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by Gonçalves, Fernando and Bovendorp, Ricardo S and Beca, Gabrielle and Bello, Carolina and Costa‐Pereira, Raul and Muylaert, Renata L and Rodarte, Raisa R and Villar, Nacho and Souza, Rafael and Graipel, Maurício E and Cherem, Jorge J and Faria, Deborah and Baumgarten, Julio and Alvarez, Martín R and Vieira, Emerson M and Cáceres, Nilton and Pardini, Renata and Leite, Yuri L. R and Costa, Leonora P and Mello, Marco A. R and Fischer, Erich and Passos, Fernando C and Varzinczak, Luiz H and Prevedello, Jayme A and Cruz‐Neto, Ariovaldo P and Carvalho, Fernando and Percequillo, Alexandre R and Paviolo, Agustin and Nava, Alessandra and Duarte, José M. B and Sancha, Noé U and Bernard, Enrico and Morato, Ronaldo G and Ribeiro, Juliana F and Becker, Rafael G and Paise, Gabriela and Tomasi, Paulo S and Vélez‐Garcia, Felipe and Melo, Geruza L and Sponchiado, Jonas and Cerezer, Felipe and Barros, Marília A. S and Souza, Albérico Q. S and Santos, Cinthya C and Giné, Gastón A. F and Kerches‐Rogeri, Patricia and Weber, Marcelo M and Ambar, Guilherme and Cabrera‐Martinez, Lucía V and Eriksson, Alan and Silveira, Maurício and Santos, Carolina F and Alves, Lucas and Barbier, Eder and Rezende, Gabriela C and Garbino, Guilherme S. T and Rios, Élson O and Silva, Adna and Nascimento, Alexandre Túlio A and Carvalho, Rodrigo S and Feijó, Anderson and Arrabal, Juan and Agostini, Ilaria and Lamattina, Daniela and Costa, Sebastian and Vanderhoeven, Ezequiel and Melo, Fabiano R and Oliveira Laroque, Plautino and Jerusalinsky, Leandro and Valença‐Montenegro, Mônica M and Martins, Amely B and Ludwig, Gabriela and Azevedo, Renata B and Anzóategui, Agustin and Silva, Marina X and Figuerêdo Duarte Moraes, Marcela and Vogliotti, Alexandre and Gatti, Andressa and Püttker, Thomas and Barros, Camila S and Martins, Thais K and Keuroghlian, Alexine and Eaton, Donald P and Neves, Carolina L and Nardi, Marcelo S and Braga, Caryne and Gonçalves, Pablo R and Srbek‐Araujo, Ana Carolina and Mendes, Poliana and Oliveira, João A and Soares, Fábio A. M and Rocha, Patrício A and Crawshaw, Peter and Ribeiro, Milton C and Galetti, Mauro
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 02/2018, Volume 99, Issue 2, pp. 498 - 498
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Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 2017, Volume 98, Issue 11, pp. 2979 - 2979
Our understanding of mammal ecology has always been hindered by the difficulties of observing species in closed tropical forests. Camera trapping has become a... 
