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The previous state of knowledge of Cremastosperma species diversity was similar: Leaves 10—27 cm long, apex caudate. Sepals 2—3 mm long — Bolivia Tree, 4—20 m tall. The flowers of C. Leaf apex caudate to acuminate. Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University Tree 6—18 m tall, 15—22 cm diam. Moist estacual forest, mostly non-inundated areas, on clayey or lateritic soil or white sand.
New Perspectives on Pattern and Process. March, July and September; fruiting: Differences between collections from these two regions have been observed: The collection appears to be of a Cremastosperma the leaves with a raised primary veinbut includes only immature buds.
Monocarps 22—28 mm long, longer than stipes, slightly asymmetrical — Pacific coast of Colombia and Ecuador. The lack of flowering material of C. Variation in the size, shape and texture of leaves and length of pedicel of C.
A practical information-theoretic approach. Effects of fragmentation of the Atlantic forest on mammal communities in south-eastern Brazil. Leaves 10—28 —34 cm long. Cremastosperma monospermum is the most widespread and abundant species of the genus, including occurrences in protected areas in Brazil and Peru.
February and November; fruiting: Cremastosperma yamayakatense resembles two other species of Cremastosperma ; C. Tree or shrub 3—15 m tall, 2—15 —35 cm diam. Key to species of Cremastosperma Identifying particular species of Cremastosperma with either only flowering or only fruiting material can be challenging.
The wood is aromatic, flowers reported as vanilla scented. Monocarps narrowly ellipsoid Fig. Introduction The persistence of several species worldwide has been threatened by current levels of anthropogenic disturbances in natural environment to the point that the rate of species extinction is already comparable to mass extinction events of the geological past Dirzo et al.
Seeds ellipsoid to narrowly so, ca. Cremastosperma pedunculatum occurs over a relatively wide area including within protected 520 in Ecuador. Seeds broadly ellipsoid, reddish-brown, pitted, ca.
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Whereas some species were restricted to the interior, the majority was recorded in fstadual interior and buffer zone and others were restricted to the buffer.
Leaves distichous, simple, entire, petiolate, exstipulate; lamina elliptic to obovate or narrowly so, index 1. XML Treatment for Cremastosperma brachypodum. Sepals 7—10 mm long. Article Buffer zone use by mammals in a Cerrado protected area.
Although this species was recorded only in the interior, it has large home-range requirements to maintain a viable population Medici et al.
Overall, with 22 of 34 species being national endemics and several of the others with similarly restricted distributions, widespread species such as C.
Monocarps ellipsoid, strongly asymmetrical Fig. eetadual
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Our mapping showed that the whole study area SmithYana huasca Williams, Ll This variation is also apparent in the size of the fruits, which are similar to those of C.
Amongst these taxa, Cremastosperma was noted to be exceptional in the combination of a pitted seed wall Fig.
XML Treatment for Cremastosperma macrocarpum: Seeds broadly ovoid, reddish-brown, pitted, pits appear black with raised rim, 8—10 by 6—7 mm, raphe sunken, regular. The buffer zone is suitable habitat estadial several species, even though there are cases in which animal abundances decrease from the PA perimeter towards the buffer zone limit estsdual of the concomitant increase of human activities and occurrence of domestic animals Jotikapukkana et al.
The abbreviations behind the collector numbers refer to the following taxa: Mammals of the Neotropics: The name Cremastosperma was first introduced by Robert E. Biodiversity hotspots for conservation priorities.
Measuring the extent and effectiveness of protected areas as an indicator for meeting global biodiversity targets. Fruits and seeds of Annonaceae: The species can be further distinguished by the combination of a branching inflorescence and glabrous fruits. Monocarps 7—17, ellipsoid, slightly asymmetrical, 11—17 by 9—11 mm, green maturing to red, reddish-brown, dark purple or black in vivoblackish or reddish-brown in siccowith an excentric apicule; stipes green maturing to red in vivo7—14 by 1—1.