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Ana C.S. Gomes, Ana Andrade, Juan S. Barreto-Silva, Tania Brenes-Arguedas, Dairon C. López, Camila C. de Freitas, Carla Lang, Alexandre A. de Oliveira, Alvaro J. Pérez, Rolando Perez, João B. da Silva, Alexandra M.F. Silveira, Marcel C. Vaz, Juliana Vendrami and Alberto Vicentini Local plant species delimitation in a highly diverse Amazonian forest: do we all see the same species? Journal of Vegetation Science 24

Article first published online: 2 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01441.x

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Poor taxonomic knowledge, lack of tools and high diversity limit our ability to recognize plant species in Amazon forest plot inventories. While the identification of species is a well-known problem, the delimitation of local species is considered unproblematic. We show that local species delimitation is also prone to large uncertainties, and that botanical experience may not reduce them.

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