volume 102, issue 2, P150-158 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212012000200006
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Medium and large sized mammalians and their relation to habitat patches at the Botucatu cuesta, state of São Paulo, Brazil. The region of the Botucatu cuesta is characterized by a great topographic gradient and a mosaic of several kinds of natural vegetation patches (seasonal semideciduous forests, savannas and gallery forests), and is a fragmented anthropogenic landscape with a predominance of pastures, sugar-cane, citrus and eucalyptus plantations. Within this region, the Edgardia Experimental Far…

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