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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 04/2018, Volume 99, Issue 2, p. 397
Muitas especies de carnivoros, particularmente felinos, sao sensiveis as mudancas no uso do solo e podem desaparecer de paisagens com proporcoes reduzidas de... 
Jaguars | Zoological research | Research | Biological diversity
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The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, ISSN 1559-4491, 03/2019, Volume 131, Issue 1, p. 111
The American Bam Owl (Tyto furcata) is a bird of prey that predominantly feeds on small mammals by swallowing them whole; the undigested parts are regurgitated... 
Ecosystems | Analysis | Biological control | Mineral industry | Owls | Mice | Pests | Mining industry | Agricultural pests | Food
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WILSON JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY, ISSN 1559-4491, 01/2019, Volume 131, Issue 1, pp. 111 - 118
The American Barn Owl (Tyto furcata) is a bird of prey that predominantly feeds on small mammals by swallowing them whole; the undigested parts are... 
SMALL MAMMALS | BATS | ecosystem service | ALBA | bird of prey | trophic ecology | exotic rodent | owl pellets | PELLETS | ORNITHOLOGY | FOOD | Forests | Biological control | Seasonality | Identification | Molars | Swallowing | Seasonal variations | Rodents | Bones | Pellets | Mandible | Feeding behavior | Teeth | Birds | Owls | Pests | Mammals | Foraging behavior | Prey | Diets | Insects | Diet | Animal behavior | Foraging behaviour | Invertebrates | Small mammals | Counting | Feeding behaviour
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Biota Neotropica, ISSN 1676-0611, 07/2017, Volume 17, Issue 3
Abstract There are few studies on the diet of Common Vampire Bat (Desmodus rotundus), despite its wide geographic distribution. The species is considered... 
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Biota Neotropica, ISSN 1676-0611, 06/2018, Volume 18, Issue 3
The Thin-spined Porcupine (Chaetomys subspinosus) is a medium-sized and mainly arboreal rodent, endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, and threatened with... 
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by Santos, Paloma Marques and Bocchiglieri, Adriana and Chiarello, Adriano Garcia and Paglia, Adriano Pereira and Moreira, Adryelle and Souza, Agnis Cristiane and Abba, Agustin Manuel and Paviolo, Agustin and Gatica, Ailin and Medeiro, Akyllan Zoppi and Costa, Alan Nilo and Gallina, Alberto Gonzalez and Yanosky, Alberto A and Jesus, Alejandro and Bertassoni, Alessandra and Rocha, Alessandro and Bovo, Alex Augusto Abreu and Bager, Alex and Mol, Alexandra Cravino and Martensen, Alexandre Camargo and Faustino, Alexandre Casagrande and Lopes, Alexandre Martins Costa and Percequillo, Alexandre Reis and Vogliotti, Alexandre and Keuroghlian, Alexine and Colina, María Alicia and Devlin, Allison L and García‐Olaechea, Alvaro and Sánchez, Amadeo and Srbek‐Araujo, Ana Carolina and Ochoa, Ana Cecilia and Oliveira, Ana Cristina Mendes and Lacerda, Ana Cristyna Reis and Campelo, Ana Kellen Nogueira and Oliveira Paschoal, Ana Maria and Costa, Ana Raíssa Cunha and Meiga, Ana Yoko Ykeuti and Jesus, Anamélia Souza and Feijó, Anderson and Hirsch, André and Silva, André Luiz Ferreira and Botelho, André Luis Moura and Regolin, André Luis and Lanna, André Monnerat and Nunes, André Valle and Kindel, Andreas and Moraes, Andreia Magro and Gatti, Andressa and Noss, Andrew J and Nobre, Andrezza Bellotto and Montanarin, Anelise and Deffaci, Ângela Camila and Albuquerque, Anna Carolina Figueiredo and Oliveira, Anne Karoline and Mangione, Antonio Marcelo and Pontes, Antonio Rossano Mendes and Bertoldi, Ariane Teixeira and Calouro, Armando Muniz and Desbiez, Arnaud L. J and Fernandes, Arthur and Ferreguetti, Atilla Colombo and Silva, Maria Augusta Andrade and Zimbres, Barbara and Luciano, Beatriz Fernandes Lima and Thoisy, Benoit and Niebuhr, Bernardo Brandão S and Papi, Bernardo and Gómez‐Valencia, Bibiana and Santos, Bráulio A and Lima, Breno Campelo and Oliveira, Bruna Gomes and Santos, Bruna Silva and Campos, Bruno Augusto Torres Parahyba and Leles, Bruno and Albuquerque França, Bruno Rodrigo and Lim, Burton and Oliveira, Caetano Troncoso and Cantagallo, Camila and Lara, Camila Clozato and Lima, Camila Silveira and Gestich, Carla Cristina and Melo‐Soares, Carla Danielle and Peres, Carlos A and Kasper, Carlos Benhur and Candia‐Gallardo, Carlos and De Angelo, Carlos and Fragoso, Carlos Eduardo and Freitas, Carlos Henrique and Salvador, Carlos Henrique and Brocardo, Carlos R and Melo, Carolina Depolito and Leuchtenberger, Caroline and Braga, Caryne and Sánchez‐Lalinde, Catalina and Bueno, Cecília and Luna, Cecília Licarião and Rojano, Cesar and Hurtado, Cindy Meliza and Santos, Cinthya Chiva and Tellaeche, Cintia and ...
