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Fungal and Plant Diversity of CentralFrenchGuiana
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Publications Resulting from the ORSTOM/NYBG Project in
Central French Guiana

Scott A. Mori

See also "New Taxa from Central French Guiana" for papers in which new species based on collections gathered as part of the project are described.

Berkov, A. 1999. Host utilization of the Brazil nut family (Lecythidaceae) by sympatric wood-boring species of Palame (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Acanthocinini). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 67: 181-198.

Berkov, A., B. Meurer-Grimes & K. L. Purzycki. 2000. Do Lecythidaceae specialists (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) shun fetid tree species? Biotropica 32(3): 440-451.

Buck, W. R. 2003. Guide to the plants of central French Guiana. Part 3. Mosses. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 76(3): 1-167

Cremers, G., C. Feuillet, C. A. Gracie, J.-J. de Granville, M. Hoff & S. A. Mori. 1994. Liste des phanérogames et des ptéridophytes de la région de Saül, Guyane Française. Pp. 89-104 in H. L. Raymond (ed.). Forêt Guyanaise: Gestion de l'écosysteme forestier et aménagement de l'espace régional. Nature Guyanaise, Cayenne.

Delprete, P. G. & B. M. Boom. 1999. Coussarea granvillei (Rubiaceae, Coussareeae), a new species from French Guiana. Brittonia 51(4): 403-406.

Enroth, J. 1996. Porothamnium frahmii (Neckeraceae, Musci), a new species from Colombia and Peru, and P. stipitatum new for the neotropics. J. Bryol. 19: 33-38.

Gill, G. E., R. T. Fowler & S. A. Mori. 1998. Pollination biology of Symphonia globulifera (Clusiaceae) in central French Guiana. Biotropica 39(1): 139-144.

Gracie, C. 1991. Observation of dual function of nectaries in Ruellia radicans (Nees) Lindau (Acanthaceae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club. 118: 188-190.

Gracie, C. 1993. Pollination of Cyphomandra endopogon var. endopogon (Solanaceae) by Eufriesea spp. (Euglossini) in French Guiana. Brittonia 45: 39-46.

Hecklau, E. F., S. A. Mori & J. L. Brown. 2005. Specific epithets of the flowering plants of central French Guiana . Brittonia 57(1): 68-87.

Hoff, M., G. Cremers, C. Feuillet & J.-J. de Granville. 1989. La banque de donnés "Aublet" de l'herbier du Centre ORSTOM de Cayenne (CAY). Bull. Jard. Bot. Nat. Belg. Bull. Nat. Plantentuin Belg. 59: 171-178.

Huhndorf, S. 1997. A preliminary survey of the loculoascomycetes and pyrenomycetes of Saül, French Guiana. Pp. 327-339 in K. D. Hyde (ed.). Biodiversity of Tropical Microfungi. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Kincaid, D. T., P. J. Anderson & S. A. Mori. 1998. Leaf variation in a tree of Pourouma tomentosa (Cecropiaceae) in French Guiana. Brittonia 50(3): 324-338.

Lindeman, J. C. & S. A. Mori. 1989. The Guianas. Pp. 375-390 in D. G. Campbell & H. D. Hammond (eds.). Floristic Inventory of Tropical Countries. The New York Botanical Garden, New York.

Lobova, T. A. & S. A. Mori. 2004. Epizoochorous dispersal by bats in French Guiana . J. Trop. Ecol. 20: 581-582.

Lobova, T. A., S.A. Mori, F. Blanchard, H. Peckham & P. Charles-Dominique. 2003. Cecropia as a food resource for bats in French Guiana and the significance of fruit structure in seed dispersal and longevity. Amer. J. Bot. 90(3): 388-403.

McCarthy, T. J., P. Robertson, & J. Mitchell. 1988. The occurrence of Tonatia schulzi (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) in French Guiana with comments on the female genitalia. Mammalia 52: 583-584.

Mori, S. A. 1988. Botanical diversity and discovery in French Guiana. The New York Botanical Garden Member's Newsletter 21(2): 4.

_______. 1989. Diversity of Lecythidaceae in the Guianas. Pp. 319-332 in L. B. Holm-Nielsen, I. C. Nielsen & H. Balslev (eds.) Tropical Forests: Botanical Dynamics, Speciation and Diversity. Academic Press, New York.

_______. 1991. The Guayana lowland floristic province. C. R. Soc. Biogéogr. 67(2): 67-75.

_______. 1994. The flora of Saül. Pp. 79-87 in Forêt Guyanaise: gestion de forestier et aménagement de l'espace régional. Nature Guyanaise, Cayenne.

_______. 1995. Exploring for plant diversity in the canopy of a French Guianan forest. Selbyana 16(1): 94-98.

_______. 1998. Perfumes from flowers. FieldNotes Summer 1998.

_______. 1999-2000 (Winter). Bats and conservation. Garden News. Page 9.

_______. 1999. Saül, le laboratoire de l'éco-tourisme. Le Pou d'Agouti 25: 29-31.

_______ & J. L. Brown. 1994. Report on wind dispersal in a lowland moist forest in central French Guiana. Brittonia 46(2): 105-125.

_______ & J. L. Brown. 1998. Epizoochorous dispersal by barbs, hooks, and spines in a lowland moist forest in central French Guiana. Brittonia 50(2): 165-173.

_______ & collaborators. 1987. The Lecythidaceae of a lowland Neotropical forest. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 44: 1-190.

_______, G. Cremers, C. Gracie, J.-J. de Granville, M. Hoff & J. D. Mitchell. 1997. Guide to the vascular plants of central French Guiana. Part 1. Pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and monocotyledons. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 76(1): 1-422.

_______, G. Cremers, C. Gracie, J.-J. de Granville, S. V. Heald & J. D. Mitchell. In review. Guide to the vascular plants of central French Guiana. Part 2. Dicotyledons. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 76(2).

_______ & C. A. Gracie. 1998. The discovery of new plant taxa in central French Guiana. Pp. 287-307 in P. Mathew & M. Sivadasan (eds.). Diversity and Taxonomy of Tropical Flowering Plants. Mentor Books, Calicut.

_______, C. A. Gracie, E. F. Hecklau, T. A. Lobova, A. Berkov & J.-J. de Granville. 2005 Documenting plant diversity in central French Guiana : The first step toward understanding biocomplexity. Biol. Skr. 55: 11-24.

_______, C. A. Gracie & J. D. Mitchell. 1998. Écotourisme et protection du patrimoine naturel dans le centre de la Guyane Française. JATBA, Revue d'Ethnobiologie 40(1-2): 299-310.

_______ & J.-J. de Granville. 1997. Saül region: French Guiana. Pp. 316-318 in S. D. Davis, V. H. Heywood, O. Herrera-MacBryde, J. Villa-Lobos & A. C. Hamilton (eds.). Centres of Plant Diversity: A Guide and Strategy for their Conservation. Volume 3: The Americas. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and IUCN - The World Conservation Union.

_______ & J. J. Pipoly. 1984. Observations on the big bang flowering of Miconia minutiflora (Melastsomataceae). Brittonia 36: 337-341.

_______ & G. T. Prance. 1992[1993]. 53. Lecythidaceae. Pp. 1-144 in A. R. A. Görts-van Rijn (ed.). Flora of the Guianas. Koeltz Scientific Books. Champaign/Konigstein.

Simmons, N. B., R. S. Voss & H. C. Peckham. 2000. The bat fauna of the Saül region, French Guiana. Acta Chiropterologica 2(1): 23-36.

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