Cover of Volume 147(i)

Volume 147, issue 1 (2014)

Print publication date: 23 Mar. 2014

Effects of alien species on homogenization of urban floras across continents: a tale of two mediterranean cities in two different continents – Garcillán, Pedro P.; Dana, Elías D.; Rebman, Jon P.; Peñas, Julio
Regular paper
Electronic appendices related to this article:
Electronic appendix 1
Electronic appendix 2
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Garcillán P.P., Dana E.D., Rebman J.P., Peñas J. (2014) Effects of alien species on homogenization of urban floras across continents: a tale of two mediterranean cities in two different continents. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 3–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.950

Do species incidence matrices reflect different degrees of plant community integration? – Gafta, Dan
Regular paper
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Gafta D. (2014) Do species incidence matrices reflect different degrees of plant community integration? Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 11–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.934

Relating changes in understorey diversity to environmental drivers in an ancient forest in northern Belgium – Vanhellemont, Margot; Baeten, Lander; Verheyen, Kris
Regular paper
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Electronic appendix 1
Electronic appendix 2
Electronic appendix 3
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Vanhellemont M., Baeten L., Verheyen K. (2014) Relating changes in understorey diversity to environmental drivers in an ancient forest in northern Belgium. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 22–32. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.921

Flower morphological diversity in Aframomum (Zingiberaceae) from Africa – the importance of distinct floral types with presumably specific pollinator associations, differential habitat adaptations and allopatry in speciation and species maintenance – Ley, Alexandra C.; Harris, David J.
Regular paper
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Electronic appendix 2
Electronic appendix 3
Electronic appendix 4
Electronic appendix 5
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Ley A.C., Harris D.J. (2014) Flower morphological diversity in Aframomum (Zingiberaceae) from Africa – the importance of distinct floral types with presumably specific pollinator associations, differential habitat adaptations and allopatry in speciation and species maintenance. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 33–48. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.824

Enigmatic floral structures in Alternanthera, Iresine, and Tidestromia (Gomphrenoideae, Amaranthaceae). A developmental homology assessment – Vrijdaghs, Alexander; Flores-Olvera, Hilda; Smets, Erik
Regular paper
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Vrijdaghs A., Flores-Olvera H., Smets E. (2014) Enigmatic floral structures in Alternanthera, Iresine, and Tidestromia (Gomphrenoideae, Amaranthaceae). A developmental homology assessment. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 49–66. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.893

Moss-inhabiting diatoms from two contrasting Maritime Antarctic islands – Kopalová , Kateřina; Ochyra, Ryszard; Nedbalová, Linda; Van de Vijver, Bart
Regular paper
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Kopalová K., Ochyra R., Nedbalová L., Van de Vijver B. (2014) Moss-inhabiting diatoms from two contrasting Maritime Antarctic islands. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 67–84. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.896

First records of Protosteloid Amoebae (Eumycetozoa) from the Democratic Republic of the Congo – de Haan, Myriam; Cocquyt, Christine; Tice, Alex; Zahn, Geoff; Spiegel, Frederick W.
Regular paper
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de Haan M., Cocquyt C., Tice A., Zahn G., Spiegel F.W. (2014) First records of Protosteloid Amoebae (Eumycetozoa) from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 85–92. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.883

On Diphymyces (Laboulbeniales, Ascomycota) in Malaysian Borneo – Haelewaters, Danny; Schilthuizen, Menno; Pfister, Donald H.
Regular paper
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Haelewaters D., Schilthuizen M., Pfister D.H. (2014) On Diphymyces (Laboulbeniales, Ascomycota) in Malaysian Borneo. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 93–100. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.912

Novitates Gabonenses 83. Two new species of Cola (Sterculiaceae s.str.) from Gabon with an introductory note on the subdivision of the genus – Breteler, Frans J.
Regular paper
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Breteler F.J. (2014) Novitates Gabonenses 83. Two new species of Cola (Sterculiaceae s.str.) from Gabon with an introductory note on the subdivision of the genus. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 101–107. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.794

Impacts of the diversity of traditional uses and potential economic value on food tree species conservation status: case study of African bush mango trees (Irvingiaceae) in the Dahomey Gap (West Africa) – Vihotogbé, Romaric; Glèlè Kakaï, Romain; Bongers, Frans; van Andel, Tinde; van den Berg, Ronald G.; Sinsin, Brice; Sosef, Marc S.M.
Regular paper
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Vihotogbé R., Glèlè Kakaï R., Bongers F., van Andel T., van den Berg R.G., Sinsin B., Sosef M.S.M. (2014) Impacts of the diversity of traditional uses and potential economic value on food tree species conservation status: case study of African bush mango trees (Irvingiaceae) in the Dahomey Gap (West Africa). Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 109–125. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.789

Serpocaulon obscurinervium (Polypodiaceae), a new fern species from Colombia and Ecuador – Sanín, David
Short communication
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Sanín D. (2014) Serpocaulon obscurinervium (Polypodiaceae), a new fern species from Colombia and Ecuador. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 127–133. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.915

Eriobotrya balgooyi (Rosaceae), a new obligate ultramafic endemic from Kinabalu Park, Borneo – Wong, K.M.; van der Ent, Antony
Short communication
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Wong K.M., van der Ent A. (2014) Eriobotrya balgooyi (Rosaceae), a new obligate ultramafic endemic from Kinabalu Park, Borneo. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 134–140. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.938

A new, endangered species of canopy tree from the evergreen forests of Ghana and Liberia, Synsepalum ntimii (Sapotaceae) – Hawthorne, William D.
Short communication
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Hawthorne W.D. (2014) A new, endangered species of canopy tree from the evergreen forests of Ghana and Liberia, Synsepalum ntimii (Sapotaceae). Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 141–148. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.917

R.C. Clarke & M.D. Merlin (2013) – Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany – Groom, Quentin
Book review
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Groom Q. (2014) R.C. Clarke & M.D. Merlin (2013) – Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany. Plant Ecology and Evolution 147: 149. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2014.933

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