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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Reproductive Biology Of Davilla Kunthii A. St-hil. (dilleniaceae) In Central Amazonia [biologia Reprodutiva De Davilla Kunthii A. St-hil. (dilleniaceae) Na Amazônia Central]|
de Lazari Manente-Balestieri F.C.
|Abstract:||(This survey aimed at describing the interactions of floral visitors and Davilla kunthii A. St.-Hil. as well as characteristics of its reproductive biology in Itacoatiara, state of Amazonas, Brazil. Tests of the breeding system were performed. The guild of visitors was described according to richness, abundance, relative frequency and constancy. The breeding system tests indicated that D. kunthii is self-compatible. The pollination system was characterized as generalist, with 39 visitor species, from three different orders. Bees were the main group of pollinators, thus some behavioural aspects were described. The period of highest foraging activity was between 7 and 10 am. Some species presented agonistic and monopolistic behaviour. Given the behaviour and destructive potential, the Curculionidae seem to have a greater impact as seed predators than pollinators.|
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