Jueves, 24 de abril de 2014
Cinaruco

Autor: STERGIOS D,Basil

Campsiandra felipeana, a new species from the lower Cinaruco River drainage in the state of Apure, Venezuela is described and illustrated. It is primarily confined to the semiblack-water Cinaruco-Capanaparo watersheds of the aeolian llanura, and shows affinities to black-water Amazonian species of the genus. It is most closely related to C. emonensis, C. nutans and C. aymardii of the Venezuelan Guayana region of black-water or semiblack-water habitats. Relationships to these species and their habitats are discussed.

Autor: STERGIOS D,Basil

Campsiandra felipeana, a new species from the lower Cinaruco River drainage in the state of Apure, Venezuela is described and illustrated. It is primarily confined to the semiblack-water Cinaruco-Capanaparo watersheds of the aeolian llanura, and shows affinities to black-water Amazonian species of the genus. It is most closely related to C. emonensis, C. nutans and C. aymardii of the Venezuelan Guayana region of black-water or semiblack-water habitats. Relationships to these species and their habitats are discussed.