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Bird diversity in an urban ecosystem: the role of local habitats in understanding the effects of urbanization Iheringia, Sér. Zool.
Rodrigues,Aline Goulart; Borges-Martins,Márcio; Zilio,Felipe.
ABSTRACT: Urbanization causes environment changes that directly affect biotic diversity, and understanding the relationship between fauna and urban features is a key aspect of urban planning. Birds are particularly affected by urbanization. Noise levels, for instance, negatively affect birds’ behavior and social communication, while the presence of green areas promotes bird diversity. The effects of urbanization could differ according with the level of urbanization, and our goal was to understand how bird species assemblages are related to urban features in an intermediate stage of urbanization (a city in Brazil with 2,470 inhabitants/km²). We used canonical correspondence analysis (CCA) and generalized linear models (GLM) analyses to assess how bird...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Neotropic; Urban noise; Green spaces; Species richness; Bird assemblage.
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Reptile diversity of Sinos River Basin Biota Neotropica
Moser,Camila Fernanda; Avila,Fernanda Rodrigues de; Oliveira,Roberto Baptista de; Oliveira,Juliano Morales de; Borges-Martins,Márcio; Tozetti,Alexandro Marques.
Abstract This work aimed to catalog the species of reptiles of the Sinos River Basin based on records from scientific collections and data collected in the field. We recorded 65 species, including 46 snakes, nine lizards, five turtles, four amphisbaenians and one caiman. Snakes composed most of the recorded specimens (91.3%), and the three most representative are venomous and of medical importance. The most urban region of the basin (Lowland) has the highest number of records. This fact may be a reflection of the high human population density in this region, which would have favored the encounter of specimens and their sending to scientific collections and research centers. It is worth highlighting that most species with few specimens in the collections...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Chelonia; Crocodilia; Squamata; Vale dos Sinos; Atlantic Forest; Pampa.
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