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Comparative Wood Anatomy of Epacrids (Styphelioideae, Ericaceae s.l.)

Resistance Mechanisms in Pieris Taxa (Ericaceae) to Stephanitis takeyai (Hemiptera: Tingidae)

Multiple origins of circumboreal taxa in Pyrola (Ericaceae), a group with a Tertiary relict distribution

Relative Differences in Susceptibility of Pieris taxa (Ericaceae) to Stephanitis spp. Lace Bugs (Hemiptera: Tingidae)

Multiple Criteria for Evaluating Pollinator Performance in Highbush Blueberry (Ericales: Ericaceae) Agroecosystems

Multi-Species Mating Disruption in Cranberries (Ericales: Ericaceae): Early Evidence Using a Flowable Emulsion

Population Dynamics of Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae: Phlaeothripidae) Inhabiting Vaccinium (Ericales: Ericaceae) Galls in Georgia

Dormancy and the Fire-centric Focus: Germination of Three Leucopogon Species (Ericaceae) from South-eastern Australia

Evolutionary Transition from Resprouter to Seeder Life History in Two Erica (Ericaceae) Species: Insights from Seedling Axillary Buds

Ericoid mycorrhizal fungi are common root inhabitants of non-Ericaceae plants in a south-eastern Australian sclerophyll forest

Identical genotypes of an ericoid mycorrhiza-forming fungus occur in roots of Epacris pulchella (Ericaceae) and Leptospermum polygalifolium (Myrtaceae) in an Australian sclerophyll forest

Are there pollination syndromes in the Australian epacrids (Ericaceae: Styphelioideae)? A novel statistical method to identify key floral traits per syndrome

Physiological Integration Plays Key Role in Cranberry (Ericales: Ericaceae) for Tolerance of Damage by Dasineura oxycoccana (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)


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A family of shrubs and small trees in which the leaves are leathery and evergreen. The flowers have 4 or 5 free sepals, a corolla of 4 or 5 fused petals, and 8–10 free stamens. The anthers are porous, and the ovary may be superior or inferior. The fruit is a capsule, drupe, or berry. There are 103 genera, with about 3350 species. They are cosmopolitan in distribution but centred in the northern hemisphere and almost absent from Australasia.

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