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Tillandsia paraibensis, a new species of Bromeliaceae from Northeastern Brazil
Pontes, Ricardo Ambrósio Soares de;
Rodriguésia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2175-78602012000300006
Abstract: tillandsia paraibensis is described and illustrated as a new species known only from the state of paraíba, brazil. the affinities of this new species to other species and information on its biology are discussed.
Flora da Paraíba, Brasil: Loganiaceae
Nurit, Kiriaki;Agra, Maria de Fátima;Basílio, Ionaldo J.L.D.;Baracho, George Sidney;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062005000200024
Abstract: this work constitutes a taxonomic treatment of the loganiaceae family as part of the project "flora da paraíba", which have been carried out with the objective to identify and catalogue the species of the local flora. the botanical identifications and illustrations were made by morphological studies supported by bibliography, analysis of the types, specimens from herbaria ean, jpb and ipa, and comparison with samples previously identified by specialists, complemented by field observations. four species of loganiaceae belonging two genera were found in state of paraíba: spigelia anthelmia l. that has wide distribution and three species of strychnos, found on remains of atlantic forest, which are s. atlantica krukoff & barneby, s. parvifolia a. dc. and s. trinervis (vell.) mart.
Peixes recifais da costa da Paraíba, Brasil
Rocha, Luiz A.;Rosa, Ierecê L.;Rosa, Ricardo S.;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751998000200017
Abstract: the coral reef is an ecossystem which evokes great interest, for its beaury, species diversity and fisheries potential. the coast of paraíba state, northeast brazil, possesses several natural reefs and shipwrecks which are inhabited by a rich fish fauna. in order to survey the reef fish fauna of paraíba state, a total of 118 dives, utilizing scuba diving techniques, were carriedoutin 27samplingpoints (depths: 0,5-66m), from february/1995 to may/1996. specimens were collected whenever underwater identification was precluded. a total of 157 known species belonging to 59 families were found. four unidentified species, one dasyatid, one haemulid, one scarid, and one labrid were recorded. haemulidae was the most representative family in number of individuais, whereas carangidae was the most speciose family. this paper is part of a broader study of the northeast brazilian reef fishes.
Diversidade da ictiofauna de po?as de maré da praia do Cabo Branco, Jo?o Pessoa, Paraíba, Brasil
Rosa, Ricardo S;Rosa, Ierecê L;Rocha, Luiz A;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751997000100019
Abstract: a survey of the tidal pool fish community was carried out between february/1987 and january/1988, at cabo branco beach, jo?o pessoa, paraíba, brazil. specimens were collected monthly at low tide, using rotenone. a total of 3143 specimens was obtained. the most speciose families were ophichthidae (14% of the total number of species), mugilidae (11%) and muraenidae (9%), and the most representative ones in number of individuais were gobiidae (48%), pomacentridae (13%) and labrisomidae (10%). the main resident species were bathygobius soporator (valenciennes, 1837) and abudefduf saxalilis (linnaeus, 1758). the presence of a large number of juveniles in the pools indicated the importance of the studied sites as nursery áreas for several fish species.
As igrejas barrocas paraibanas, a divis o do espa o urbano e a consolida o da domina o
Carla Mary S. Oliveira
S?culum : Revista de História , 1995,
Abstract: This paper intends to discuss the relationship among the construction of the Baroque conventual churches in the capital of Paraíba Captaincy during the 17th and 18th centuries and the definition of its urban space, including the links between religious power, civil government and military organizations.
O surgimento de uma nova for a social: o sindicalismo cutista
Paulo Giovani Antonio Nunes
S?culum : Revista de História , 1998,
Abstract: O artigo tem como objetivo analisar o surgimento do sindicalismo cutista como nova for a social, a partir de meados dos anos 1970, com ênfase no caso da Paraíba com a cria o da CUT-PB.
A privatiza o do setor elétrico brasileiro: o caso da Paraíba
Flávio Lúcio Rodrigues Vieira
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2011,
Abstract: Este trabalho estuda o processo de privatiza o da Celb (Companhia de Eletrifica o da Borborema) e da Saelpa (Sociedade An nima de Eletrifica o da Paraíba) e a participa o do Estado brasileiro.
