Density of Primates in Four Semi-deciduous Forest Fragments of São Paulo, Brazil

@article{Martins2004DensityOP,
  title={Density of Primates in Four Semi-deciduous Forest Fragments of S{\~a}o Paulo, Brazil},
  author={Milene Moura Martins},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={14},
  pages={2321-2329}
}
Populational parameters of primates in the remaining southeastern Brazilian Atlantic Forest have been estimated, but investigations are biased to coastal evergreen sites. In this study density of three primate species was assessed through line-transect surveys in four semi-deciduous forest fragments (240 to 1450 ha) in Fazenda Barreiro Rico, eastern range of central Plateau of São Paulo state, Brazil. A total of 274 km was surveyed from January to October 2000. I estimated densities via… CONTINUE READING
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