2018
DOI: 10.4257/oeco.2018.2201.07
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Abstract: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Resumo: A fragmentação, caça furtiva e invasão de espécies exóticas na Mata Atlântica são fatores importantes para a perda da biodiversidade de mamíferos de médio e grande porte neste bioma. A Reserva do Patrimônio Natural Alto-Montana (RPPN Alto-Montana), dominada pela Floresta Ombrófila Mista, caracterizada pela presença de Araucaria angustifolia (Pinales, Araucariaceae), se localiza na Serra da Mantiqu… Show more

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“…In long-term studies, the use of camera traps is extremely advantageous, since it is the cheapest method, does not require the presence of a researcher during sampling and increases the chances of correctly identifying species compared to footprints (Carvalho et al 2016). Mazza et al (2018), in a study in RPPN Alto-Montana in southern Minas Gerais, continuously used camera traps for three years and recorded 21 native and four exotic species of medium-and large-sized mammals.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In long-term studies, the use of camera traps is extremely advantageous, since it is the cheapest method, does not require the presence of a researcher during sampling and increases the chances of correctly identifying species compared to footprints (Carvalho et al 2016). Mazza et al (2018), in a study in RPPN Alto-Montana in southern Minas Gerais, continuously used camera traps for three years and recorded 21 native and four exotic species of medium-and large-sized mammals.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A riqueza de mamíferos de médio e grande porte nativos encontrada no campus da UFLA representa 55,5% das espécies registradas para a região do sul de Minas Gerais (Prado et al 2008, Eduardo & Passamani 2009, Laurindo et al 2017, Machado et al 2017, Rosa & Souza 2017, Mazza et al 2018 e 80% das registradas para o município de Lavras (Silva & Passamani 2009, Santos et al 2016. Esta alta representatividade da comunidade de mamíferos ressalta a importância da área do campus da UFLA na conservação deste grupo quando comparada a outras áreas altamente fragmentadas e fora de Unidades de Conservação (UCs) da região (Tabela 2), onde a riqueza reportada variou de 13 a 19 espécies (Silva & Passamani 2009, Machado et al 2017 quando comparada a UCs próximas, em que a média de espécies registradas foi de 21,6 (Prado et al 2008, Eduardo & Passamani 2009, Laurindo et al 2017, Rosa & Souza 2017, Mazza et al 2018), a riqueza de espécies do campus da UFLA se apresenta bastante alta, novamente evidenciando a importância da conservação da área para manutenção destas espécies na região, principalmente as ameaçadas de extinção. A curva de rarefação não se estabilizou provavelmente devido à presença de sete espécies com apenas um registro cada (C. brachyurus, C. unicinctus, E. barbara, L. guttulus, L. pardalis, P. cancrivorus e T. tetradactyla), acentuando a subida da curva e indicando a possibilidade de registros de novas espécies para a área.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…In the PRNH occurs 21 native species of medium and large mammals (Mazza et al 2018), while in INP occurs 22 species of native mammals (Aximoff et al 2015). Wild pig occurs in all PRNH territory and is the most frequent mammal species recorded in the area (Mazza et al 2018), however there is no evidence of its occurrence in the lower portion of INP. The white-lipped peccary is widespread in the lower portion of INP, but there is no recent record of this species in the PRNH, indicating a probable local extinction (De Abreu 2016).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We thus conducted a block experiment that limited the access of Araucaria seeds by mammals to identify seed removers and evaluate the rates of seed removal of both small and large granivores in areas with wild pig (and without white-lipped peccary) and areas without wild pig (and with white-lipped peccary). Beside both wild pig and white-lipped peccary are large granivores, wild pig is recognized as a highly invasive and competitive species (Massei & Genov 2004, Barrios-Garcia & Ballari 2012, so our hypothesis is that, in the area invaded by wild pig, the seed removal will be majoritarian executed by large mammals because of high frequency of occurrence of wild pigs in the area (Mazza et al 2018).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%