2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212008000300018
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. We studied the pattern of habitat use by the tree frog Scinax aff. perereca. Fieldworks were performed from August 1996 to August 1997 at Parque das Mangabeiras, Belo Horizonte, State of Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil. Calling males were observed in September, October and December 1996, February to April and June 1997. Females were found only in October 1996. Specimens were found perched on vegetation, on the ground or on stones near waterfall. At Parque das Mangabeiras, S. aff. perereca occupied … Show more

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“…Although our data is insufficient to confirm that selection of different microhabitat across the canopy could be influenced by resource choices of frogs (Ra et al, 2008), there could be several factors operating. These may include abundance of conspecifics (Galdino et al, 2008) and activities of the neighbor (Given, 1993). Brief notes on combat behavior were documented for the first time in Sri Lanka by Arak (1983).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The identity of specimens reported as Scinax aff. perereca in Minas Gerais by Galdino et al (2008) from Belo Horizonte and by Lacerda et al (2009) from Araponga and Fervedouro requires corroboration, but they also likely correspond to S. hayii.…”
Section: Distribution Northeastern and Southeastern Brazil Frommentioning
confidence: 92%