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 07/2019, Volume 100, Issue 7, pp. e02663 - n/a
Xenarthrans—anteaters, sloths, and armadillos—have essential functions for ecosystem maintenance, such as insect control and nutrient cycling, playing key... 
habitat loss | neotropical region | pilosa | biodiversity hotspot | forest fragmentation | neotropical mammals | cingulata | xenarthra | ECOLOGY | Carnivores | Hunting | Pressure effects | Climate effects | Ecosystems | Habitat changes | New records | Environmental changes | Pressure | Fragmentation | Datasets | Climate change | Invasive species | Nutrient loss | Threatened species | Insects | Cascades | Data sets | Insect control | Nutrient cycles
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Mammalian Biology, ISSN 1616-5047, 01/2018, Volume 88, pp. 26 - 30
Female jaguars have lower capture rates because they move less, have smaller territories and use habitat differently than males. Also, I found evidence that... 
Carnivores | Camera trapping | Trap avoidance | Behavior | Big cats | POPULATION | ATLANTIC FOREST | NATIONAL-PARK | CAPTURE-RECAPTURE MODELS | CENTRAL BRAZIL | ABUNDANCE | PREDATOR | DENSITY | INFANTICIDE | CONSERVATION | ZOOLOGY | Sex discrimination | Population biology
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Biota Neotropica, ISSN 1676-0611, 06/2013, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 51 - 62
The distribution of species and population attributes are critical data for biodiversity conservation. As a tool for obtaining such data, camera traps have... 
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ORYX, ISSN 0030-6053, 04/2017, Volume 51, Issue 2, pp. 246 - 253
Remaining jaguar Panthera onca populations in the Atlantic Forest are restricted to eight regions, and all populations appear to be declining. We report on the... 
carnivores | conservation | survival probability | Brazil | camera trap | Cormack-Jolly-Seber model | Panthera onca | spatially explicit capture-recapture model | CAMERA-TRAPS | SURVIVAL | DENSITY | HABITAT | ECOLOGY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | CAPTURE
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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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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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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 04/2018, Volume 99, Issue 2, pp. 397 - 407
Abstract Many carnivore species, particularly felids, are sensitive to land use changes and may disappear from landscapes with reduced natural habitat and... 
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Rodriguesia, ISSN 0370-6583, 10/2017, Volume 68, Issue 5, pp. 2001 - 2017
Abstract Here we present a brief review on how the loss of fauna can cause a concomitant loss in plant diversity in the state of Espírito Santo, focusing on... 
Seed dispersal | Animal-plant interaction | Habitat loss | Fragmentation | Pollination | habitat loss | seed dispersal | pollination | animal-plant interaction | fragmentation
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Journal of Tropical Ecology, ISSN 0266-4674, 1/2005, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 121 - 125
  Although highly diverse (Fonseca et al. 1996), the Atlantic forest mammal fauna is still poorly known, with very few sites exhaustively inventoried or... 
Short Communications | Extinct species | Biodiversity conservation | Observational research | Armadillos | Habitat conservation | Dogs | Cameras | Animal traps | Mammals | Species | Survey methods | Atlantic forest | Camera traps | Mammal survey | Neotropical forests | DENSITIES | survey methods | ECOLOGY | neotropical forests | mammal survey | camera traps
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