Juliano André Bogoni

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Mammal feces are the primary food and nesting resource for the majority of dung beetle species, and larval development depends on the quantity and quality of that resource. Physiological necessities, competitive interactions, and resource sharing are common and suggest that dung beetles may show preferences for feces of greater nutritional quality, which(More)
Dung beetles feed and nest in mammal feces, are influenced by habitat quality and have limited dispersal ability. We hypothesized that dung beetle community structure is affected by mammal composition, habitat structure, and spatial distance, and that these predictors vary among the functional groups in communities. Dung beetles and mammals were sampled(More)
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 rich ecosystems. Here we compiled one of the largest datasets of inventories of terrestrial mammal communities for the Neotropical(More)
Changes in aquatic environments are potentially large, and effects on biota are highly variable. In Santa Catarina State, Brazil, the main sources of pollution in headwaters are wastewater, pesticides, and animal waste, which contain chemical and organic additives, and there is little knowledge about their effects on aquatic organisms. This study was aimed(More)
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