2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032010000300017
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Fauna de morcegos em remanescentes urbanos de Cerrado em Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul

Abstract: fauna in urban remnants of Cerrado in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul. Biota Neotrop. 10(3): http://www.biotaneotropica.org.br/v10n3/en/ abstract?article+bn02910032010.Abstract: Campo Grande is the largest city of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul, located in the Cerrado domain, a biodiversity hotspot. Urban bat faunas have been poorly studied in Brazil, markedly in cities in the Cerrado region. The main objective here is describing composition, richness, and diversity of bat species which occur in the urban Ce… Show more

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“…Similar results were obtained in Cerrado in Minas Gerais by Knegt et al (2005) and in Mato Grosso do Sul by Ferreira et al (2010). In the present study, there was a tendency for diversity to be lower at the more disturbed sites, although diversity at site 2 was similar to that of the disturbed sites, due to the marked abundance of C. perspicillata and A. lituratus, which together accounted for 56% of the individuals captured.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
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“…Similar results were obtained in Cerrado in Minas Gerais by Knegt et al (2005) and in Mato Grosso do Sul by Ferreira et al (2010). In the present study, there was a tendency for diversity to be lower at the more disturbed sites, although diversity at site 2 was similar to that of the disturbed sites, due to the marked abundance of C. perspicillata and A. lituratus, which together accounted for 56% of the individuals captured.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…Inventories of bats in a number of different areas of the Cerrado have recorded between 11 and 25 species (Willig 1983, Gonçalves & Gregorin 2004, Bordignon 2006, Anacleto et al 2008, Camargo et al 2009, Bezerra & Marinho-Filho 2010, Ferreira et al 2010, Zortéa et al 2010, Silva & Anacleto 2011. The number of species recorded in the present study represents 26.2% of the total known to occur in the Cerrado biome, and 29.8% of those recorded in Mato Grosso (Peracchi et al 2011).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…3 central region of Cerrado (Marinho-Filho et al 1998, Rodrigues et al 2002, Bordignon 2006, Zortéa & Alho 2008, Zortéa et al 2010. Likewise, diversity of bat species in Sonora (H = 1.6) is comparable to that in southern Cerrado sites (H' = 1.5-1.8) (Camargo et al 2009, Cunha et al 2009, Ferreira et al 2010) but lower than in central Cerrado (H' = 2.2) (Zortéa & Alho 2008). Therefore, available data roughly indicate that richness and diversity of bats increase toward northern (or central region; based on Zortéa & Alho 2008) of Cerrado, a possibility that deserves studies.…”
Section: Artibeus Cinereusmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…In spite of bats have been increasingly surveyed in Mato Grosso do Sul (e.g. Camargo & Fischer 2004, Bordignon 2006, Longo et al 2007, Camargo et al 2009, Cunha et al 2009, Ferreira et al 2010, Alho et al 2011, there is a large gap of data in the northern Cerrado of this state (Bernard et al 2010). This region urges for biological inventories and conservation initiatives, because natural areas have been rapidly transformed into cattle ranches, monocultures, hydroelectric dams, and sucroalcohol facilities (Bernard et al 2010);(pers.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mares et al 1981, Willig 1983. Nos últimos 15 anos, houve um aumento considerável de estudos sobre os quirópteros do Cerrado e da Caatinga, envolvendo trabalhos de inventários e de ecologia de comunidades para o Mato Grosso (Gonçalves & Gregorin 2004), Mato Grosso do Sul (Bordignon 2006, Bordignon & França 2009, Cunha et al 2009, Ferreira et al 2010, Silveira et al 2011, Ceará (Silva et al 2001), Minas Gerais (e.g. Grelle et al 1997, Falcão et al 2003, Goiás (Bredt et al 1999, Rodrigues et al 2002, Esbérard et al 2005, Maranhão (Cruz et al 2007) e Piauí (Gregorin et al 2008a).…”
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