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“…Population studies are further complicated by the fact that armadillos cannot be captured with commercial traps. For instance, da Silva and Henriques () used Havahart traps over 9205 trap‐nights in a study on the population ecology of Dasypus septemcinctus and reported a capture success rate of 0.23%.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Population studies are further complicated by the fact that armadillos cannot be captured with commercial traps. For instance, da Silva and Henriques () used Havahart traps over 9205 trap‐nights in a study on the population ecology of Dasypus septemcinctus and reported a capture success rate of 0.23%.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mammal surveys can provide information on the occurrence of the species in this group, promoting the knowledge of the composition of these animals in a given place and time (ANTUNES; ESTON, 2009;HENRIQUES, 2009;SILVEIRA et al, 2010;CARMIGNOTTO;AIRES, 2011). From this information it can be planned strategies to plans and studies applied to mammals (ARAÚJO et al, 2008;COSTA et al, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Preserved areas of native vegetation and adjacent corridors directly contribute to the maintenance of mammalian diversity, and make sustainable environment for existing populations of wild mammals in one place HENRIQUES, 2009;DANTAS;DONATO, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The difference in the items recorded in the two sample types may be caused by variations in digestibility or mechanical resistance of the item, time of passage through the digestive tract or order of ingestion of each item (Kunz & Whitaker, 1983;Dickman & Huang, 1988;Kronfeld & Dayan, 1998). Besides contributing to the knowledge on the ecology of these species in the Caatinga, this work is one of the few existing studies on the feeding habits of D. septemcinctus and T. tricinctus (Silva, 2006). Despite the fact that their food habits are mainly insectivorous, the species studied, mainly armadillos, may play a role in seed main form of seed dispersion in the Caatinga (Griz & Machado, 2001 …”
Section: Sto N=4mentioning
confidence: 98%