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References

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  • Ballesteros, J., Reyes, K., & Racero, J. (2009). Estructura poblacional y etología de Bradypus variegatus en fragmento de bosque seco tropical, Córdoba-Colombia. Revista MV Córdoba, 14(3), 1812-1819.]
  • Butterfield, R. P. (1996). Early species selection for tropical reforestation: a consideration of stability. Forest Ecology and Management, 81(1), 161-168.
  • Calderon, A. I., Angerhofer, C. K., Pezzuto, J. M., Farnsworth, N. R., Foster, R., Condit, R., Mahabir P. Gupta, and & Soejarto, D. D. (2000). Forest plot as a tool to demonstrate the pharmaceutical potential of plants in a tropical forest of Panama. Economic botany, 54(3), 278-294.
  • Cascante, A. Bombacaceae. In: Hammel, B.E.; Zamora, N. y Grayum, M.H. (eds.). Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica. Missouri Bot. Gard. Press, St. Louis & Inst. Nac. de Biodiversidad, Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica (en preparación).
  • Condit, R, Perez, and Daguerre N. (2011) Trees of Panama and Costa Rica; Princeton field guides;
  • Croat, T. B. (1978). Flora of Barro Colorado Island. Stanford University Press.
  • Devall, M. S., Parresol, B. R., & Wright, S. J. (1995). Dendroecological analysis of Cordia alliodora, Pseudobombax septenatum and Annona spraguei in central Panama. Iawa Journal, 16(4), 411-424.
  • Gargiullo M.B., Magnuson B., Kimball L. (2008). A Field Guide to Plants of Costa Rica. A zona tropical publication.
  • Happel, R. (1983). Saimiri as a probable pollinator of Passiflora. Saimiri como un probable polinizador de Passiflora. Brenesia., (21), 455-464.
  • Isolectotype: Robyns, A. 1963. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat. Brux. 33: 36.; Seemann, B. C. 1852-1857. Bot. Voy. Herald. 83.; Type collection: Robyns, A. 1963. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat. Brux. 33: 36.; Seemann, B. C. 1852-1857. Bot. Voy. Herald. 83.; Isoneotype: Robyns, A. 1963. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat. Brux. 33: 35.; Jacquin, N. J. von. 1760. Enum. Syst. Pl. 26.; : Robyns, A. 1963. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat. Brux. 33: 35.; Jacquin, N. J. von. 1760. Enum. Syst. Pl. 26.
  • Isotype: Pittier, H. F. 1923. Arb. Arbust. Venez. 2-3: 32.
  • Johnson, L.K. (1983). Brentus anchorago. In: Janzen, D. H. Costa Rican natural history. University of Chicago Press.
  • Lobo, J. A., Quesada, M., Stoner, K. E., Fuchs, E. J., Herrerías-Diego, Y., Rojas, J., & Saborío, G. (2003). Factors affecting phenological patterns of bombacaceous trees in seasonal forests in Costa Rica and Mexico. American Journal of Botany, 90(7), 1054-1063.
  • Machado, J. L., & Tyree, M. T. (1994). Patterns of hydraulic architecture and water relations of two tropical canopy trees with contrasting leaf phenologies: Ochroma pyramidale and Pseudobombax septenatum. Tree physiology, 14(3), 219-240.
  • Quesada-Quesada F.J., Jimenez-Madrigal Q. Zamora-Villalobos N., Aguilar-Fernandez R., Gonzalez-Ramirez J. (1997). Arboles de la Península de Osa.
  • Smith, A. R., Lope Quintero, I. J., Moreno Patino, J. E., Roubik, D. W., & Wcislo, W. T. (2012). Pollen use by Megalopta sweat bees in relation to resource availability in a tropical forest. Ecological Entomology, 37(4), 309-317.

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