A. Martins

A. Martins
Technical University of Lisbon | UTL

PhD student

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Introduction
A. Martins currently works at Technical University of Lisbon. A. does research in Systematics (Taxonomy), Botany and Ecology. Their most recent publication is 'New national and regional bryophyte records, 52'.
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Campylopus introflexus es una especie de musgo acrocárpico nativa del hemisferio sur, pero que ha sido introducida en numerosas zonas del hemisferio norte donde actúa como invasora. En este artículo se analiza la presencia de esta especie en Tenerife (Islas Canarias, España) así como el marco temporal de su historia de invasión.
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Introduction Recent bryological research in Portugal has revealed the occurrence of a little-known segregate of the Riccia sorocarpa group, representing the first record for mainland Portugal and the Azores of Riccia sorocarpa Bisch. subsp. erythrophora R.M.Schust. ex Konstant. & L.Söderstr. New data are presented on the taxonomy and phytogeography...
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Former phylogenetic evidence for the genus Exormotheca revealed the existence of a distinct and monophyletic clade restricted to the oceanic archipelago of Cape Verde. During the fieldwork carried out in Cape Verde between 2016 and 2019, we found distinctive populations of Exormotheca. In this study, we aim to investigate the Exormotheca pustulosa...
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An overview of 27 sites of botanical interest in mainland Portugal.
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Biodiversity varies with elevation and is affected by disturbances. However, little is known about how the associations between the diversities of different bryophyte and macrolichen functional-taxonomic groups are altered along elevational gradients and by disturbances. Knowledge on the associations between these functional-taxonomic groups might...
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Introduction The Cape Verdean bryophyte flora comprises representatives of various floristic elements including Afrotropical, Neotropical, Mediterranean and Asiatic elements, together with some endemic taxa. However, the knowledge of Cape Verdean bryophytes lags far behind that of vascular plants. Methods A total of seven sites were sampled during...
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The 'Rand flora' is a biogeographical disjunction which refers to plant lineages occurring at the margins of the African continent and neighbouring oceanic archipelagos. Here, we tested whether the phylogeographical pattern of Exormotheca pustulosa Mitt. was the result of vicariance induced by past climatic changes or the outcome of a series of rec...
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This Red List is a summary of the conservation status of the European species of mosses, liverworts and hornworts, collectively known as bryophytes, evaluated according to IUCN’s Guidelines for Application of IUCN Red List Criteria at Regional Level. It provides the first comprehensive, region-wide assessment of bryophytes and it identifies those s...
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The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level – in order that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This publication is a summary of the conservation status of...
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This dataset includes species lists of bryophytes and macrolichens (presence/absence) sampled on the forest floor and on trees in disturbed and undisturbed plots along elevation gradients in the laurel forests of Madeira island. It also contains species specific information (bryophytes: red list status, endemic status, taxonomic group, life strateg...
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Studies on bryophyte and lichen diversity patterns along elevational gradients are scarce, although this approach can serve as space‐for‐time substitution to predict diversity changes because of climate warming. Therefore, we investigated bryophytes and macrolichens in disturbed and undisturbed stands along an elevational gradient in the unique lau...
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Campylopus introflexus, listed as one of the 100 worst alien taxa in Europe, is an example of a recent introduction in this region. It became an invasive species in Portugal only twenty years ago, but is now known from more than 200 localities, where it occupies extensive areas and numerous microhabitats. Several studies have highlighted the method...
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Ellis L.T., Bednarek-Ochyra H., Ochyra R., Cykowska B., Dulin M.V., Ezer T., Kara R., Flores J.R., Suárez G.M., Garcia C., Martins A., Sérgio C., Garilleti R., Kirmaci M., Agcagil E., Kurbatova L.E., Lebouvier M., Papp B., Szurdoki E., Philippov D.A., Plášek V., Pócs T., Sabovljević M., Sawicki J., Sim-Sim M., Szücs P., Bidló A., Váňa J., Vigalondo...
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Several recent studies have reported temporal trends in metal contamination in mosses, but such assessments did not evaluate uncertainty in temporal changes, therefore providing weak statistical support for time comparisons. Furthermore, levels of contaminants in the environment change in both space and time, requiring space-time modelling methods...
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33 contributors report on 21 bryophyte species, collected in Europe, SW Asia, Africa, South America, on islands in Subantarctic and in South Indian Ocean. There are interesting records from Turkey (Crossidium aberrans, Zygodon catarinoi), Portugal (Schistidium strictum), Serbia (Ditrichum lineare), Ukraine (Dichelyma capillaceum), and from other co...

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