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  • Prey limitation drives variation in allometric scaling of predator-prey interactions

    Costa-Pereira, Raul Autor UNESP; Araújo, Márcio Silva Autor UNESP; Olivier, Renan da Silva; Souza, Franco L.; Rudolf, Volker H. W. (American Naturalist, 2018) [Artigo]
    Ecologists have long searched for a universal size-scaling constant that governs trophic interactions. Although this is an appealing theoretical concept, predator-prey size ratios (PPSRs) vary strikingly across and within ...
  • Defaunation and fragmentation erode small mammal diversity dimensions in tropical forests

    Bovendorp, Ricardo S. Autor UNESP; Brum, Fernanda T.; McCleery, Robert A.; Baiser, Benjamin; Loyola, Rafael; Cianciaruso, Marcus V.; Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP (Ecography, 2018) [Artigo]
    Forest fragmentation and defaunation are considered the main drivers of biodiversity loss, yet the synergistic effects of landscape changes and biotic interactions on assemblage structure have been poorly investigated. ...
  • Expanding the known range of Trachycephalus imitatrix (Anura: Hylidae) in the state of Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil

    Matavelli, Rodrigo Autor UNESP; Oliveira, Juliano Autor UNESP; Godoy, Ederson Autor UNESP; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP; Bertoluci, Jaime (Herpetology Notes, 2018) [Nota]
  • The effects of landscape patterns on ecosystem services: meta-analyses of landscape services

    Duarte, Gabriela Teixeira Autor UNESP; Santos, Paloma Marques Autor UNESP; Cornelissen, Tatiana Garabini; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP; Paglia, Adriano Pereira (Landscape Ecology, 2018) [Artigo]
    Purpose: The recently introduced concept of ‘landscape services’—ecosystem services influenced by landscape patterns—may be particularly useful in landscape planning by potentially increasing stakeholder participation and ...
  • Landscape resistance influences effective dispersal of endangered golden lion tamarins within the Atlantic Forest

    Moraes, Andreia Magro Autor UNESP; Ruiz-Miranda, Carlos R.; Galetti, Pedro M.; Niebuhr, Bernardo Brandão Autor UNESP; Alexandre, Brenda R.; Muylaert, Renata L. Autor UNESP; Grativol, Adriana D.; Ribeiro, John W. Autor UNESP; Ferreira, Arystene N.; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP (Biological Conservation, 2018) [Artigo]
    Habitat fragmentation threatens tropical rainforests, which can significantly hinder dispersal in species such as arboreal primates. For conservation actions to be effective there must be an understanding of how landscape ...
  • Maximizing biodiversity conservation and carbon stocking in restored tropical forests

    Brancalion, Pedro H.S.; Bello, Carolina Autor UNESP; Chazdon, Robin L.; Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP; Jordano, Pedro; Lima, Renato A.F.; Medina, Aretha; Pizo, Marco Aurélio Autor UNESP; Reid, J. Leighton (Conservation Letters, 2018) [Carta]
    Assessing the conservation value of restoration plantings is critical to support the global forest landscape restoration movement. We assessed the implications of tree species selection in the restoration of Brazil's ...
  • First record of Ololygon longilinea (Anura: Hylidae) for the state of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil

    Matavelli, Rodrigo Autor UNESP; Oliveira, Juliano Autor UNESP; Godoy, Ederson Autor UNESP; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP; Bertoluci, Jaime (Herpetology Notes, 2018) [Artigo]
  • Defaunation shadow onmutualistic interactions

    Costa-Pereira, Raul Autor UNESP; Lucas, Christine; Crossa, Marcelo; Anderson, Jill T.; Albuquerque, Bianca Weiss; Dary, Eurizǎngela P.; Piedade, Maria T.F.; Demarchi, Layon O.; Rebouças, Elizabeth R.; Da Costa, Gilvan S. et al. (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2018) [Carta]
  • Homogenization and impoverishment of taxonomic and functional diversity of ants in Eucalyptus plantations

    Martello, Felipe Autor UNESP; De Bello, Francesco; De Castro Morini, Maria Santina; Silva, Rogério R.; De Souza-Campana, Débora Rodriges; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP; Carmona, Carlos P. (Scientific Reports, 2018) [Artigo]
    Despite its negative impacts on the environment and biodiversity, tree plantations can contribute to biodiversity conservation in fragmented landscapes, as they harbor many native species. In this study, we investigated ...
  • ATLANTIC BIRDS: a data set of bird species from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

    Hasui, Érica; Metzger, Jean Paul; Pimentel, Rafael G.; Silveira, Luís Fábio; Bovo, Alex A. d. A.; Martensen, Alexandre C.; Uezu, Alexandre; Regolin, André L. Autor UNESP; Bispo de Oliveira, Arthur Â.; Gatto, Cassiano A. F. R. et al. (Ecology, 2018) [Nota]
    South America holds 30% of the world's avifauna, with the Atlantic Forest representing one of the richest regions of the Neotropics. Here we have compiled a data set on Brazilian Atlantic Forest bird occurrence (150,423) ...
  • Queen palm fruit selection and foraging techniques of squirrels in the Atlantic Forest

