2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032011000300032
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First record of the invasive alien species Axis axis (Erxleben, 1777) (Artiodactyla: Cervidae) in Brazil

Abstract: Abstract:The exotic alien species Axis axis was introduced in the Americas at the beginning of last century and since then has established itself, expanding its distribution. This is the first record of this species in Brazil. In the extreme south of the country, an individual of A. axis was recorded with a camera trap in the Espinilho State Park. The area is close to the border of Uruguay and Argentina, countries where the species is established and from where this individual presumably originated. The Pampas… Show more

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“…Our new record extends the geographic distribution of the invasive exotic species Axis axis 750 km north of its first and only record in southern Brazil where one male individual was recorded in 2010 at Espinilho State Park, in Rio Grande do Sul, on the border with Argentina ; 2, Río Negro (40°45'S, 068°00'W); 3, La Pampa (38°14'S, 064°32'W); 4, Buenos Aires (37°59'S, 060°05'W); 5, Santa Fe (33°08'S, 062°57'W); 6, Colonia (34°01'S, 057°56'W); 7, Espinilho State Park (30°11'S, 057°29'W); 8, Área de Proteção Ambiental de Ibirapuitã (29º54'S, 055°45'W); and 9, São José do Cedro (26°28'S, 053°30'W). (Sponchiado et al 2011). However, since 2015, there have been reports by local people on the Brazilian border with Uruguay (Área de Proteção Ambiental de Ibiraiputã) of at least 30 occurrences of Axis Deer (visualizations, individuals found dead in crops and poached animals) that have been confirmed by photographs (Rosa et al…”
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“…Our new record extends the geographic distribution of the invasive exotic species Axis axis 750 km north of its first and only record in southern Brazil where one male individual was recorded in 2010 at Espinilho State Park, in Rio Grande do Sul, on the border with Argentina ; 2, Río Negro (40°45'S, 068°00'W); 3, La Pampa (38°14'S, 064°32'W); 4, Buenos Aires (37°59'S, 060°05'W); 5, Santa Fe (33°08'S, 062°57'W); 6, Colonia (34°01'S, 057°56'W); 7, Espinilho State Park (30°11'S, 057°29'W); 8, Área de Proteção Ambiental de Ibirapuitã (29º54'S, 055°45'W); and 9, São José do Cedro (26°28'S, 053°30'W). (Sponchiado et al 2011). However, since 2015, there have been reports by local people on the Brazilian border with Uruguay (Área de Proteção Ambiental de Ibiraiputã) of at least 30 occurrences of Axis Deer (visualizations, individuals found dead in crops and poached animals) that have been confirmed by photographs (Rosa et al…”
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confidence: 99%
“…1), A. axis was introduced in the province of La Pampa in 1906 (Lever 1985), in the province of Buenos Aires in 1930 (Navas 1987), and later in Santa Fé, Neuquén, and Rio Negro (Petrides 1975). This species has become established in the wild in Argentina, and populations have been expanding their distribution across the country (Sponchiado et al 2011).…”
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