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Matheus Colli Silva

Matheus Colli Silva is a master student in the Laboratory of Systematics, Evolution, and Biogeography of Vascular Plants at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, interested on systematics and biogeography of flowering plants (focusing on the Malvaceae group), as well as big-data analyses, biodiversity documentation, plant blindness, and biodiversity patterns.

How (And Why) Different Plant Species Are Distributed In Different Spots Around The Globe: A Case Study Of A Citrus Group In South American Tropical Rainforests

Ever since flowering plants appeared on Earth around the Early Cretaceous (between 130 and 90 million years ago) (1), they have evolved and diversified through very complex biogeographical processes (2). Some of those were particular to a set of lineages, […]