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Predation on Physalaemus olfersii (Anura: Leptodactylidae) by Phoneutria nigriventer (Aranae: Ctenidae) in Atlantic Forest, South-east of Brazil
Trueb, 1994), and are preyed upon many vertebrates and invertebrates (Toledo et al., 2007). Usually, predation on anurans by invertebrates occurs mostly during larval and adult stages, but they alsoExpand
A new species and records of Anacroneuria (Plecoptera: Perlidae) from the Ecological Station, Wenceslau Guimarães, State of Bahia, Brazil.
This work studied specimens of the perlid genus Anacroneuria collected at the Ecological Station, Wenceslau Guimarães, State of Bahia, Brazil, finding three new species and a new record for A. patioba n. Expand
Anacroneuria flintorum Froehlich 2002 (Plecoptera: Perlidae): Notes, distribution, and life stages association using molecular tools.
The nymph of A. flintorum is described based on reared specimens and molecular associations and new locality records and comments about variation of the species are provided. Expand
The Application of Bergmann's Rule to Carollia perspicillata Linnaeus 1758 (Mammalia, Chiroptera)
The results partially follow an inverse trend of the original proposal, called Bergmann's Rule "converse", which suggests that geographical variation in a species' morphology cannot be only explained on the basis of latitudinal clines. Expand
The genus Anacroneuria Klapálek, 1909 (Plecoptera: Perlidae) from Maranhão State, northeastern Brazil.
Based on collections made from streams of the Itapecuru, Parnaiba and Tocantins River basins, three species of Anacroneuria Klapalek are recorded for the first time from Maranhao State, northeasternExpand
Perlidae (Plecoptera) from the Paranapiacaba Mountains, Atlantic Forest, Brazil: Diversity and implications of the integrative approach and teneral specimens on taxonomy
The results suggest that the development of an integrative taxonomy is essential to continue advancing the study of Perlidae diversity in South America and indicate that the color of adult teneral specimens differs from that of mature specimens. Expand