Bromeliaceae of Ilha Feia, Arma��a does B�zios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

De Paula, Cl�dio Coelho; Da Silva, Renato Ramos
July 2005
Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p147
Academic Journal
The article presents an assessment of the Bromeliaceae of Ilha Feia, the largest and densely vegetated island in Arma��o dos B�zios peninsula in Rio de Janeiro state. The description of the area is given. Background to the inventory trips conducted to the island is presented. The identification key used in the identification of the Bromeliaceae species is detailed. Detailed information on the nine species of Bromeliaceae identified at Ilha Feia are given.


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