2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842013000100023
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Abstract: Dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) in three landscapes in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. Dung Beetles are important for biological control of intestinal worms and dipterans of economic importance to cattle, because they feed and breed in dung, killing parasites inside it. They are also very useful as bioindicators of species diversity in agricultural or natural environments. The aims of this paper were to study the species richness, and abundance of dung beetles, helping to answer the question: are there di… Show more

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“…(), 303 Vu (), 304 Vu (), 305 Banks, Sandvik, and Keesecker (), 306 Barratt et al. (), 307 Blanche and Cunningham (), 308 Buse, Levanony, Timm, Dayan, and Assmann (), 309 Elek and Lovei (), 310 Ewers, Thorpe, and Didham (), 311 Gaublomme, Hendrickx, Dhuyvetter, and Desender (), 312 Gray, Slade, Mann, and Lewis (), 313 Jonsell (), 314 Légaré, Hébert, and Ruel (), 315 Mico, Garcia‐Lopez, Brustel, Padilla, and Galante (), 316 Noreika (), 317 Numa, Verdu, Rueda, and Galante (), 318 Nyeko (), 319 Otavo, Parrado‐Rosselli, and Noriega (), 320 Rodrigues, Uchoa, and Ide (), 321 Sugiura, Tsuru, Yamaura, and Makihara (), 322 Verdú et al. (), 323 Adum, Eichhorn, Oduro, Ofori‐Boateng, and Rodel (), 324 de Souza, de Souza, and Morato (), 325 Eigenbrod, Hecnar, and Fahrig (), 326 Faruk, Belabut, Ahmad, Knell, and Garner (), 327 Furlani, Ficetola, Colombo, Ugurlucan, and De Bernardi (), 328 Gutierrez‐Lamus (), 329 Hilje and Aide (), 330 Isaacs‐Cubides and Urbina‐Cardona (), 331 Ofori‐Boateng et al.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(), 303 Vu (), 304 Vu (), 305 Banks, Sandvik, and Keesecker (), 306 Barratt et al. (), 307 Blanche and Cunningham (), 308 Buse, Levanony, Timm, Dayan, and Assmann (), 309 Elek and Lovei (), 310 Ewers, Thorpe, and Didham (), 311 Gaublomme, Hendrickx, Dhuyvetter, and Desender (), 312 Gray, Slade, Mann, and Lewis (), 313 Jonsell (), 314 Légaré, Hébert, and Ruel (), 315 Mico, Garcia‐Lopez, Brustel, Padilla, and Galante (), 316 Noreika (), 317 Numa, Verdu, Rueda, and Galante (), 318 Nyeko (), 319 Otavo, Parrado‐Rosselli, and Noriega (), 320 Rodrigues, Uchoa, and Ide (), 321 Sugiura, Tsuru, Yamaura, and Makihara (), 322 Verdú et al. (), 323 Adum, Eichhorn, Oduro, Ofori‐Boateng, and Rodel (), 324 de Souza, de Souza, and Morato (), 325 Eigenbrod, Hecnar, and Fahrig (), 326 Faruk, Belabut, Ahmad, Knell, and Garner (), 327 Furlani, Ficetola, Colombo, Ugurlucan, and De Bernardi (), 328 Gutierrez‐Lamus (), 329 Hilje and Aide (), 330 Isaacs‐Cubides and Urbina‐Cardona (), 331 Ofori‐Boateng et al.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, pastures created in open vegetation areas such as Cerrado have less loss of dung beetle diversity than pastures surrounded by forests (Almeida-Neto and Ulrich 2011; Rodrigues et al 2013). This indicates that the responses of dung beetles to replacement of native forest by pasture are related to the geographical distribution of these species (Davis et al 2000) and biogeographical context of the study area (Horgan 2007;Rös et al 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Pastures surrounded by open vegetation such as Cerrado, Caatinga and Chaco have lower loss of species than pastures in forest landscapes (Vieira et al 2008;Almeida-Neto and Ulrich 2011;Rodrigues et al 2013;Scheffler 2005;Braga et al 2013;Korasaki et al 2013;Silva et al 2014). This is due to the fact that species of open areas are able to use pastures as habitat and cattle dung as a resource (Horgan 2007), because of past contact with dung of prairie mammal herbivores (Favila 2012).…”
Section: Replacement Of Forest By Pasture and Habitat Loss: Pattern Rmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Little is known about C. ferruginea behavior, especially as the scenery changes, but, like other beetles, this is sensitive to environmental changes, in a special way in biomes transition areas (Andresen, 2001;Rodrigues et al, 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%