COMENSALISTIC INTERACTIONS AND ECOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE BETWEEN VASCULAR EPIPHITES AND “Quercus humboldtii” (Fagaceae) AS A FOROPHITE OF THE LOW MOUNTAIN HUMID FOREST, BASED ON THE STUDY OF “DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF VASCULAR OAK EPIPHITES”

An analysis of the commensalist relationship and morphophysiological adaptations between "Quercus humboldtii" (Fagaceae) as a phorophyte and epiphytes of the Andean forest is presented, and additionally a general review of the study on the patterns of vertical distribution of bryophytes in trees of Q. humboldtii, in the municipality of Belmira, department of Antioquia, is carried out.

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