2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032007000200023
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Abstract: The araneofauna of the Neotropical region can be considered undersurveyed and lacking standardized inventories that can be used as a base for biodiversity studies. Spiders are recognized as important components of forest ecosystems and appear to be good organisms for studies concerning biodiversity standards. A survey was carried out in the Parque Estadual do Turvo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil to determine the richness and composition of the spider fauna. The Park is a protection area that includes the only rema… Show more

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“…other inventories as well (podgaiski et al, 2007;BaldisseRa et al, 2008), being known from grass and scrub vegetation (levi, 1995). This holds true here as well, since most (45%) of these spiders were found in the grassland edge.…”
Section: 4mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…other inventories as well (podgaiski et al, 2007;BaldisseRa et al, 2008), being known from grass and scrub vegetation (levi, 1995). This holds true here as well, since most (45%) of these spiders were found in the grassland edge.…”
Section: 4mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…11), being represented mostly in the forest interior (66%), but not recorded in Sinos riparian forests. It has been sampled from restinga shurbland and seasonal deciduous forest in RS State (RodRigues, 2005;podgaiski et al, 2007). Micratena guanabara was recorded from all rivers also with a preference for forest interior (92%); it was not recorded for either autumn or winter (Fig.…”
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“…There have been many spider community studies in the neotropics Dias et al 2005;Indicatti et al 2005;Raizer et al 2005;Sandoval 2005;Pinkus-Rendón et al 2006;Podgaiski et al 2007). As a typical megadiverse group, spiders have gained wide acceptance in ecological studies as indicators of environmental quality (Clausen 1986;Maelfait et al 1990;Churchill 1997).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%