Robo de néctar en plantas ornamentales en Santa Clara, Cuba

Llilian Martínez-Pérez, Antonio Martínez-Fonseca, Rafael Alejandro Pérez-Obregón

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Robo de néctar en plantas ornamentales en Santa Clara, Cuba

Citación: Martínez-Pérez, L., Martínez-Fonseca, A. & Pérez-Obregón, R.A. 2021. Robo de néctar en plantas ornamentales en Santa Clara, Cuba. Revista Jar. Bot. Nac. Univ. Habana 42: 189-193.

Recibido: 3 de febrero de 2021. Aceptado: 3 de abril de 2021. Publicado en línea: 23 de julio de 2021. Editor encargado: Gabriela Rijo de Francisco.


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Chlorostilbon ricordii; plantas exóticas; visitante floral ilegítimo; Xylocopa cubaecola


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