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Bat fauna of the Cerrado savanna of eastern Maranhão, Brazil, with new species occurrences Biota Neotropica
Olímpio,Ana Priscila Medeiros; Ventura,Marcelo Cardoso da Silva; Mascarenhas,Márcia de Jesus Oliveira; Nascimento,Daiane Chaves do; Andrade,Fernanda Atanaena Gonçalves de; Fraga,Elmary da Costa; Barros,Maria Claudene.
Abstract In Brazil, 179 bat species have been recorded to date, representing 68 genera and nine families. Few data are available on the bat fauna of the state of Maranhão, so the present study was based on a survey of the bat fauna of the Inhamum Municipal Environmental Protection Area (APA Inhamum) in the Cerrado savanna of the eastern extreme of the state. This inventory provides new records of bat species for the state of Maranhão and the Cerrado biome. A total of 31 species (four families) were collected, representing 39% of the bat species known to occur in Maranhão and 28.71% of the species described for the Cerrado. The family Phyllostomidae was the most diverse, with 23 species (74.20% of the total), and also the most abundant, with 86.09% of the...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Bats; Faunal survey; APA Inhamum; Maranhão; New records; Chiroptera.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1676-06032016000300208
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The Native Bee Fauna of Carlinville, Illinois, Revisited After 75 Years: a Case for Persistence Ecology and Society
Marlin, John C; Illinois Waste Management and Research Center; marlin@uiuc.edu; LaBerge, Wallace E; Illinois Natural History Survey; wlaberge@inhs.uiuc.edu.
As a follow-up to the observations of Charles Robertson from 1884 to 1916, we revisited the Carlinville, Illinois, area between 18 August 1970 and 13 September1972 to sample and identify bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). We concentrated on collecting nonparasitic bees (and excluded Apis and Bombus) visiting 24 plant species that bloomed at various times of the year, and upon which Charles Robertson found many bee species. For example, we collected most intensively on spring-blooming Claytonia virginica and fall-blooming Aster pilosus, upon which Robertson reported 58 and 90 bee visitors, respectively. Bees were also collected on an opportunistic basis at some other plants. We updated the species names used by Robertson for revisions and synonymies. This...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Apoidea; Carlinville (Illinois); Hymenoptera; Robertson (Charles); Agricultural habitats; Bees; Biodiversity; Conservation; Faunal survey; Historical ecology; Land use changes; Pollinators.
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Influence of pitfall trap size and design on herpetofauna and small mammal studies in a Neotropical Forest Rev. Bras. Zool.
Ribeiro-Júnior,Marco A; Rossi,Rogério V; Miranda,Cleuton L; Ávila-Pires,Teresa C. S.
One of the most commonly used sampling techniques to capture leaf litter amphibians, lizards and small mammals is a set of pitfall traps with drift fences. However, there are still many speculations concerning the effectiveness of different designs of pitfall traps and the most adequate size of each trap. To address this problem, we conducted the first standardized comparison of patterns of species richness, rank-abundance, and community structure of leaf litter amphibians, lizards and small mammals for two trap designs (I and Y format) and three bucket sizes (35, 62, and 100 L) in a Neotropical forest. Results are very similar for the herpetofauna, regardless of the pitfall trap design or size used, while for small mammals values of species richness were...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Amphibians; Faunal survey; Neotropical forest; Reptiles; Sampling method; Small mammals.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1984-46702011000100012
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