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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

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

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

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

Divergent Evolution of the Chloroplast Small Heat Shock Protein Gene in the Genera Rhododendron (Ericaceae) and Machilus (Lauraceae)

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

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


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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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