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Habitat Loss and Extinction in the Hotspots of Biodiversity
Nearly half the world's vascular plant species and one-third of terrestrial vertebrates are endemic to 25 "hotspots" of biodiversity, each of which has at least 1500 endemic plant species. None ofExpand
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The Status of the World's Land and Marine Mammals: Diversity, Threat, and Knowledge
Knowledge of mammalian diversity is still surprisingly disparate, both regionally and taxonomically. Here, we present a comprehensive assessment of the conservation status and distribution of theExpand
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How Different Are Robust and Gracile Capuchin Monkeys? An Argument for the Use of Sapajus and Cebus
Capuchin monkey behavior has been the focus of increasing numbers of captive and field studies in recent years, clarifying behavioral and ecological differences between the two morphological types:Expand
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The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World’s Vertebrates
Assessing Biodiversity Declines Understanding human impact on biodiversity depends on sound quantitative projection. Pereira et al. (p. 1496, published online 26 October) review quantitativeExpand
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The Fate of the Amazonian Areas of Endemism
Amazonia is the largest and most diverse of the tropical forest wilderness areas. Recent compilations indicate at least 40,000 plant species, 427 mammals, 1294 birds, 378 reptiles, 427 amphibians,Expand
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The effect of repetition lag on electrophysiological and haemodynamic correlates of visual object priming
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The modulation of repetition effects by the lag between first and second presentations of a visual object during a speeded semantic judgment task was examined using both scalp event-related potentials (ERPs) and event- related functional magnetic resonance imaging (efMRI). Expand
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Primates of Colombia
Colombia is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world: although it takes up slightly less than one percent of the Earth's surface, it is home to approximately ten percent of theExpand
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Sympatric Brazilian callitrichids: The Black Tufted-Ear Marmoset, Callithrix kuhli, and the Golden-headed Lion Tamarin, Leontopithecus chrysomelas
Abstract This report describes a study of Callithrix kuhli and Leontopithecus chrysomelas, sympatric in a remnant forest of the Atlantic coast of Brazil. Quantitative observations of two groups wereExpand
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