2012
DOI: 10.15560/8.4.693
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Amphibians from southeastern state of Pará: Carajás Region, northern Brazil

Abstract: The region of Carajás in the southeast of the state of Pará, Brazil, harbors five reserves, with various managing categories, distributed throughout five municipalities. A list of amphibians known to occur in this region was compiled using information on the specimens deposited in the herpetological collection of the Goeldi Museum, collected during the past four decades (1969 - 2010). According to the available metadata, the species were tabulated in three environments: ombrophylous forest (rainforest), metalo… Show more

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“…In Brazilian Amazonia, it has been recorded from Amazonas (Lima et al 2005;França and Venâncio 2010;Pantoja and Fraga 2012) and Pará states (Caldwell and Araujo 2005;Avila-Pires et al 2010;Barros et al 2010;Mendes-Pinto and Souza 2011;Pinheiro et al 2012). In this study, we present the first record of the species in the state of Amapá, extending the species distribution in the Brazilian Amazonia by ca.…”
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confidence: 57%
“…In Brazilian Amazonia, it has been recorded from Amazonas (Lima et al 2005;França and Venâncio 2010;Pantoja and Fraga 2012) and Pará states (Caldwell and Araujo 2005;Avila-Pires et al 2010;Barros et al 2010;Mendes-Pinto and Souza 2011;Pinheiro et al 2012). In this study, we present the first record of the species in the state of Amapá, extending the species distribution in the Brazilian Amazonia by ca.…”
supporting
confidence: 57%
“…Although this species is not usual in altered habitats (La Marca 2008;IUCN 2012), in this study it was captured in disturbed areas. Pinheiro et al (2012) also assigned the occurrence of this species in "antropic areas" in the Carajás region, Pará.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…(Pinheiro et al 2012) to Urbano Santos municipality. All individuals were associated to slow lotic environments in gallery forests with palm trees ("buritizais"), with trees 10-15 m high.…”
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“…The map treefrog (Hypsiboas geographicus), family Hylidae, is an amphibian found in the ecosystems of northern Brazil (PINHEIRO et al, 2012) and has potential use in scientific research.…”
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confidence: 99%