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Biotropica, ISSN 0006-3606, 09/2019, Volume 51, Issue 5, pp. 674 - 681
Fruit removal is a key component of the seed dispersal process with direct consequences for plant recruitment. Anthropogenic disturbances might affect removal... 
plant–animal interaction | Melastomataceae | habitat loss | seed dispersal | frugivory | Deforestation | Removal | Forests | Landscape | Vegetation cover | Human influences | Dispersal | Seed dispersal | Species | Dispersion | Anthropogenic factors | Fruits
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The Journal of Applied Ecology, ISSN 0021-8901, 08/2014, Volume 51, Issue 4, p. 849
  In recent years, there has been a fast development of models that adjust for imperfect detection. These models have revolutionized the analysis of field... 
Conservation | Probability | Ecology | Biological diversity
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Biological Conservation, ISSN 0006-3207, 01/2014, Volume 169, pp. 14 - 22
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Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, ISSN 0167-8809, 09/2016, Volume 232, pp. 247 - 253
Bats and birds play important roles as arthropod predators in top-down control. Both groups are represented by a large number of species in agroforests, but... 
Top-down control | Predation | Ecosystem service | Biological control | Theobroma cacao | Shade management | MANAGEMENT | CACAO AGROFORESTRY | ATLANTIC FOREST | PEST-CONTROL | PATTERNS | SOUTHERN BAHIA | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | AGRICULTURE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | COFFEE FARMS | ECOLOGY | DIVERSITY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | THEOBROMA-CACAO | Birds | Pests | Cocoa industry | Ecosystems | Plantations
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by Culot, Laurence and Pereira, Lucas Augusto and Agostini, Ilaria and Almeida, Marco Antônio Barreto and Alves, Rafael Souza Cruz and Aximoff, Izar and Bager, Alex and Baldovino, María Celia and Bella, Thiago Ribas and Bicca‐Marques, Júlio César and Braga, Caryne and Brocardo, Carlos Rodrigo and Campelo, Ana Kellen Nogueira and Canale, Gustavo R and Cardoso, Jader da Cruz and Carrano, Eduardo and Casanova, Diogo Cavenague and Cassano, Camila Righetto and Castro, Erika and Cherem, Jorge José and Chiarello, Adriano Garcia and Cosenza, Braz Antonio Pereira and Costa‐Araújo, Rodrigo and Silva, Nilmara Cristina da and Di Bitetti, Mario S and Ferreira, Aluane Silva and Ferreira, Priscila Coutinho Ribas and Fialho, Marcos de S and Fuzessy, Lisieux Franco and Garbino, Guilherme Siniciato Terra and Garcia, Francini de Oliveira and Gatto, Cassiano A. F. R and Gestich, Carla Cristina and Gonçalves, Pablo Rodrigues and Gontijo, Nila Rássia Costa and Graipel, Maurício Eduardo and Guidorizzi, Carlos Eduardo and Espíndola Hack, Robson Odeli and Hass, Gabriela Pacheco and Hilário, Renato Richard and Hirsch, André and Holzmann, Ingrid and Homem, Daniel Henrique and Júnior, Hilton Entringer and Júnior, Gilberto Sabino‐Santos and Kierulff, Maria Cecília Martins and Knogge, Christoph and Lima, Fernando and Lima, Elson Fernandes and Martins, Cristiana Saddy and Lima, Adriana Almeida and Martins, Alexandre and Martins, Waldney Pereira and Melo, Fabiano R and Melzew, Ricardo and Miranda, João Marcelo Deliberador and Miranda, Flávia and Moraes, Andréia Magro and Moreira, Tainah Cruz and Castro Morini, Maria Santina and Nagy‐Reis, Mariana B and Oklander, Luciana and Carvalho Oliveira, Leonardo and Paglia, Adriano Pereira and Pagoto, Anderson and Passamani, Marcelo and Camargo Passos, Fernando and Peres, Carlos A and Campos Perine, Michell Soares and Pinto, Míriam Plaza and Pontes, Antonio Rossano Mendes and Port‐Carvalho, Marcio and Prado, Bárbara Heliodora Soares do and Regolin, André Luis and Rezende, Gabriela Cabral and Rocha, Alessandro and Rocha, Joedison dos S and Paula Rodarte, Raisa Reis and Sales, Lilian Patrícia and Santos, Edmilson dos and Santos, Paloma Marques and Bernardo, Christine Steiner São and Sartorello, Ricardo and Serra, Leonardo La and Setz, Eleonore and Almeida e Silva, Anne Sophie and Silva, Leonardo Henrique da and Silva, Pedro Bencke Ermel da and Silveira, Maurício and Smith, Rebecca L and Souza, Sara Machado and Srbek‐Araujo, Ana Carolina and Trevelin, Leonardo Carreira and Valladares‐Padua, Claudio and Zago, Luciana and Marques, Eduardo and Ferrari, Stephen Francis and Beltrão‐Mendes, Raone and Henz, Denison José and da Veiga da Costa, Francys E and ...
