06. Diet, activity patterns, microhabitat use and defensive strategies of Rhinella hoogmoedi Caramaschi & Pombal, 2006 from a humid forest in northeast Brazil

@inproceedings{Brito201306DA,
  title={06. Diet, activity patterns, microhabitat use and defensive strategies of Rhinella hoogmoedi Caramaschi & Pombal, 2006 from a humid forest in northeast Brazil},
  author={Lucas Moreira Brito and Felipe Rodrigues Magalh{\~a}es de Aguiar and C{\'e}lio Moura-Neto and Carlos Andr{\'e} Zucco and Paulo Cascon},
  year={2013}
}
Correspondence: L.M.B. Brito (lucasmb15@yahoo.com) We studied the natural history of the leaf-litter toad, Rhinella hoogmoedi Caramaschi & Pombal, 2006, in a rain forest located in an altitudinal rocky remain within the Brazilian caatinga biome. Rhinella hoogmoedi was more abundant during the first half of the wet season, when recruitment of new cohorts was observed. Leaf litter was the most commonly used substrate and activity was mainly diurnal. There was a positive relation between maximum… CONTINUE READING

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