2021
DOI: 10.1590/1809-6891v22e-67449
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Thayná Silva Batista,
Camila Dornellas Estevão,
Débora Caliari de Lima
et al.

Abstract: Abstract Habitat loss and fragmentation are the main causes of biodiversity decline, since changes in environmental and ecological conditions directly affect species richness, abundance, and distribution. This study aimed to identify medium- and large-sized mammals occurring in three Atlantic Forest remnants located in the Barbacena campus of the Federal Institute of Southeast Minas Gerais (IFSudesteMG). The species were recorded in track plots and through active search for direct and indirect signs. 16 specie…

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