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Alouatta caraya: Population density and demography in Northern Argentina
  • D. Rumiz
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of primatology
  • 1990
A long‐term study was carried out on a black howler monkey (Alouatta caraya) population living in 150 ha of forest patches spread out in a 3,000 ha rural area in Northern Argentina. A total of 22Expand
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Ocelot ( Felis pardalis ) population densities, activity, and ranging behaviour in the dry forests of eastern Bolivia: data from camera trapping
In comparison with the Neotropical big cats, jaguar ( Panthera onca L.) and puma ( Felis concolor L.), medium and small felids are poorly studied. Furthermore, studying wild felids in forest habitatsExpand
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A Camera Trapping and Radio Telemetry Study of Lowland Tapir ( Tapirus terrestris ) in Bolivian Dry Forests
T article is the first reported use of camera trapping to estimate population densities of lowland tapirs Tapirus terrestris according to capture-recapture statistics, applying a systematic surveyExpand
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  • Open Access
Camera trapping Priodontes maximus in the dry forests of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
During systematic camera trapping surveys conducted for jaguars, we collected photographs of giant armadillos at three of four dry forest (Chaco and Chiquitano) sites surveyed in eastern lowlandExpand
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Immobilization and health assessment of free-ranging black spider monkeys (Ateles paniscus chamek).
Eight free-ranging black spider monkeys (Ateles paniscus chamek) were immobilized with Telazol in Bolivia for the purpose of radio-collaring. During this procedure, the animals received completeExpand
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Immobilization and health assessment of free‐ranging black spider monkeys (Ateles paniscus chamek)
Eight free‐ranging black spider monkeys (Ateles paniscus chamek) were immobilized with Telazol® in Bolivia for the purpose of radio‐collaring. During this procedure, the animals received completeExpand
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Ecological characterization of tree species for guiding forest management decisions in seasonally dry forests in Lomerı́o, Bolivia
When the goal of natural forest management is to maintain the biodiversity and ecological integrity of the forest while harvesting timber, the silvicultural systems employed must promote timberExpand
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Estimating brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira and M. americana) abundance by dung pellet counts and other indices in seasonal Chiquitano forest habitats of Santa Cruz, Bolivia
We assessed dung and track counts for indexing brocket deer abundance in seasonal habitats on a ranch where hunting is not practiced in the Bolivian lowlands. Surveys were replicated along four 10-kmExpand
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ABUNDANCIA Y PATRONES DE ACTIVIDAD DEL MAPACHE (Procyon cancrivorus) EN UN BOSQUE CHIQUITANO DE BOLIVIA
Abundance and activity patterns of the Crab Eating Raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus) in a Chiquitano forest of Bolivia. The crab-eating raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus) is a carnivore widely distributed inExpand
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Differential habitat use by two sympatric brocket deer species (Mazama americana and M. gouazoubira) in a seasonal Chiquitano forest of Bolivia
A study of habitat use of two sympatric brocket deer species was conducted by recording dung and tracks along 40 km trails cleared through four vegetation types in the chaco-cerrado border of SantaExpand
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