Data Papers | mammal communities | Atlantic Forest | biodiversity hotspot | forest fragmentation | neotropical mammals | camera traps | invasive species | Carnivores | Forests | Ungulates | Communities | Crabs | Terrestrial environments | Population structure | Species composition | Tropical forests | Mammals | Biodiversity | Datasets | Trapping | Rodents | Ecological monitoring | Cameras | Small mammals | Species richness
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by Rodrigues, Rodolpho Credo and Hasui, Érica and Assis, Julia Camara and Pena, João Carlos Castro and Muylaert, Renata L and Tonetti, Vinicius Rodrigues and Martello, Felipe and Regolin, André Luis and Costa, Thiago Vernaschi Vieira da and Pichorim, Mauro and Carrano, Eduardo and Lopes, Leonardo Esteves and Vasconcelos, Marcelo Ferreira and Fontana, Carla Suertegaray and Roos, Andrei Langeloh and Gonçalves, Fernando and Banks‐Leite, Cristina and Cavarzere, Vagner and Efe, Marcio Amorim and Alves, Maria Alice S and Uezu, Alexandre and Metzger, Jean Paul and Antas, Paulo and Ferraz, Katia Maria Paschoaletto Micchi and Calsavara, Larissa Corsini and Bispo, Arthur Angelo and Araujo, Helder F. P and Duca, Charles and Piratelli, Augusto João and Naka, Luciano N and Dias, Rafael Antunes and Gatto, Cassiano A. F. R and Vallejos, Marcelo Alejandro Villegas and Menezes, Gregório dos Reis and Bugoni, Leandro and Rajão, Henrique and Zocche, Jairo José and Willrich, Guilherme and Silva, Elsimar Silveira da and Manica, Lilian Tonelli and Guaraldo, André and Althmann, Giulyana and Serafini, Patricia Pereira and Francisco, Mercival Roberto and Lugarini, Camile and Machado, Caio Graco and Marques‐Santos, Fernando and Bobato, Rafaela and Souza, Elivan Arantes and Donatelli, Reginaldo José and Ferreira, Carolina Demetrio and Morante‐Filho, José Carlos and Paes‐Macarrão, Natalia Dantas and Macarrão, Arthur and Lima, Marcos Robalinho and Jacoboski, Lucilene Inês and Candia‐Gallardo, Carlos and Alegre, Vanesa Bejarano and Jahn, Alex E and Barbosa, Karlla Vanessa and Cestari, Cesar and Silva, José Nilton da and Silveira, Natalia Stefanini Da and Crestani, Ana Cristina Vara and Petronetto, Adeliane Peterle and Bovo, Alex Augusto Abreu and Viana, Anderson Durão and Araujo, Andrea Cardoso and Santos, Andressa Hartuiq dos and Amaral, Andreza Clarinda Araújo do and Ferreira, Ariane and Vieira‐Filho, Arnaldo Honorato and Ribeiro, Bianca Costa and Missagia, Caio C. C and Bosenbecker, Camila and Medolago, Cesar Augusto Bronzato and Espínola, Cid Rodrigo Rodriguez and Faxina, Claudenice and Nunes, Cristiane Estrela Campodonio and Prates, Cristine and Luz, Daniela Tomasio Apolinario da and Moreno, Daniele Janina and Mariz, Daniele and Faria, Deborah and Meyer, Douglas and Doná, Eder Afonso and Alexandrino, Eduardo Roberto and Fischer, Erich and Girardi, Fabiane and Giese, Felipe Borba and Shibuya, Felipe Leonardo Santos and Faria, Fernando Azevedo and Farias, Fernando Bittencourt and Favaro, Fernando and Freitas, Fernando José Ferneda and Chaves, Flávia G and Las‐Casas, Flor Maria Guedes and Rosa, Gabriel L. M and Torre, Gabriel Massaccesi De La and Bochio, Gabriela Menezes and ...
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 06/2019, Volume 100, Issue 6, pp. e02647 - n/a
Scientists have long been trying to understand why the Neotropical region holds the highest diversity of birds on Earth. Recently, there has been increased... 
functional diversity | rapid evolution | phylogenetic diversity | body size | individual variation | tropical forest | phenotypic plasticity | interspecific variation | ECOLOGY | Datasets | Species diversity | Forests | Body mass | Morphology | Phenotypic variations | Birds | Body length | Molting | Biodiversity | Species | Anthropogenic factors
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PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ISSN 1935-2735, 2019, Volume 13, Issue 8, p. e0007655
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PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ISSN 1935-2735, 2018, Volume 12, Issue 10, p. e0006907
...://orcid.org/0000-0001-9650-7575 Renata Lara Muylaert Roles Conceptualization, Data curation, Formal analysis, Funding acquisition, Methodology, Software Affiliation... 
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