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Arboreal camera trapping: Taking a proven method to new heights
Summary Although camera trapping has been shown to be a highly effective non-invasive tool for wildlife monitoring, the technique has not yet been widely applied to studies of arboreal species.Expand
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How many species and under what names? Using DNA barcoding and GenBank data for west Central African amphibian conservation
Development projects in west Central Africa are proceeding at an unprecedented rate, often with little concern for their effects on biodiversity. In an attempt to better understand potential impactsExpand
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Species Richness (of Insects) Drives the Use of Acoustic Space in the Tropics
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A novel approach for analyzing the presence and acoustic activity of multiple taxonomic groups contributes to our understanding of ecological community dynamics and provides a useful tool for monitoring species in the context of restoration ecology, climate change and conservation biology. Expand
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It's Time to Listen: There is Much to be Learned from the Sounds of Tropical Ecosystems
Knowledge that can be gained from acoustic data collection in tropical ecosystems is low-hanging fruit. There is every reason to record and with every day, there are fewer excuses not to do it. InExpand
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Soundscape analysis and acoustic monitoring document impacts of natural gas exploration on biodiversity in a tropical forest
Abstract Natural resource extraction is increasing rapidly in tropical forests, but we lag behind in understanding the impacts of these disturbances on biodiversity. In high diversity tropicalExpand
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A note on amphibian decline in a central Amazonian lowland forest
The massive reductions in amphibian populations taking place across the globe are unprecedented in modern times. Within the Neotropics, the enigmatic decline of amphibians has been consideredExpand
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Natural canopy bridges effectively mitigate tropical forest fragmentation for arboreal mammals
Linear infrastructure development and resulting habitat fragmentation are expanding in Neotropical forests, and arboreal mammals may be disproportionately impacted by these linear habitat clearings.Expand
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Anuran artifacts of preservation: 27 years later
Anuran artifacts of preservation: 27 years later. Measurements made on preserved anuran specimens are often used in studies of systematics, ecology and evolution. Here, we examine the effect ofExpand
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Predicting Biomass from Snout–Vent Length in New World Frogs
Abstract In this study, we determined how well the snout–vent length (SVL) of anurans estimated their mass for 36 species in the New World. Linear regressions of log-mass on log-SVL were highlyExpand
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