Native plantations as an important element for biodiversity in vanishing forested landscapes : A study of the near threatened araucaria tit spinetail ( Leptasthenura setaria , Furnariidae

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Although forest loss is still a problem worldwide, estimated rates of deforestation have declined in the last decade, primarily because of an increase in the area of tree plantations.This leads to the central question of how suitable plantations are for indigenous species. Native plantations are thought to have higher value for biodiversity than plantations… (More)

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