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A Comparison of Two Sampling Strategies to Assess Discomycete Diversity in Wet Tropical Forests

Most of the fungal diversity studies that have used a systematic collecting scheme have not included the discomycetes, so optimal sampling methods are not available for this group. In this study, I tested two sampling methods at each sites in the Caribbean National Forest, Puerto Rico and Ebano Verde Reserve, Dominican Republic. For a plot-based sampling method, 10 10 m plots were established and divided into one hundred 1 1 m subplots. For each sample, 12 subplots were selected at random with replacement. For a transect-based sampling method, 60 m long transects were established with twelve 1 1 m subplots randomly placed on either side of the transect line at 5 m intervals at the beginning of the study. The study was conducted from October 2001 to September 2002. For Puerto Rico, 46 and 51 morpho-species were identified in the transects and plots, respectively. There was a 32% overlap (68% complementarity) between sites. The Sorensen Similarity Coefficient between sites was 0.50 for both methods, and 0.55-0.63 between methods within sites. For the Dominican Republic, 25 and 26 morpho-species were identified in the transects and plots, respectively. There was a 24-31% overlap (69-76% complementarity) between sites. The Sørensen Similarity Coefficient between sites was 0.40-0.47 for transects and plots, respectively, and 0.40-0.70 between methods within sites. The species accumulation curve indicates that the minimum number of subplots needed is 10 per transect and 60-70 per plot to obtain between 70-80% of the species. In terms of sampling effort, I concluded that at least 12 samples distributed throughout a year but with shorter intervals during the rainy season are needed. There was no difference between using transects or plots based on the number of species and similarity indexes. Based on a Chi-Square analysis using the frequencies of species, however, transects were better that plots because the distribution of species is more homogeneous.
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¿A desalambrar! ¿a desalambrar! : esta tierra es de nosotros

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A Ezequiel Lugo Morales / Angel [García Troche]

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A Flood damage reduction project for Río Niguas at Salinas, Puerto Rico Communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army Department of the Army. -- Washington, D.C. : US Printing Office, 1999. 417p : ilus. mapas.

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A Julia de Burgos (poema)

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A la lucha (poema) / Marina Arzola

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A little miss in the land of little women : Louisa May Alcott and Jamaica Kincaid

It should have come as no surprise that there's a very strong narrative voice in literature today thet pays tribute to Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women. And like Louisa May Alcott, Jamaica Kincaid is a true daughter of Charlotte Brontë. This paper looks at the ways in which Alcott's text provides the backgroound against which Kincaid, in the novel Lucy, tests the cultural authority of the United States in terms of gender - the issues being the domestication of the 'savage' girl child and the primary role the mother plays in her life. But does this mean that Jamaica Kincaid has forfeited her identity as part of the Caribbean literary tradition?
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A mi me gustan la uva y el maguey (poema)

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A new breeding population of oxyura jamaicensis (ruddy duck) on St. Martin, Lesser Antilles

Ruddy Ducks, Oxyura jamaicensis, are expanding their range southward from the Greater Antilles and the Bahamas into the Lesser Antilles. Breeding of this species has now occurred on multiple islands in the Lesser Antilles. During wetland surveys on St. Martin in January 2001, a large group of over 250 Ruddy Ducks were observed in Fresh Pond and an additional three were observed at Little Bay Pond. Surveys during the winter months of 2002, revealed a single breeding pair with 5 duckling in Fresh Pond. Surveys during the winter months of 2003 revealed multiple breeding pairs of this species in both Fresh Pond as well as in Little Bay Pond. This species, numbering over 500, is now a year-round resident and breeder on St. Martin.
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A new ctenotrachelus and notes about other species in the genus : (heteroptera: reduviidae: stenopodainae)

Part of Barber4s Ctenotrachelus acutus, C. infuscatus, C. shermani, C. striatus, and C. testaceous are illustrated; C. minor Barber is redescribed and C. acarinatus n. sp. from Surinam is described. A key to the species of Ctenotrachelus having a row of small setigerous tubercles along the lateral margins of the pronotum is provided.
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