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Behaviour, habitat use and population size of Sotalia fluviatilis (Gervais, 1853) (Cetacea, Delphinidae) in the Cananéia estuary region, São Paulo, Brazil
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From fourteen behavioral patterns identified, travelling (46.8%) and feeding (33.9%) were the most frequently observed, and group size and composition differed in each behavioral pattern. Expand
Land use vs. fragment size and isolation as determinants of small mammal composition and richness in Atlantic Forest remnants
The remaining Atlantic Forest fragments are structurally isolated by a matrix of pastures, plantations, or urban areas, and most remnants are small (<100 ha). Island biogeography theory has been usedExpand
Diet composition of Metachirus nudicaudatus and Didelphis aurita (Marsupialia, Didelphoidea) in Southeastern Brazil
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Nous avons etudie le regime alimentaire de Metachirus nudicaudatus et Didelphis aurita par analyse du contenu des crottes, tandis que des petits vertebres et des fruits sont ingeres occasionnellement. Expand
A device and standard variables to describe microhabitat structure of small mammals based on plant cover.
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A new and efficient device to characterize microhabitat structure of small mammals is proposed as a standard method to describe habitat structure and can be used in any kind of forest. Expand
Population dynamics and reproduction of marsupials and rodents in a Brazilian rural area: a five-year study
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A five-year mark-recapture study of small mammals was conducted with sampling every two months in a rural area of Sumidouro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from June 1991 to July 1996, showing seasonal patterns of population dynamics related to reproduction. Expand
DIET VARIATION OF THE MARSUPIALS Didelphis aurita AND Philander frenatus (DIDELPHIMORPHIA, DIDELPHIDAE) IN A RURAL AREA OF RIO DE JANEIRO STATE, BRAZIL
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Invertebrates were the most frequent food category found in samples of both species, followed by fruits and vertebrates, and there were no differences in the consumption of invertebrates, vertebrates and fruits between sexes in the two species. Expand
Genetic diversity of wild populations of the grey short-tailed opossum, Monodelphis domestica (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae), in Brazilian landscapes
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Results indicate a population structure in M. domestica and the possibility that this taxon might represent a species complex, and maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference were similar in depicting phylogenetic relationships of different Monodelphis taxa. Expand
Population dynamics of four marsupials and its relation to resource production in the Atlantic forest in southeastern Brazil
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In forests where there is an adequate rate of decomposition of the litter, it is understood how resources influence population variation, and litter becomes the base of resources for didelphid marsupials in the Atlantic forest. Expand
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