2016
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2016-0168
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Abstract: PENIDO, G., ASTETE, S., FURTADO, M.M., JÁCOMO, A.T.A., SOLLMANN, R., TORRES, N., SILVEIRA, L., MARINHO FILHO, J. Density of ocelots in a semiarid environment in northeastern Brazil. Biota Neotropica. 16(4): e20160168. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1676-0611-BN-2016-0168Abstract: Ocelots play a key role in ecological communities as mesopredators affecting the lower trophic level and other mesopredators. They show great variability in ecological traits across their distribution, but knowledge of this species is miss… Show more

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“…Nevertheless, ocelot, a mesopredator, has been studied much less than larger, more charismatic, felids, such as jaguar ( Panthera onca ) and puma ( Puma concolor ). Since 2000, studies of ocelot using camera traps have proliferated (Blake et al., ; de Oliveira et al., ; Paviolo et al., ; Pratas‐Santiago, Gonçalves, da Maia Soares, & Spironello, ; Wang, ), in particular, those estimating the species’ abundance and density (Di Bitetti, Paviolo, De Angelo, & Di Blanco, ; Di Bitetti et al., ; Dillon & Kelly, ; Penido et al., ; Rocha, Sollmann, Ramalho, Ilha, & Tan, ). These studies have revealed various aspects of ocelot ecology (Supporting Information Table ), and three of them used the occupancy modeling framework: two of them investigated the interactions between ocelots and sympatric species (Massara, Paschoal, Bailey, Doherty, & Chiarello, ; Massara, de Oliveira Paschoal et al., ; Massara, Paschoal et al., ), the third investigated how an attractant affected detection (Cove, Spinola, Jackson, & Saenz, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, ocelot, a mesopredator, has been studied much less than larger, more charismatic, felids, such as jaguar ( Panthera onca ) and puma ( Puma concolor ). Since 2000, studies of ocelot using camera traps have proliferated (Blake et al., ; de Oliveira et al., ; Paviolo et al., ; Pratas‐Santiago, Gonçalves, da Maia Soares, & Spironello, ; Wang, ), in particular, those estimating the species’ abundance and density (Di Bitetti, Paviolo, De Angelo, & Di Blanco, ; Di Bitetti et al., ; Dillon & Kelly, ; Penido et al., ; Rocha, Sollmann, Ramalho, Ilha, & Tan, ). These studies have revealed various aspects of ocelot ecology (Supporting Information Table ), and three of them used the occupancy modeling framework: two of them investigated the interactions between ocelots and sympatric species (Massara, Paschoal, Bailey, Doherty, & Chiarello, ; Massara, de Oliveira Paschoal et al., ; Massara, Paschoal et al., ), the third investigated how an attractant affected detection (Cove, Spinola, Jackson, & Saenz, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite having more reports of Ocelot in this biome, including in secondary areas (Kaminski et al 2013), the majority of these records point to an occurrence restricted to the preserved forest environments of this semiarid ecosystem (Oliveira 2012;Silva & Palmeira 2014;Dias et al 2016;Delciellos 2016), generally related to regions with mesic climates and to strictly protected areas, which represent just over 1% of the biome (Hauff 2010) (Figure 1). Moreover, Penido et al (2016) found a low density of Ocelot in the Caatinga that must be related to the extreme conditions of this semiarid environment.…”
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confidence: 88%
“…KEYWORDS: conservation, human dimensions, jaguar, puma, semiarid A partir do resgate de algumas ações de órgãos públicos, academia e organizações do terceiro setor em unidades de conservação e fora delas, é possível ter uma aproximação à atenção que tem sido dispensada à pesquisa e conservação na Caatinga, com foco nos mamíferos carnívoros. Alguns trabalhos têm sido conduzidos para algumas espécies deste grupo (OLMOS, 1993;SILVEIRA et al, 2010;DIAS;BOCCHIGLIERI 2016aBOCCHIGLIERI , 2016bPENIDO et al, 2016;DIAS et al, 2019), porém, limitados a um ou poucos aspectos de sua ecologia.…”
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