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Flávia Regina Capellotto Costa

Researcher from the Instituto de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Manaus, Brazil. Holds a Biology degree from the Universidade de São Paulo (1992), masters in Environmental Science from the Universidade de São Paulo (1996) and a PhD in Biology (Ecology) by the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (2000). For more than 25 years research and advises students on ecology of Amazonian ground-herb communities.

Flávia is a faculty member on graduate programs in Ecology (PPG ECO), Botany (PPG BOT) and Forestry (PPG CFT), at Inpa.


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Thiago André

Professor at the Instituto de Biodiversidade e Florestas from the Universidade Federal do Oeste do Pará, at Santarém, Brazil. Holds a bachelor degree in Biological Sciences by the Universidade de Brasília (2002), masters in Biology (Ecology) by the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (2005), and a PhD in Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology by the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2015). For over 10 years has been studying systematics and evolutionary biology of understory ground-herbs, especially Costaceae and Marantaceae (Zingiberales).

Thiago is a faculty member of graduate programs in Biodiversity (PPGBEES, Ufopa), Botany (PPG BOT, INPA) and Genetics, Conservation and Evolutionary Biology (PPG GCBEv, INPA).


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HERBASE's advising board is composed of 5 members among network participating researchers, where 2 seats are for the coordination members and 3 for other participating researchers, plus 2 alternates. Every two years, at least one new member substitutes the long-lasting member or anyone who has requested vacancy.

The board meet by demand of any of the participating members and through invitation from the network coordination, to deliberate on participating rules, event planning, scientific outreach, projects, publications, among other topics.


Estela Quintero-Vallejo

Biologist Universidad de Antioquia, Msc. Ohio State University, and PhD Wageningen University. Current associate professor at Universidad CES, Medellin. Her main focus of study are plant community ecology, plant functional ecology, and restoration ecology.






GabrielGabriel Massaine Moulatlet

BSc. at the Sao Paulo State University (UNESP); MSc at the National Research Institute for Amazonian Research and PhD at the University of Turku, Finland. For the last three years he was hired as lecturer/researcher at the Universidad Regional Amazónica Ikiam, Ecuador. Currently he has a postdoctoral fellowship at the Instituto de Ecología do México (INECOL). Gabriel is mainly interested in the ecology of neotropical understory plant communities.




Reynaldo Linares-Palomino

Dr. Reynaldo Linares-Palomino is a tropical biologist at the Smithsonian Institution's Center for Conservation and Sustainability. He leads and manages the terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring and Assessment Programs (BMAP) in Peru and contributes to other CCS conservation and development programs in critical habitats in the Andes, Amazon and the Atlantic Forests of the upper Paraná in Paraguay. He is a founding member of the DRYFLOR network (Latin American Network for the Study and Conservation of the Tropical Dry Forest).






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