Paulo Herrera
Paulo Herrera
Departamento de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja.
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Atractiellomycetes belonging to the ‘rust’lineage (Pucciniomycotina) form mycorrhizae with terrestrial and epiphytic neotropical orchids
I Kottke, JP Suárez, P Herrera, D Cruz, R Bauer, I Haug, S Garnica
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1685), 1289-1298, 2010
Orchids keep the ascomycetes outside: a highly diverse group of ascomycetes colonizing the velamen of epiphytic orchids from a tropical mountain rainforest in Southern Ecuador
P Herrera, JP Suárez, I Kottke
Mycology 1 (4), 262-268, 2010
A clustering optimization strategy to estimate species richness of Sebacinales in the tropical Andes based on molecular sequences from distinct DNA regions
SD Setaro, S Garnica, PI Herrera, JP Suárez, M Göker
Biodiversity and Conservation 21 (9), 2269-2285, 2012
Mycorrhiza networks promote biodiversity and stabilize the tropical mountain rain forest ecosystem: perspectives for understanding complex communities
I Kottke, S Setaro, I Haug, P Herrera, D Cruz, A Fries, J Gawlik, J Homeier, ...
Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical …, 2013
Do mycorrhizal fungi drive speciation in Teagueia (Orchidaceae) in the upper Pastaza watershed of Ecuador?
JP Suárez, JS Eguiguren, P Herrera, L Jost
Symbiosis 69 (3), 161-168, 2016
High diversity of root-associated fungi isolated from three epiphytic orchids in southern Ecuador
A Novotná, Á Benítez, P Herrera, D Cruz, E Filipczyková, JP Suárez
Mycoscience 59 (1), 24-32, 2018
Untangling factors that drive community composition of root associated fungal endophytes of Neotropical epiphytic orchids
S Cevallos, P Herrera, A Sánchez-Rodríguez, S Declerck, JP Suárez
Fungal Ecology 34, 67-75, 2018
Generalism in the interaction of Tulasnellaceae mycobionts with orchids characterizes a biodiversity hotspot in the tropical Andes of Southern Ecuador
P Herrera, I Kottke, MC Molina, M Méndez, JP Suárez
Mycoscience 59 (1), 38-48, 2018
Many broadly-shared mycobionts characterize mycorrhizal interactions of two coexisting epiphytic orchids in a high elevation tropical forest
P Herrera, JP Suárez, A Sánchez-Rodríguez, MC Molina, M Prieto, ...
Fungal Ecology 39, 26-36, 2019
Distinct but closely related Sebacinales form mycorrhizae with coexisting Ericaceae and Orchidaceae in a Neotropical mountain area
S Setaro, JP Suárez, P Herrera, D Cruz, I Kottke
Piriformospora indica, 81-105, 2013
High diversity of root-associated fungi isolated from three epiphytic orchids in southern Ecuador
P Herrera, DÃ Cruz
Mycoscience, 2017
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