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Type: Artigo
Title: Tree Species Of Papilionoideae (leguminosae) In Northwest Of São Paulo State, Brazil [espécies Arbóreas De Papilionoideae (leguminosae) Na Região Noroeste Do Estado De São Paulo, Brasil]
Title Alternative: Espécies Arbóreas De Papilionoideae (leguminosae) Na Região Noroeste Do Estado De São Paulo, Brasil
Author: Martins M.V.
Cavassan O.
De Azevedo Tozzi A.M.G.
Koch I.
Abstract: In this study, we collected woody plants of Papilionoideae, Leguminosae, in the northwest region of São Paulo state, southeastern Brazil. The study area has one of the most fragmented vegetation within the context of the region, and it is still poorly known about the flora. Nineteen species were recorded in eleven genera and three tribes. The most representative tribes were Sophoreae, with the genus Bowdichia, Leptolobium, Myroxylon, Sweetia and Ormosia; tribe Dalbergieae, with Andira, Centrolobium, Machaerium and Platypodium, and tribe Dipterygeae represented by Dipteryx and Pterodon. Machaerium presented the highest number of species, with eight, followed by Leptolobium, with two species. The other genera were represented by one species each. The species distribution data showed that the regional flora consists of species with wide distribution in the Cerrado, in central Brazil, and species that occur primarily in the Atlantic forest in eastern Brazil. Keys.
Subject: Cerrado
Semideciduous Forest
Editor: Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/2175-7860201667107
Date Issue: 2016
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