurea and T. ochracea (Bignoniaceae) in Brazil: Contrasting the Cerrado with the “Pantanal Matogrossense.” 1999 20 1 159–170 cerrado, genetic polymorphism, herbivory, monodominance, Pantanal, Tabebuia
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