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Geographic variation in the diet of the Cauca Poison Frog Andinobates bombetes (Anura: Dendrobatidae) in the Andes of Colombia.
We describe the diet of Andinobates bombetes (Myers and Daly, 1980) based on stomach contents taken from sixtynine individuals from three localities in the central northwestern Colombian Andes. 1471Expand
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Population Assessment Strategy for Atelopus elegans ( Bufonidae ) in the Gorgona National Natural Park , Colombia
Atelopus species are among the most endangered anurans, and have recently suffered enigmatic declines. However, several species for which preventive actions have been proposed continue to be recordedExpand
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From hope to alert: demography of a remnant population of the Critically Endangered Atelopus varius from Costa Rica
ABSTRACT Harlequin frogs have suffered severe declines across the Neotropics. We present a population assessment for a recently discovered population of Atelopus varius from Costa Rica. UsingExpand
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Predation on the bush anole Polychrus gutturosus by the parrot snake Leptophis ahaetulla , with a new record of the bush anole for the Gorgona Island National Natural Park, Colombia
we described in detail a new predation event on bush anole ( P. gutturosus ) by L . ahaetulla , based on observations in the Gorgona Island Natural National Park, Colombia, which represents the firstExpand
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Potential effect of habitat disturbance on reproduction of the critically endangered harlequin frog Atelopus varius in Las Tablas, Costa Rica
espanolEstudiamos una poblacion de Atelopus varius de la Zona Protegida Las Tablas, en el sureste de Costa Rica, donde estimamos la tasa de ocupacion de renacuajos a lo largo del rio Coton. Ademas,Expand
Precipitous decline of white-lipped peccary populations in Mesoamerica
Abstract Large mammalian herbivores are experiencing population reductions and range declines. However, we lack regional knowledge of population status for many herbivores, particularly in developingExpand
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Activity patterns of Tayra Eira barbara populations from Costa Rica and Colombia: evidence of seasonal effects
The objective of this study was to evaluate the activity patterns of Tayra Eira barbara and the effect of seasonality in two different landscapes, one in Colombia (Canal del Dique Watershed) andExpand
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Patrones de actividad de poblaciones de la Tayra Eira barbara en Costa Rica y Colombia: evidencia de efectos estacionales
The objective of this study was to evaluate the activity patterns of Tayra Eira barbara and the effect of seasonality in two different landscapes, one in Colombia (Canal del Dique Watershed) andExpand
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Mineral-Lick Use By Choloepus hoffmanni (Pilosa: Megalonychidae) At Las Cruces Biological Station, Coto Brus, Costa Rica
Abstract To date, only one record of mineral licking exists for sloths (i.e., Choloepus didactylus) from Ecuador. Here we present the first record of mineral licking for C. hoffmanni from a tropicalExpand