    Alves, Briza Cristina Autor UNESP; Mendes, Calebe Pereira Autor UNESP; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP (Biotropica, 2018) [Artigo]
    Queen palm seeds (Syagrus romanzoffiana) are a vital source of nutrients for Ingram's squirrel (Guerlinguetus ingrami), a common inhabitant of the Atlantic forest biome of Brazil. G. ingrami acts as both a seed predator ...
  • Landscape context of plantation forests in the conservation of tropical mammals

    Begotti, Rodrigo Anzolin Autor UNESP; Pacífico, Eduardo dos Santos; Ferraz, Silvio Frosini de Barros; Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP (Journal for Nature Conservation, 2018) [Artigo]
    Plantation forests have been expanding in many tropical and subtropical environments. Howerver, even when they replace less wildlife friendly land uses such as pastures and annual crops, the biodiversity levels of pristine ...
  • Non-crop habitats modulate alpha and beta diversity of flower flies (Diptera, Syrphidae) in Brazilian agricultural landscapes

    Medeiros, Hugo Reis Autor UNESP; Hoshino, Adriano Thibes; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP; Morales, Mírian Nunes; Martello, Felipe; Neto, Osvaldo Coelho Pereira; Carstensen, Daniel Wisbech; de Oliveira Menezes Junior, Ayres (Biodiversity and Conservation, 2018) [Artigo]
    Non-crop habitats play a key role in maintaining functional diversity and ecosystem services in farmland. However, the interplay between beneficial insects and landscape variables has rarely been investigated in Neotropical ...
  • ATLANTIC BATS: a data set of bat communities from the Atlantic Forests of South America

    Muylaert, Renata d. L. Autor UNESP; Stevens, Richard D.; Esbérard, Carlos E. L.; Mello, Marco A. R.; Garbino, Guilherme S. T.; Varzinczak, Luiz H.; Faria, Deborah; Weber, Marcelo d. M.; Kerches Rogeri, Patricia Autor UNESP; Regolin, André L. Autor UNESP et al. (Ecology, 2017) [Artigo]
    Bats are the second most diverse mammal order and they provide vital ecosystem functions (e.g., pollination, seed dispersal, and nutrient flux in caves) and services (e.g., crop pest suppression). Bats are also important ...
  • Fishing-down within populations harms seed dispersal mutualism

    Costa-Pereira, Raul Autor UNESP; Correa, Sandra Bibiana; Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP (Biotropica, 2018) [Artigo]
    Large fish are often the most effective seed dispersers, but they are also the preferred target for fisheries. We recently started to comprehend the detrimental impacts of the extirpation of large frugivorous fish species ...
  • Challenges and opportunities for rewilding South American landscapes

    Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP; Root-Bernstein, Meredith; Svenning, Jens-Christian (Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, 2017) [Editorial]
  • ATLANTIC-CAMTRAPS: a dataset of medium and large terrestrial mammal communities in the Atlantic Forest of South America

    Lima, Fernando Autor UNESP; Beca, Gabrielle Autor UNESP; Muylaert, Renata L. Autor UNESP; Jenkins, Clinton N.; Perilli, Miriam L. L.; Paschoal, Ana Maria O.; Massara, Rodrigo L.; Paglia, Adriano P.; Chiarello, Adriano G.; Graipel, Maurício E. et al. (Ecology, 2017) [Artigo]
    Our understanding of mammal ecology has always been hindered by the difficulties of observing species in closed tropical forests. Camera trapping has become a major advance for monitoring terrestrial mammals in biodiversity ...
  • Forest fragmentation and selective logging affect the seed survival and recruitment of a relictual conifer

    Brocardo, Carlos R. Autor UNESP; Pedrosa, Felipe Autor UNESP; Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP (Forest Ecology and Management, 2018) [Artigo]
    Defaunation, invasive species and forest fragmentation are considered to be the major drivers for the disruption of key ecological processes, particularly those related to plant animal-interactions such as seed dispersal ...
  • Beyond the mining pit: the academic role in social deliberation for participatory environmental planning

    Pena, João Carlos de Castro; Assis, Julia Camara de Autor UNESP; Silva, Rafaela Aparecida da Autor UNESP; Honda, Laura Kyoko Autor UNESP; Pagani, Maria Inez Autor UNESP; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar Autor UNESP (Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, 2017) [Artigo]
    Although mining activities are required to supply human needs, the academic participation on the allocation and planning of mining activities is reduced. We presented our experience in the participatory review of Rio Claro's ...
  • Ecological and evolutionary legacy of megafauna extinctions

    Galetti, Mauro Autor UNESP; Moleón, Marcos; Jordano, Pedro; Pires, Mathias M.; Guimarães, Paulo R.; Pape, Thomas; Nichols, Elizabeth; Hansen, Dennis; Olesen, Jens M.; Munk, Michael et al. (Biological Reviews, 2018) [Artigo]
    For hundreds of millions of years, large vertebrates (megafauna) have inhabited most of the ecosystems on our planet. During the late Quaternary, notably during the Late Pleistocene and the early Holocene, Earth experienced ...

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