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Título: An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
Autor(es): SLIK, J. W. FERRY
ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ, VÍCTOR
AIBA, SHIN-ICHIRO
ALVAREZ-LOAYZA, PATRICIA
ALVES, LUCIANA F.
ASHTON, PETER
BALVANERA, PATRICIA
BASTIAN, MEREDITH L.
BELLINGHAM, PETER J.
VAN DEN BERG, EDUARDO
BERNACCI, LUIS
DA CONCEIÇÃO BISPO, POLYANNA
Blanc, Lilian
BÖHNING-GAESE, KATRIN
BOECKX, PASCAL
BONGERS, FRANS
BOYLE, BRAD
BRADFORD, MATT
BREARLEY, FRANCIS Q.
BREUER-NDOUNDOU HOCKEMBA, MIREILLE
BUNYAVEJCHEWIN, SARAYUDH
CALDERADO LEAL MATOS, DARLEY
CASTILLO-SANTIAGO, MIGUEL
CATHARINO, EDUARDO L. M.
CHAI, SHAUNA-LEE
CHEN, YUKAI
COLWELL, ROBERT K.
ROBIN, CHAZDON L.
CLARK, CONNIE
CLARK, DAVID B.
CLARK, DEBORAH A.
CULMSEE, HEIKE
DAMAS, KIPIRO
DATTARAJA, HANDANAKERE S.
DAUBY, GILLES
DAVIDAR, PRIYA
DEWALT, SAARA J.
DOUCET, JEAN-LOUIS
DUQUE, ALVARO
DURIGAN, GISELDA
EICHHORN, KARL A. O.
EISENLOHR, PEDRO V.
ELER, EDUARDO
EWANGO, CORNEILLE
FARWIG, NINA
FEELEY, KENNETH J.
FERREIRA, LEANDRO
FIELD, RICHARD
DE OLIVEIRA FILHO, ARY T.
FLETCHER, CHRISTINE
FORSHED, OLLE
FRANCO, GERALDO
FREDRIKSSON, GABRIELLA
GILLESPIE, THOMAS
GILLET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS
AMARNATH, GIRIRAJ
GRIFFITH, DANIEL M.
GROGAN, JAMES
GUNATILLEKE, NIMAL
HARRIS, DAVID
HARRISON, RHETT
HECTOR, ANDY
HOMEIER, JÜRGEN
IMAI, NOBUO
ITOH, AKIRA
JANSEN, PATRICK A.
JOLY, CARLOS A.
DE JONG, BERNARDUS H. J.
KARTAWINATA, KUSWATA
KEARSLEY, ELIZABETH
KELLY, DANIEL L.
KENFACK, DAVID
KESSLER, MICHAEL
KITAYAMA, KANEHIRO
KOOYMAN, ROBERT
LARNEY, EILEEN
LAUMONIER, YVES
LAURANCE, SUSAN
LAURANCE, WILLIAM F.
LAWES, MICHAEL J.
Iêda Leão do Amaral
LETCHER, SUSAN G.
LINDSELL, JEREMY
LU, XINGHUI
MANSOR, ASYRAF
MARJOKORPI, ANTTI
MARTIN, EMANUEL H.
MEILBY, HENRIK
MELO, FELIPE P. L.
METCALFE, DANIEL J.
MEDJIBE, VINCENT P.
METZGER, JEAN PAUL
MILLET, JEROME
MOHANDASS, D.
MONTERO, JUAN C.
DE MORISSON VALERIANO, MÁRCIO
MUGERWA, BADRU
NAGAMASU, HIDETOSHI
NILUS, REUBEN
OCHOA-GAONA, SUSANA
ONRIZAL
PAGE, NAVENDU
PAROLIN, PIA
PARREN, MARC
PARTHASARATHY, NARAYANASWAMY
PAUDEL, EKANANDA
PERMANA, ANDREA
PIEDADE, MARIA T. F.
PITMAN, NIGEL C. A.
POORTER, LOURENS
POULSEN, AXEL D.
POULSEN, JOHN
POWERS, JENNIFER
PRASAD, RAMA C.
PUYRAVAUD, JEAN-PHILIPPE
RAZAFIMAHAIMODISON, JEAN-CLAUDE
REITSMA, JAN
DOS SANTOS, JOÃO ROBERTO
ROBERTO SPIRONELLO, WILSON
ROMERO-SALTOS, HUGO
ROVERO, FRANCESCO
ROZAK, ANDES HAMURABY
RUOKOLAINEN, KALLE
RUTISHAUSER, ERVAN
SAITER, FELIPE
SANER, PHILIPPE
SANTOS, BRAULIO A.
SANTOS, FERNANDA
SARKER, SWAPAN K.
SATDICHANH, MANICHANH
SCHMITT, CHRISTINE B.
SCHÖNGART, JOCHEN
SCHULZE, MARK
SUGANUMA, MARCIO S.
SHEIL, DOUGLAS
DA SILVA PINHEIRO, EDUARDO
SIST, PLINIO
STEVART, TARIQ
SUKUMAR, RAMAN
SUN, I.-FANG
SUNDERAND, TERRY
SURESH, H. S.
SUZUKI, EIZI
TABARELLI, MARCELO
TANG, JANGWEI
TARGHETTA, NATÁLIA
THEILADE, IDA
THOMAS, DUNCAN W.
TCHOUTO, PEGUY
HURTADO, JOHANNA
VALENCIA, RENATO
VAN VALKENBURG, JOHAN L. C. H.
VAN DO, TRAN
VASQUEZ, RODOLFO
VERBEECK, HANS
ADEKUNLE, VICTOR
VIEIRA, SIMONE A.
WEBB, CAMPBELL O.
WHITFELD, TIMOTHY
WICH, SERGE A.
WILLIAMS, JOHN
WITTMANN, FLORIAN
WÖLL, HANNSJOERG
YANG, XIAOBO
ADOU YAO, C. YVES
YAP, SANDRA L.
YONEDA, TSUYOSHI
ZAHAWI, RAKAN A.
ZAKARIA, RAHMAD
ZANG, RUNGUO
DE ASSIS, RAFAEL L.
GARCIA LUIZE, BRUNO
VENTICINQUE, EDUARDO M.
Assunto: diversity estimation
Fisher s log series
pantropical
ISSN: 0027-8424
Revista: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Volume: 112
Resumo: The high species richness of tropical forests has long been recognized, yet there remains substantial uncertainty regarding the actual number of tropical tree species. Using a pantropical tree inventory database from closed canopy forests, consisting of 657,630 trees belonging to 11,371 species, we use a fitted value of Fisher's alpha and an approximate pantropical stem total to estimate the minimum number of tropical forest tree species to fall between similar to 40,000 and similar to 53,000, i.e., at the high end of previous estimates. Contrary to common assumption, the Indo-Pacific region was found to be as species-rich as the Neotropics, with both regions having a minimum of similar to 19,000-25,000 tree species. Continental Africa is relatively depauperate with a minimum of similar to 4,500-6,000 tree species. Very few species are shared among the African, American, and the Indo-Pacific regions. We provide a methodological framework for estimating species richness in trees that may help refine species richness estimates of tree-dependent taxa.
URI: http://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/123/2425
ISSN: 0027-8424
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1423147112
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