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Environmental Entomology, ISSN 0046-225X, 2013, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp. 1218 - 1225
ABSTRACT The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (L.) (Rodentia: Caviidae), is the largest herbivorous rodent on Earth and abundant in the Neotropical region,... 
feeding preference | biodiversity conservation | coprophagous beetle | Scarabaeoidea | capybara dung | Biodiversity conservation | Coprophagous beetle | Feeding preference | Capybara dung | PASTURES | CERRADO | OMNIVORE | RAIN-FOREST | TRAP | ENTOMOLOGY | BRAZIL | ABUNDANCE | COPROPHAGOUS BEETLES | DIVERSITY | Animals | Feces | Biodiversity | Coleoptera | Humans | Rodentia
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Biological Conservation, ISSN 0006-3207, 12/2017, Volume 216, pp. 115 - 122
Selective logging is the most widespread driver of tropical forest disturbance. As such, it is critically important to identify at which spatial scale logging... 
Brazilian Amazon | Land-sparing | Tropical forest | Biodiversity | Selective logging intensity | Threshold | RICHNESS | FIELD | RESTORATION | DISTURBANCE | RESPONSES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION | INDICATORS | ECOLOGY | DIVERSITY | BIODIVERSITY LOSS | IMPACTS | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Logging | Beetles | Forests and forestry | Biological diversity conservation | Ecosystems | Biological diversity
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Environmental Entomology, ISSN 0046-225X, 02/2019, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 97 - 104
Abstract The Brazilian Cerrado, a hotspot and the largest savannah in the world, has been undergoing intense changes in land use for urbanization. The creation... 
Gymnetini | biodiversity conservation | Brazilian savannah | fruit chafer beetle | urban ecology | MATO-GROSSO | URBANIZATION | ENTOMOLOGY | FOREST | CONSERVATION | EVOLUTION | SCARABAEIDAE CETONIINAE | SPECIES RICHNESS | MONOGRAPHIC REVISION | AQUIDAUANA | DUNG BEETLES
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Entomological Science, ISSN 1343-8786, 04/2016, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 112 - 123
The Brazilian savanna is the second largest ecosystem in Brazil. It is also one of the most endangered, with only 20% of its habitat remaining unchanged.... 
feeding preference | coprophagous beetles | Coleoptera