Habitat use by Oncifelis guigna and Pseudalopex culpaeus in a fragmented forest landscape in central Chile

@article{AcostaJamett2004HabitatUB,
  title={Habitat use by Oncifelis guigna and Pseudalopex culpaeus in a fragmented forest landscape in central Chile},
  author={Gerardo Acosta-Jamett and Javier A. Simonetti},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={1135-1151}
}
Native forests in Chile have been replaced by exotic plantations, generating a mosaic of forest fragments immersed in a matrix of plantations and farms. This landscape change could affect habitat availability for native carnivores such as Oncifelis guigna (Felidae) and Pseudalopex culpaeus (Canidae). We determine the potential impact of native forest fragmentation on these species, assessinghabitat use by these carnivores. The study was carried out in continuous forest (150 ha), native forest… CONTINUE READING
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