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- Lucas, Eve J., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Conservation biology 2019 v.33 no.3 pp. 511-522
- Myrcia; databases; georeferencing; natural history; risk; tropical plants
- ... The value of natural history collections for conservation science research is increasingly recognized, despite their well‐documented limitations in terms of taxonomic, geographic, and temporal coverage. Specimen‐based analyses are particularly important for tropical plant groups for which field observations are scarce and potentially unreliable due to high levels of diversity‐amplifying identifica ...
- LUCAS, EVE J., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Conservation biology 2009 v.23 no.1 pp. 151-163
- Myrtaceae; coastal forests; conservation areas; conservation plants; databases; geographic information systems; herbaria; indigenous species; models; mountains; natural history; species diversity; Brazil
- ... Plant-diversity hotspots on a global scale are well established, but smaller local hotspots within these must be identified for effective conservation of plants at the global and local scales. We used the distributions of endemic and endemic-threatened species of Myrtaceae to indicate areas of plant diversity and conservation importance within the Atlantic coastal forests (Mata Atlântica) of Brazi ...