2008
DOI: 10.4013/nbc.20083.03
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Dieta de Lontra longicaudis (Olfers) (Carnivora, Mustelidae) em um arroio costeiro da região sul do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

Abstract: Resumo Este estudo apresenta dados referentes à composição da dieta de Lontra longicaudis em um arroio costeiro com vegetação ripária, localizado na região sul da Planície Costeira do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Entre fevereiro de 2007 e maio de 2008, 242 amostras de fezes e seis restos alimentares foram coletados em um trecho de aproximadamente 1.100 m do arroio Bolaxa, na Área de Proteção Ambiental da Lagoa Verde. Os itens identificados como os mais consumidos foram peixes (82,6%), seguidos por crustáceos dec… Show more

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“…Other identified invertebrates (gastropod mollusks, insects) occurred in relative low frequencies, which is in agreement with most of the previous studies (e.g. Helder-José and De Andrade, 1997;Quadros and Monteiro-Filho, 2001;Alarcon and Simões-Lopes, 2004;Kasper et al, 2004;Quintela et al 2008).…”
Section: Pluvial Channelsupporting
confidence: 81%
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“…Other identified invertebrates (gastropod mollusks, insects) occurred in relative low frequencies, which is in agreement with most of the previous studies (e.g. Helder-José and De Andrade, 1997;Quadros and Monteiro-Filho, 2001;Alarcon and Simões-Lopes, 2004;Kasper et al, 2004;Quintela et al 2008).…”
Section: Pluvial Channelsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…A noteworthy higher frequency of birds in the anthropogenic shallow lake samples is observed when compared to other studies (see Helder-José and De Andrade 1997;Pardini 1998;Colares and Waldemarin 2000;Quadros and Monteiro-Filho 2001;Kasper et al 2008, Quintela et al 2008 and with the other two systems sampled in the present study. In Lake A, two small islands are used as a dormitory mainly by egrets (Ardea alba, Egretta thula, E. caerulea, Bubulcus ibis), herons (Nycticorax nicticorax, Butorides striatus) and cormorants (Phalacrocorax brasilianus).…”
Section: Pluvial Channelcontrasting
confidence: 38%
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