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ROMANIUC NETO, Sergio et al. Floristic, phytosociological and phenology of climbers riparian of "Fazenda Campininha", Mogi Guaçu, São Paulo State, Brazil. Hoehnea [online]. 2012, vol.39, n.1, pp.145-155. ISSN 2236-8906. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S2236-89062012000100009.
This study aimed to inventory component of climbing plants by studying floristic, phytosociological and phenology on a stretch of riparian vegetation of the Estação Ecológica of Fazenda Campininha, Mogi Guaçu, São Paulo State, Brazil (22º10'43"-22º18'19"S e 47º08'05"-47º11'34" W). In a floristic study were collected from 89 species belonging to 54 genera within 25 families. The quantitative study sampled 43 species with the highest values of importance to Adenocalymma bracteatum, Forsteronia australis and Banisteriopsis nummifera. The woody climbers accounted for 65.1% of total species and herbaceous plants, 34.8%, both with fruit senescence in the middle of the dry season (June). Adaptation twining was the most frequent, occurring in 42.7% of the species. The choice of sample area and the inclusion diameter >0,2 cm above the soil were important to indicate that although the sample size was reduced significantly to show the diversity of species (H' = 2.72 nats ind-1) and can be used in the indication of disturbed or preserved areas.
Keywords : lianas; Mogi Guaçu; riparian forest.