2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2012.03.007
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Interactions between the Neotropical otter (Lontra longicaudis) and gillnet fishery in the southern Brazilian coast

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“…Otters are frequently killed in retaliation for stealing fish (Barbieri et al 2012), yet the impact of such human-induced mortality on Neotropical otter populations is not known (Rheingantz et al 2017a). Conflicts between fishermen and otters are common worldwide [e.g., Lutra lutra in the Czech Republic (Poledníková et al 2013) and Poland (Kloskowski, 2011), Pteronura brasiliensis in Brazil (Rosas-Ribeiro et al 2012) and Peru (Recharte et al 2008), and Lontra longicaudis among artisanal fishermen in southeastern Brazil (Barbieri et al 2012). Neotropical otters also prey on small farm animals, such as ducks and chickens, which roam freely in the riverside communities in our study area (Barbieri et al 2012).…”
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“…Otters are frequently killed in retaliation for stealing fish (Barbieri et al 2012), yet the impact of such human-induced mortality on Neotropical otter populations is not known (Rheingantz et al 2017a). Conflicts between fishermen and otters are common worldwide [e.g., Lutra lutra in the Czech Republic (Poledníková et al 2013) and Poland (Kloskowski, 2011), Pteronura brasiliensis in Brazil (Rosas-Ribeiro et al 2012) and Peru (Recharte et al 2008), and Lontra longicaudis among artisanal fishermen in southeastern Brazil (Barbieri et al 2012). Neotropical otters also prey on small farm animals, such as ducks and chickens, which roam freely in the riverside communities in our study area (Barbieri et al 2012).…”
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“…Conflicts between fishermen and otters are common worldwide [e.g., Lutra lutra in the Czech Republic (Poledníková et al 2013) and Poland (Kloskowski, 2011), Pteronura brasiliensis in Brazil (Rosas-Ribeiro et al 2012) and Peru (Recharte et al 2008), and Lontra longicaudis among artisanal fishermen in southeastern Brazil (Barbieri et al 2012). Neotropical otters also prey on small farm animals, such as ducks and chickens, which roam freely in the riverside communities in our study area (Barbieri et al 2012). In this context, the presence of domestic dogs near riverine communities appears to cause otters to become nocturnal (Rheingantz et al 2016(Rheingantz et al , 2017a.…”
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“…The neotropical otter is currently classified as near threatened by International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) (Rheingantz and Trinca 2015) since its populations has been exposed to great habitat loss and fragmentation, poaching, conflict with fishermen, pollution, and reduction of food availability (Chehébar 1990; Barbieri et al 2012; García-Hernández and Gallo-Reynoso 2013; Almeida and Pereira 2017). Concerning the Atlantic forests in Brazil, the species is considered vulnerable (Rodrigues et al 2013), especially as a consequence of biome destruction.…”
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