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      Myxomycetes de Floresta Atlântica: novas referências de Trichiales, Liceales e Stemonitales para o Estado da Paraíba, Nordeste do Brasil

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          A pesquisa da mixobiota da Área de Preservação Permanente Mata do Pau Ferro - APPMPF (6º58'12"S e 35º42'15"W, 400-650 m de altitude, 600 ha), enclave de Floresta Atlântica situado no semi-árido paraibano, permitiu que fossem efetuados 11 novos registros de Myxomycetes para o Estado da Paraíba: Cribraria mirabilis (Cribrariaceae); Licea biforis (Liceaceae); Dictydiaethalium plumbeum,Lycogala exiguum (Reticulariaceae); Macbrideola scintillans,Stemonaria longa, Stemonitis axifera,S. smithii (Stemonitaceae); Metatrichia floriformis,Perichaena chrysosperma, Trichia affinis (Trichiaceae). M. scintillans está sendo assinalada pela primeira vez para o Brasil e M. floriformis para a Região Nordeste. São fornecidas, para cada espécie, descrições baseadas no material coletado na APPMPF e a distribuição geográfica no Brasil é indicada com base na literatura.

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          A study of the myxomycete biota of Mata do Pau Ferro Permanent Preservation Area (Área de Preservação Permanente Mata do Pau Ferro - APPMPF) (6º58'12''S; 35º42'15''W, 400-650 m alt., 600 ha), an Atlantic Forest fragment located in the semi-arid region of Paraíba, was carried out. Eleven new records of myxomycetes for this state were recorded: Cribraria mirabilis (Cribrariaceae); Licea biforis (Liceaceae); Dictydiaethalium plumbeum,Lycogala exiguum (Reticulariaceae); Macbrideola scintillans,Stemonaria longa, Stemonitis axifera,S. smithii (Stemonitaceae); Metatrichia floriformis,Perichaena chrysosperma, Trichia affinis (Trichiaceae). M. scintillans is reported for the first time in Brazil, and M. floriformis, in the northeastern region. Descriptions based on the material collected in the APPMPF are given for each species and their geographic distribution in Brazil is indicated according to the literature.

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                Acta Botanica Brasilica
                Acta Bot. Bras.
                Sociedade Botânica do Brasil (Alta Floresta, MT, Brazil )
                0102-3306
                1677-941X
                June 2009
                : 23
                : 2
                : 313-322
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                Recife PE orgnameUniversidade Federal de Pernambuco orgdiv1Departamento de Botânica orgdiv2Laboratório de Myxomycetes Brasil
                orgnameUniversidade Federal de Pernambuco orgdiv1Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia de Fungos orgdiv2Departamento de Micologia
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                S0102-33062009000200003 S0102-3306(09)02300203

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