2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212013000300011
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Abstract: A supressão de paisagens naturais tem dizimado populações e/ou reduzido a área de ocorrência de muitas espécies de anuros, caso do Cerrado, dado o grande potencial econômico e velocidade de descaracterização por atividades humanas. Por este motivo, inventários de espécies são extremamente necessários nessas regiões que dependendo do grau de alteração ambiental podem prejudicar as atividades de dispersão e reprodução dos anuros. Este estudo tem por objetivo determinar a riqueza e a diversidade de modos reprodut… Show more

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“…The first amphibian inventory for the TM region, Giaretta et al (2008) found 32 species throughout the Araguari, Perdizes, and Uberlândia municipalities. Five years later, Conté et al (2013) recorded 40 amphibian species along the Tijuco River, in the Monte Alegre de Minas and Ituitaba municipalities. From all the amphibian species detected in the previous inventories, we did not find Ischnocnema penaxavantinho, Rhinella granulosa, Ameerega flavopicta, Dendropsophus rubicundulus, Boana paranaiba, Leptodactylus cunicularius, Leptodactylus sertanejo, Elachistocleis bicolor and Proceratophrys goyana (Giaretta et al 2008;Conté et al 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Five years later, Conté et al (2013) recorded 40 amphibian species along the Tijuco River, in the Monte Alegre de Minas and Ituitaba municipalities. From all the amphibian species detected in the previous inventories, we did not find Ischnocnema penaxavantinho, Rhinella granulosa, Ameerega flavopicta, Dendropsophus rubicundulus, Boana paranaiba, Leptodactylus cunicularius, Leptodactylus sertanejo, Elachistocleis bicolor and Proceratophrys goyana (Giaretta et al 2008;Conté et al 2013). Costa et al (2014) presented the first snake checklist in the TM region, reporting 43 species at the Nova Ponte Hydroelectric Power Plant, Nova Ponte municipality; we were only able to detect 13 of these species.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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