Red diurna de polinización de “Cuabales de Cajálbana”, un matorral xeromorfo sobre serpentina de Cuba occidental

Diego Alameda, Banessa Falcón Hidalgo, Gabriela Rijo de Francisco, Dennys de Vales Fernández, Alicia Castañeda Correa, Luis Manuel Leyva

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Red diurna de polinización de “Cuabales de Cajálbana”, un matorral xeromorfo sobre serpentina de Cuba occidental

Citación: Alameda, D., Falcón, B., Rijo, G., de Vales, D., Castañeda, A. & Leyva, L.M. 2020. Diurnal pollination network of “Cuabales de Cajálbana”, a serpentine shrubwood in western Cuba. Revista Jard. Bot. Nac. Univ. Habana 41: 25-30.

Recibido: 6 de noviembre de 2019. Aceptado: 6 de diciembre 2019. Publicado en línea: 3 de junio de 2020. Editor encargado: José Angel García-Beltrán.                            


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Apis mellifera; Phyllanthus orbicularis; suelos ultramáficos; xeromorfismo


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