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Título : A new phytotelm plant, crinum moorei (asparagales: amaryllidaceae), for the Americas and its mosquito inhabitant (diptera: culicidae) in Ecuador.
Autor : Navarro, Juan Carlos
Enríquez, Sandra
Vaca, Franklin
Benitez Ortiz, Washington Vicente
Palabras clave : PHYTOTELMATA
Fecha de publicación : sep-2013
Editorial : Washington: Florida Entomological Society
Citación : Enriquez, Sandra y otros (2013). A new phytotelm plant, crinum moorei (asparagales: amaryllidaceae), for the Americas and its mosquito inhabitant (diptera: culicidae) in Ecuador. Florida Entomological Society, 96(3): 1224-1227.
Resumen : Phytotelmata are water-impounding structures formed by non-aquatic plants, such as modified leaves (Heliconia), leaf axils (Bromeliaceae and Araceae), flowers (Marantaceae), perforated internodes (bamboo), stem holes or depressions, rot-holes in tree trunks or branches (tree-holes), open fruits (cacao pods and coconuts) and fallen leaves (spathes of palms and Musaceae). The word was coined by Varga (1928) and derived from Greek words: phyton (plant) and telma (pool) and has been adopted into English (Maguire 1971; Fish 1983). The singular in English is phytotelma (or phytotelm), and plural is phytotelmata (or phytotelms). The term has been adopted in Spanish as fitotelma/fitotelmata
URI : http://www.dspace.uce.edu.ec/handle/25000/14464
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