2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032011000200023
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Anurofauna em área de cerrado aberto no município de Borebi, estado de São Paulo, Sudeste do Brasil: uso do habitat, abundância e variação sazonal

Abstract: Anurans in an open cerrado area in the municipality of Borebi, São Paulo state, Southeastern Brazil: habitat use, abundance and seasonal variation. Biota Neotrop. 11(2): http:// www.biotaneotropica.org.br/v11n2/en/abstract?article+bn04011022011Abstract: Cerrado biome is mischaracterized and less than three percent of its original areas are legally protected. The anuran fauna of this biome is not very rich when compared with others biomes, but there are a large number of endemic species. Here we present a list … Show more

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“…We selected four anuran species that are associated with forested habitats (or with their borders)-either with different forest physiognomies in the Atlantic Forest or with gallery forests along streams and rivers in the Cerrado (Brasileiro et al 2005;Santos et al 2009;Brassaloti et al 2010;Maffei et al 2011). Hypsiboas faber and Itapotihyla langsdorffii have wide geographic ranges throughout the different eco-regions in the Atlantic Forest (moist forests or semideciduous/deciduous forests; see .…”
Section: Species Studied and Occurrence Recordsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…We selected four anuran species that are associated with forested habitats (or with their borders)-either with different forest physiognomies in the Atlantic Forest or with gallery forests along streams and rivers in the Cerrado (Brasileiro et al 2005;Santos et al 2009;Brassaloti et al 2010;Maffei et al 2011). Hypsiboas faber and Itapotihyla langsdorffii have wide geographic ranges throughout the different eco-regions in the Atlantic Forest (moist forests or semideciduous/deciduous forests; see .…”
Section: Species Studied and Occurrence Recordsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the present study, we want to explore the extent to which habitat loss influences the species distribution and when it culminates in a total exclusion of the species in a given area, thus redefining its geographic limits. Then, we selected four anuran amphibians that are known to predominantly occur in pristine habitats of the Atlantic Forest and Cerrado hotspots (Brasileiro et al 2005;Santos et al 2009;Brassaloti et al 2010;Maffei et al 2011), but alternatively have not been recorded in some intensively impacted areas relatively close to preserved ones (Vasconcelos and Rossa-Feres 2005;Santos et al 2007;Rossa-Feres et al 2012). Santos et al (2009) emphasized that the four anurans selected may have been affected by habitat loss in one of the most impacted Brazilian areas, an area which has experienced land conversions to agricultural and pasture systems.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The coexistence of several anuran species is possible due to the exploitation of microhabitats with distinct characteristics (Cardoso et al 1989, Pombal Jr. 1997, Vasconcelos & RossaFeres 2005, Kopp & Eterovick 2006, Maffei & Jim 2011, where the occupation of different sites of reproduction by synchronopatric species of anurans can function as a mechanism of isolation (Andrade 1994, Á vila & Ferreira 2004, Vieira et al 2007. However, other factors may have an influence in species segregation, such as differentiation in advertisement calls (Pombal Jr. 1997), morphological and behavioral features (Crump 1974, Toft 1985, historical factors (Eterovick & Fernandes 2001), seasonality, habitat and predation (Eterovick & Sazima 2000) and stochastic processes (Bonner et al 1997).…”
Section: Spatial Distributionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Cerrado biome is the second largest Brazilian plant formation, being quite heterogeneous and peculiar, with a valuable chemical arsenal (Maffei et al, 2011;Maracahipes et al, 2011). Among the agricultural activities developed in this biome, livestock farming currently occupies the largest area (Rodrigues and Miziara, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%