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Do secondary hemiepiphytes exist?
Journal of Tropical Ecology
AbstractFor decades, tropical ecologists distinguished primary (PH) and secondary hemiepiphytes (SH) as two structurally dependent life forms with an epiphytic phase at, respectively, the beginning or the end of their ontogeny. However, the use of these terms has been criticized repeatedly because the term "hemiepiphyte" suggests an unsubstantiated biological similarity in ontogeny, and worse, because it is often used without a qualifier, which makes unambiguous interpretation of the lifedoi:10.1017/s0266467421000407 fatcat:yg6bdilvvfgiraxkxa5swuncoq