Cover of Volume 150(iii)

Volume 150, issue 3 (2017)

Print publication date: 22 Nov. 2017

Tree species identity outweighs the effects of tree species diversity and forest fragmentation on understorey diversity and composition – De Groote, Stefanie R.E.; van Schrojenstein Lantman, Irene M.; Sercu, Bram K.; Dekeukeleire, Daan; Boonyarittichaikij, Roschong; Keely Smith, Hannah; De Beelde, Robbe; Ceunen, Kris; Vantieghem, Pieter; Matheve, Hans; De Neve, Liesbeth; Vanhellemont, Margot; Baeten, Lander; de la Peña, Eduardo; Bonte, Dries; Martel, An; Verheyen, Kris; Lens, Luc
Regular paper
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De Groote S.R.E., van Schrojenstein Lantman I.M., Sercu B.K., Dekeukeleire D., Boonyarittichaikij R., Keely Smith H., De Beelde R., Ceunen K., Vantieghem P., Matheve H., De Neve L., Vanhellemont M., Baeten L., de la Peña E., Bonte D., Martel A., Verheyen K., Lens L. (2017) Tree species identity outweighs the effects of tree species diversity and forest fragmentation on understorey diversity and composition. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 229–239. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1331

Persistent cotyledons and multiple-stem resprouting as strategies of oak seedlings for tolerating herbivory damage – Gelviz-Gelvez, Sandra M.; Flores, Joel; Badano, Ernesto I.
Regular paper
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Gelviz-Gelvez S.M., Flores J., Badano E.I. (2017) Persistent cotyledons and multiple-stem resprouting as strategies of oak seedlings for tolerating herbivory damage. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 240–246. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1348

Effects of fire disturbance on alpha and beta diversity and on beta diversity components of soil seed banks and aboveground vegetation – Heydari, Mehdi; Omidipour, Reza; Abedi, Mehdi; Baskin, Carol
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Heydari M., Omidipour R., Abedi M., Baskin C. (2017) Effects of fire disturbance on alpha and beta diversity and on beta diversity components of soil seed banks and aboveground vegetation. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 247–256. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1344

Bark peeling does not explain the distribution of epiphytes between six phorophyte species of a tropical dry forest of Mexico – Jiménez-Salmerón, Roberto F.; Valencia-Díaz, Susana; Toledo-Hernández, Víctor H.; Flores-Palacios, Alejandro
Regular paper
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Jiménez-Salmerón R.F., Valencia-Díaz S., Toledo-Hernández V.H., Flores-Palacios A. (2017) Bark peeling does not explain the distribution of epiphytes between six phorophyte species of a tropical dry forest of Mexico. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 257–264. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1256

Shift in functional traits along soil fertility gradient reflects non-random community assembly in a tropical African rainforest – Libalah, Moses B.; Droissart, Vincent; Sonké, Bonaventure; Hardy, Olivier J.; Drouet, Thomas; Pescador, David S.; Kenfack, David; Thomas, Duncan W.; Chuyong, George B.; Couteron, Pierre
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Libalah M.B., Droissart V., Sonké B., Hardy O.J., Drouet T., Pescador D.S., Kenfack D., Thomas D.W., Chuyong G.B., Couteron P. (2017) Shift in functional traits along soil fertility gradient reflects non-random community assembly in a tropical African rainforest. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 265–278. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1318

Effects of floral display, conspecific density and rewarding species on fruit set in the deceptive orchid Orchis militaris (Orchidaceae) – Henneresse, Thomas; Wesselingh, Renate A.; Tyteca, Daniel
Regular paper
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Henneresse T., Wesselingh R.A., Tyteca D. (2017) Effects of floral display, conspecific density and rewarding species on fruit set in the deceptive orchid Orchis militaris (Orchidaceae). Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 279–292. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1313