Flora da Paraíba, Brasil: Combretaceae
Loiola, Maria Iracema Bezerra;Rocha, Emerson Antonio;Baracho, George Sidney;Agra, Maria de Fátima;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062009000200005
Abstract: this taxonomic treatment of the genus solanum is part of the "flora da paraíba" project which aims to identify and catalogue the species of the local flora. botanical collections, field observations and morphological studies were done for identification, description and botanical illustration of the plant species, also supported by the literature and analysis of brazilian and foreign herbaria, plus specimens from ean and jpb herbaria. twenty two species of solanum were recorded in the state of paraíba: solanum agrarium sendtn., s. americanum mill., s. asperum rich., s. asterophorum mart., s. caavurana vell., s. capsicoides all., s. crinitum lam., s. jabrense agra & m.nee, s. melissarum bohs, s. ovum-fringillae (dunal) bohs, s. palinacanthum dunal, s. paludosum moric., s. paniculatum l., s. paraibanum agra, s. polytrichum moric., s. rhytidoandrum sendtn., solanum sp., s. stagnale moric., s. stipulaceum roem. & schult., s. stramoniifolium jacq., s. swartzianum roem. & schult. and s. torvum sw. three species are new records for paraíba: s. ovum-fringillae, solanum sp. and s. swartzianum.
Recruitment and colonization of colonial ascidians (Tunicata: Ascidiacea) on intertidal rocks in Northeastern Brazil
Gama, Petr?nio Bezerra;Leonel, Rosa M. V.;Hernández, Malva I. M.;Mothes, Beatriz;
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0073-47212006000200005
Abstract: recruitment and colonization of colonial ascidians, starting on natural scraped substratum, was observed throughout one year, in quadrats marked on sea- and continental-rock faces in the sublittoral fringe of an exposed beach in the northeast of brazil. the species of the didemnidae, didemnum duplicatum monniot, 1983, d. psammathodes sluiter, 1895, and polysyncraton amethysteum van name, 1902, and an unidentified species of polycitoridae, eudistoma sp. 1, were recruited. presenting continuous recruitment of all species, the density of living and dead recruits and colonies was similar on both faces of the rocks. the highest rainfall during winter, affected significantly the recruits density of d. duplicatum and d. psammathodes. different permanence periods were observed for colonies of each species. the longest permanence periods were assigned to the colonies of p. amethysteum and d. psammathodes, extending up to four and five months, respectively.
A random sample survey of bovine Brucellosis in the State of Paraíba, Brazil
Leite, Ricardo de Miranda Henriques;Thompson, James Alan;Gon?alves, Vítor Salvador Pic?o;Leite, R?mulo Cerqueira;Bandeira, Dimas A.;Lage, Andrey Pereira;
Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-95962003000900002
Abstract: a serosurvey was conducted to estimate the prevalence of bovine brucellosis in the state of paraíba, brazil. a random sample of six municipalities was selected from each of three ecoregions of the state: the agreste/litoral region (1), the cariri/curimatau region (2) and the sert?o region (3). these 18 municipalities were divided in quadrants and one herd was selected at random from each quadrant. the sampling scheme included herds with more than 50 bovines, which excludes small-holder subsistence livestock production. at least 32 animals were sampled within each herd, stratified in four age categories, as follows: (1) at least 8 animals under 6 months of age, (2) at least 8 animals of 7 to 18 months of age, (3) at least 8 animals of 19 to 30 months of age and (4) at least 8 animals over 30 months of age. antibodies to brucella abortus were observed in 8 out of 18 municipalities (44.44%),in 8 out of 72 herds included in this study (11.11%) and in 8 animals out of 2343 samples collected (0.34%). the prevalence of test positive cattle by ecoregion/cattle production regions in the state showed no significant differences of risk among them. likewise, there was no significant difference of risk among the different age categories studied. it was observed that brucellosis is widely spread across the state albeit with low animal prevalence. these results may be used in the design of a strategy for controlling bovine brucellosis in the state of paraíba.
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