2019
DOI: 10.4257/oeco.2019.2302.02
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Mamíferos Do Parque Nacional Da Serra Dos Órgãos: Atualização Da Lista De Espécies E Implicações Para a Conservação

Abstract: A lista mais recente dos mamíferos que ocorrem no Parque Nacional da Serra dos Órgãos (PARNASO), com 79 registros, consta no seu segundo Plano de Manejo, publicado em 2008. O presente estudo teve como objetivo atualizar a lista de espécies de mamíferos do PARNASO, inserindo novos registros de espécies obtidos através de dados primários e revisão bibliográfica, considerando o período de 2002 a 2018. A revisão da lista do Plano de Manejo resultou em 75 registros válidos. Destes, três espécies foram consideradas … Show more

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“…Most of the large and medium-sized mammals present in TNP are not considered threatened to extinction but Sapajus nigritus Goldfuss, 1809 is considered "Near threatened" (NT) by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (Martins et al 2019) and the Brazilian Red Book of Threatened Species of Fauna (ICMBio 2018) and A. guariba is considered as "Critically Endangered" (CR) by the Brazilian Red Book (ICMBio 2018). Species richness of large and medium-sized mammals in TNP is lower than in two other larger and more well-preserved Atlantic Forest protected areas (PAs) in Rio de Janeiro state -Itatiaia National Park harbors 34 species (Aximoff et al 2015) and Serra dos Órgãos National Park harbors 39 species (Cronemberger et al 2019). The absence of apex predators in TNP is the main reason for that difference.…”
Section: H Hydrochaeris Have Semi-aquatic Habits and Anmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most of the large and medium-sized mammals present in TNP are not considered threatened to extinction but Sapajus nigritus Goldfuss, 1809 is considered "Near threatened" (NT) by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (Martins et al 2019) and the Brazilian Red Book of Threatened Species of Fauna (ICMBio 2018) and A. guariba is considered as "Critically Endangered" (CR) by the Brazilian Red Book (ICMBio 2018). Species richness of large and medium-sized mammals in TNP is lower than in two other larger and more well-preserved Atlantic Forest protected areas (PAs) in Rio de Janeiro state -Itatiaia National Park harbors 34 species (Aximoff et al 2015) and Serra dos Órgãos National Park harbors 39 species (Cronemberger et al 2019). The absence of apex predators in TNP is the main reason for that difference.…”
Section: H Hydrochaeris Have Semi-aquatic Habits and Anmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A fauna também é influenciada pela diversidade de habitat criada pela variação na topografia e na flora. Com relação a mamíferos, há registros recentes da ocorrência de 200 espécies, sendo 26 classificadas em alguma categoria de ameaça (Cronemberger et al, 2019), além de quatro espécies consideradas localmente extintas: onça pintada, Panthera onca (Linnaeus, 1758), anta, Tapirus terrestris (Linnaeus, 1758), queixada, Tayassu pecari (Link, 1795) e o veado (Mazama sp.). Cinco espécies de felinos silvestres têm ocorrência recente confirmada no PARNASO: onça parda ou suçuarana, Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771), jaguatirica, Leopardus pardalis (Linnaeus, 1758), gato maracajá, Leopardus wiedii (Schinz, 1821), gato-do-mato-pequeno, Leopardus guttulus (Hensel, 1872) e o gato mourisco, Herpailurus yagouaroundi (É. Geoffroy, 1803).…”
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“…The Serra dos Órgãos mountain range is part of the Serra do Mar mountain system in Rio de Janeiro state. The PARNASO was created in 1939 and it covers the municipalities of Guapimirim, Magé, Petrópolis and Teresópolis (Cronemberger and Castro 2007). Most of the park’s vegetation consists of dense ombrophilous forests, but there are also sparse areas with open vegetation or “campos de altitude” (Veloso et al 1991).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The great elevational gradient (ca. 100 to 2285 m) in a relatively small area has been suggested as the main factor in the formation of this unique and highly diverse environment (Cronemberger and Castro 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%