Phenological and genetic characterization of Sedum hispanicum (Crassulaceae) in the Italian peninsula at the western margin of its distribution – Pezzi, Giovanna; Buldrini, Fabrizio; Mandolfo, Antonio L.; Puppi, Giovanna; Velli, Andrea; Conte, Lucia
Regular paper
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Pezzi G., Buldrini F., Mandolfo A.L., Puppi G., Velli A., Conte L. (2017) Phenological and genetic characterization of Sedum hispanicum (Crassulaceae) in the Italian peninsula at the western margin of its distribution. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 293–303. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1309

Endemism and geographic distribution of African Thismiaceae – Sainge, Moses N.; Chuyong, George B.; Peterson, A. Townsend
Regular paper
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Sainge M.N., Chuyong G.B., Peterson A.T. (2017) Endemism and geographic distribution of African Thismiaceae. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 304–312. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1196

Type analysis of Achnanthidium minutissimum and A. catenatum and description of A. tropicocatenatum sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta), a common species in Brazilian reservoirs – Marquardt, Gisele C.; Costa, Lívia F.; Bicudo, Denise C.; Bicudo, Carlos E. de M.; Blanco, Saúl; Wetzel, Carlos E.; Ector, Luc
Regular paper
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Marquardt G.C., Costa L.F., Bicudo D.C., Bicudo C.E. de M., Blanco S., Wetzel C.E., Ector L. (2017) Type analysis of Achnanthidium minutissimum and A. catenatum and description of A. tropicocatenatum sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta), a common species in Brazilian reservoirs. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 313–330. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1325

New or otherwise interesting desmid taxa from the Bangweulu region (Zambia). 3. Genus Cosmarium (Desmidiales) – Coesel, Peter F.M.; van Geest, Alfred
Regular paper
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Coesel P.F.M., van Geest A. (2017) New or otherwise interesting desmid taxa from the Bangweulu region (Zambia). 3. Genus Cosmarium (Desmidiales). Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 331–342. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1316

Molecular systematics of targeted flat sedges (Cyperus, Cyperaceae) of the Americas – Reid, Christopher S.; Doyle, Vinson P.; Carter, J. Richard; Vargas-Rodriguez, Yalma; Urbatsch, Lowell E.
Regular paper
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Reid C.S., Doyle V.P., Carter J.R., Vargas-Rodriguez Y., Urbatsch L.E. (2017) Molecular systematics of targeted flat sedges (Cyperus, Cyperaceae) of the Americas. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 343–357. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1262

Sclerotium-forming fungi from soils of the Atlantic rainforest of Northeastern Brazil – Sulzbacher, Marcelo A.; Grebenc, Tine; Giachini, Admir J.; Baseia, Iuri G.
Short communication
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Sulzbacher M.A., Grebenc T., Giachini A.J., Baseia I.G. (2017) Sclerotium-forming fungi from soils of the Atlantic rainforest of Northeastern Brazil. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 358–362. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1148

The identity of the obscure Lannea glabrescens (Anacardiaceae) from western central Africa – Breteler, Frans J.
Short communication
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Breteler F.J. (2017) The identity of the obscure Lannea glabrescens (Anacardiaceae) from western central Africa. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 363–366. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1323

Davilla hirsuticarpa (Dilleniaceae), a new species from the Atlantic Forest of Brazil – Fraga, Claudio N.; Aymard, Gerardo; Stehmann, João R.
Short communication
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Fraga C.N., Aymard G., Stehmann J.R. (2017) Davilla hirsuticarpa (Dilleniaceae), a new species from the Atlantic Forest of Brazil. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 367–373. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1326

Floristic and structural vegetation typology of bonobo habitats in a forest-savanna mosaic (Bolobo Territory, D.R.Congo) – Errata – Pennec, Flora
Erratum
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Pennec F. (2017) Floristic and structural vegetation typology of bonobo habitats in a forest-savanna mosaic (Bolobo Territory, D.R.Congo) – Errata. Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 374. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1388

Pierre Compère (1934–2016) – Van de Vijver, Bart
In memoriam
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Van de Vijver B. (2017) Pierre Compère (1934–2016). Plant Ecology and Evolution 150: 375–376. https://doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2017.1382

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