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               author = "Slik, J. W. Ferry and Arroyo-Rodr{\'{\i}}guez, V{\'{\i}}ctor 
                         and Aibac, Shin-Ichiro and Alvarez-Loayzad, Patricia and Alvese, 
                         Luciana F. and Ashton, Peter and Balvanera, Patricia and Bastiang, 
                         Meredith L. and Bellingham, Peter J. and Bergi, Eduardo van den 
                         and Bernaccie, Luis and Bispo, Polyanna da Concei{\c{c}}{\~a}o 
                         and Blanck, Lilian and B{\"o}hning-Gaesel, Katrin and Boeckx, 
                         Pascal and Bongers, Frans and Boyle, Brad and Bradford, Matt and 
                         Brearley, Francis Q. and Hockemba, Mireille Breuer-Ndoundou and 
                         Bunyavejchewin, Sarayudh and Matos, Darley Calderado Leal and 
                         Castillo-Santiago, Miguel and Catharino, Eduardo L. M. and Chai, 
                         Shauna-Lee and Chen, Yukai and Colwell, Robert K. and Chazdon, 
                         Robin L. and Clark, Connie and Clark, David B. and Clark, Deborah 
                         A. and Culmsee, Heike and Damas, Kipiro and Dattaraja, Handanakere 
                         S. and Dauby, Gilles and Davidar, Priya and DeWalt, Saara J. and 
                         Doucet, Jean-Louis and Duque, Alvaro and Durigan, Giselda and 
                         Eichhorn, Karl A. O. and Eisenlohrll, Pedro V. and Eler, Eduardo 
                         and Ewangor, Corneille and Farwig, Nina and Feeleyo, Kenneth J. 
                         and Ferreirat, Leandro and Field, Richard and Oliveira Filho, Ary 
                         T. de and Fletcher, Christine and Forshed, Olle and Franco, 
                         Geraldo and Fredriksson, Gabriella and Gillespie, Thomas and 
                         Gillet, Jean-Fran{\c{c}}ois and Amarnath, Giriaj and Griffith, 
                         Daniel M. and Grogan, James and Gunatilleke, Nimal and Harris, 
                         David and Harrison, Rhett and Hector, Andy and Homeier, 
                         J{\"u}rgen and Imai, Nabuo and Itoh, Akira and Jansenn, Patrick 
                         A. and Joly, Carlos A. and Jongu, Bernardus H. J. de and 
                         Kartawinata, Kuswata and Kearsley, Elizabeth and Kelly, Daniel L. 
                         and Kenfack, David and Kessler, Michael and Kitayama, Kanehiro and 
                         Kooyman, Robert and Larney, Eileen and Laumonier, Yves and 
                         Laurance, Susan and Laurance, William F. and Lawes, Michael J. and 
                         Amaral, Ieda Le{\~a}o do and G., Letcher Susan and Lindsell, 
                         Jeremy and Lu, Xinghui and Mansor, Asyraf and Marjokorpi, Antti 
                         and Martin, Emanuel H. and Meilby, Henrik and Melo, Felipe P. L. 
                         and Metcalfe, Daniel J. and Medjibed, Vincent P. and Metzger, Jean 
                         Paul and Millet, Jerome and Mohandass, D. and Montero, Juan C. and 
                         Valeriano, M{\'a}rcio de Morisson and Mugerwa, Badru and 
                         Nagamasu, Hidetoshi and Nilus, Reuben and Ochoa-Gaona, Susana and 
                         Page, Navendu and Parolin, Pia and Parre, Marc and Parthasarathy, 
                         Narayanaswamy and Paudel, Ekananda and Permana, Andrea and 
                         Piedade, Maria T. F. and Pitman, Nigel C. A. and Poorter, Lourens 
                         and Poulsen, Axel D. and Poulsen, John and Powers, Jennifer and 
                         Prasad, Rama C. and Puyravaud, Jean-Philippe and 
                         Razafimahaimodiso, Jean Claude and Reitsma, Jan and Santos, 
                         Jo{\~a}o Roberto dos and Spironello, Wilson Roberto and 
                         Romero-Saltos, Hugo and Rovero, Francesco and Rozak, Andes 
                         Hamuraby and Ruokolainen, Kalle and Rutishauser, Ervan and Saiter, 
                         Felipe and Saner, Philippe and Santos, Braulio A. and Santos, 
                         Fernanda and Sarker, Swapan K. and Satdichanh, Manichanh and 
                         Schmitt, Christine B. and Sch{\"o}ngart, Jochen and Schulze, Mark 
                         and Suganuma, Marcio S. and Sheil, Douglas and Pinheiro, Eduardo 
                         da Silva and Sist, Plinio and Stevart, Tariq and Sukumar, Raman 
                         and Sun, I. -Fang and Sunderland, Terry and Suresh, H. S. and 
                         Suzuki, Eizi and Tabarelli, Marcelo and Tang, Jangwei and 
                         Targhetta, Nat{\'a}lia and Theilade, Ida and Thomas, Duncan W. 
                         and Tchouto, Peguy and Hurtado, Johanna and Valencia, Renato and 
                         van Valkenburg, Johan L. C. H. and Van Do, Tran and Vasquez, 
                         Rodolfo and Verbeeck, Hans and Adekunle, Victor and Vieira, Simone 
                         A. and Webb, Campbell O. and Whitfeld, Timothy and Wich, Serge A. 
                         and Williams, John and Wittmann, Florian and W{\"o}ll, Hannsjoerg 
                         and Yang, Xiaobo and Yao, C. Yves Adou and Yap, Sandra L. and 
                         Yoneda, Tsuyoshi and Zahawi, Rakan A. and Zakaria, Rahmad and 
                         Zang, Runguo and Assis, Rafael L. de and Luiz, Bruno Garcia and 
                         Venticinque, Eduardo M.",
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                title = "An estimate of the number of tropical tree species",
              journal = "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United 
                         States of America",
                 year = "2015",
               volume = "112",
               number = "24",
                pages = "7472--7477",
                month = "June",
             keywords = "diversity estimation, Fisher's log series, pantropical, spatial 
                         richness patterns, tropical tree species richness.",
             abstract = "The high species richness of tropical forests has long been 
                         recognized, yet there remains substantial uncertainty regarding 
                         the actual number of tropical tree species. Using a pantropical 
                         tree inventory database from closed canopy forests, consisting of 
                         657,630 trees belonging to 11,371 species, we use a fitted value 
                         of Fisher's alpha and an approximate pantropical stem total to 
                         estimate the minimum number of tropical forest tree species to 
                         fall between similar to 40,000 and similar to 53,000, i.e., at the 
                         high end of previous estimates. Contrary to common assumption, the 
                         Indo-Pacific region was found to be as species-rich as the 
                         Neotropics, with both regions having a minimum of similar to 
                         19,000-25,000 tree species. Continental Africa is relatively 
                         depauperate with a minimum of similar to 4,500-6,000 tree species. 
                         Very few species are shared among the African, American, and the 
                         Indo-Pacific regions. We provide a methodological framework for 
                         estimating species richness in trees that may help refine species 
                         richness estimates of tree-dependent taxa.",
                  doi = "10.1073/pnas.1423147112",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1423147112",
                 issn = "0027-8424",
             language = "en",
        urlaccessdate = "27 nov. 2020"
}


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