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 01/2019, Volume 100, Issue 1, pp. e02525 - n/a
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Mammalian Biology, ISSN 1616-5047, 12/2015, Volume 80, Issue 6, pp. 459 - 467
Three-toed sloths ( ) are heterothermic, and ambient temperature may have a direct effect on their activity levels. Our goal was to describe the time budget,... 
Cathemeral | Radiotelemetry | Circadian rhythm | Heterothermy | Bradypus torquatus | ATLANTIC FOREST | BEHAVIOR | XENARTHRA | FOLIVORE | AGREEMENT | CONSERVATION | ZOOLOGY | MOVEMENT | 3-TOED SLOTHS
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Mammalian Biology, ISSN 1616-5047, 2011, Volume 76, Issue 3, pp. 243 - 250
Sloths are arboreal mammals strictly dependent upon forested habitats. The southern part of the state of Bahia in northeastern Brazil harbors important forest... 
Xenarthra | Radio telemetry | Cocoa plantation | Pilosa | Home range | Theobroma cacao | COSTA-RICA | MANAGEMENT | SOUTHERN BAHIA | PLANTATIONS | TAMARINS LEONTOPITHECUS-CHRYSOMELAS | SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL | ZOOLOGY | BRADYPODIDAE | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | 2 CONTRASTING LANDSCAPES
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Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, ISSN 2530-0644, 07/2017, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp. 221 - 226
Dogs are considered an invasive species, whose presence in natural habitats adversely affects wildlife. We investigate the effects of household and road... 
Alien species | Dog management | Canis familiaris | Invasion ecology | FREE-ROAMING DOGS | CAMERA TRAPS | LANDSCAPE | FREE-RANGING DOGS | CANIS-FAMILIARIS | SOUTHERN BAHIA | BRAZIL | FOREST | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | DOMESTIC DOGS
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Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, ISSN 0100-736X, 03/2011, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp. 271 - 275
As preguiças-de-coleira (Bradypus torquatus) são mamíferos arborícolas da família Bradypodidae. Podem ser encontradas nos trechos de Mata Atlântica do Brasil e... 
Vaginal epithelial cells | Bradypodidae | Reproduction | Maned sloth | Bradypus torquatus | VETERINARY SCIENCES
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Journal of Ethology, ISSN 0289-0771, 1/2009, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 97 - 103
Information on mating season is of paramount importance for our understanding of reproductive behavior, yet little is currently known about the breeding season... 
Life Sciences | Copulation | Atlantic forest | Neurosciences | Reproduction | Endangered species | Behavioural Sciences | Zoology | Xenarthra | Evolutionary Biology | Animal Ecology | FRENCH-GUIANA | 3-TOED SLOTH | BEHAVIOR | PATTERNS | VARIEGATUS | ZOOLOGY | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | TRIDACTYLUS | Infants
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9/2014, Volume 7, Issue 3, 21
Although the value of agroforests for biodiversity conservation has been frequently highlighted, little is known about the susceptibility of this production... 
Alien species | Land-sharing strategies | Atlantic forest | Canis familiaris | Wildlife-friendly agriculture | SITE OCCUPANCY RATES | BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | MANAGEMENT | FREE-ROAMING DOGS | CANIS-FAMILIARIS | INTENSIFICATION | wildlife-friendly agriculture | alien species | LAND-USE | POTENTIAL IMPACT | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | land-sharing strategies
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