Malpighiaceae


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Malpighiaceae

[mal‚pig·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Polygalales distinguished by having three carpels, several fertile stamens, five petals that are commonly fringed or toothed, and indehiscent fruit.
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Post fire resprouting of Banisteriopsis malifolia (Malpighiaceae) and the role of extrafloral nectaries on the associated ant fauna in a Brazilian Savanna.
Plant families that were used as substrate were Asteraceae, Bromeliaceae, Casuarinaceae, Dilleniaceae, Ericaceae, Fabaceae, Loranthaceae, Lythraceae, Malpighiaceae, Malvaceae, Melastomataceae, Myrtaceae, Poaceae, Polygonaceae, Rubiaceae, Sapindaceae, Styracaceae, Urticaceae, Verbenaceae, Vochysiaceae, being some families exclusive of one of the areas.
Aphis craccivora is here mentioned for first time, according to Blackman & Eastop (2006), on species of Baccharis (Asteraceae), Bulnesia (Zygopbyllaceae), Condalia (Rhamnaceae), Gazania (Asteraceae), Hoffmanseggia (Fabaceae), Larrea (Zygophyllaceae), Prosopidastrum (Fabaceae), Proustia (Asteraceae) and Tricomaria (Malpighiaceae), and on species of another 21 genera of several plant families in Argentina (Table 1).
Nectar was the most frequent primary' resource, being produced by 80% of the species, followed by nectar/pollen (11%), pollen (6.5%), and oils (2%) (the latter being offered by only one species, Stigmaphyllum paralias, Malpighiaceae).
Myrtaceae and Asteraceae comprise the greatest richness of Dasineura species (12 and 07, respectively), followed by Malpighiaceae (02 spp.).
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