2018
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0575
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Abstract: Habitat fragmentation is one of the principal causes of the decline of species worldwide, and the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and Cerrado savanna biomes are among the most severely affected by this process. While highly fragmented, remnants of Atlantic Forest can still be found within the Cerrado domain of southern Goiás, where previous studies have revealed high levels of biodiversity. To inventory the mammalian species that occur in the region, two fragments of semideciduous Atlantic Forest were sampled betwee… Show more

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“…In general, species of Cingulata listed for the state are common and widely distributed, being found in different types of environments and domains. The nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) and the yellow armadillo (Euphractus sexcinctus) are the most frequent species (Rodrigues et al 2002;Bernardo & Melo 2013;Calaça et al 2018;Feijó et al 2018), being tolerant to disturbed environments, although they are rare in places where they suffer intense hunting pressure (Cabral et al 2017). We consider Cabassous squamicaudis as a full species as treated by Feijó & Langguth (2013).…”
Section: Cingulatamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In general, species of Cingulata listed for the state are common and widely distributed, being found in different types of environments and domains. The nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) and the yellow armadillo (Euphractus sexcinctus) are the most frequent species (Rodrigues et al 2002;Bernardo & Melo 2013;Calaça et al 2018;Feijó et al 2018), being tolerant to disturbed environments, although they are rare in places where they suffer intense hunting pressure (Cabral et al 2017). We consider Cabassous squamicaudis as a full species as treated by Feijó & Langguth (2013).…”
Section: Cingulatamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Blackpencilled marmosets can reach high densities and be more common in degraded areas (Grande et al 2020), and were not registered in protected areas such as Parque Nacional das Emas (Rodrigues et al 2002), and Chapada dos Veadeiros (Ferreguetti et al 2019). The geographical distribution of Sapajus cay reaches Goiás state (IUCN 2020), where it was recorded in Atlantic Forest enclaves in the municipalities of Aporé and Itajá, southwestern of the state (Calaça et al 2018;Gusmão et al 2018). Habitat loss has been the main threat for capuchin monkeys.…”
Section: Primatesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All field methods show some degree of specificity in species detection; that is, each method tends to detect some species better or quicker than others [ 16 , 17 ]. Further, as different survey methods may also show different efficiency (their ability to detect as many species as possible during a given operation period) and consistency (their ability to keep a high efficiency over sampling replicates), multiple, complementary survey methods are often used to increase the chances that every mammal species in the assemblage is detected [ 18 , 19 ]. Species-specificity of detection methods introduces a new trade-off, because the use of several methods involves not only a higher cost but also longer times of deployment, handling, and checking, thus reducing the agility needed in rapid surveys.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Cerrado biome is the second largest in Brazil, occupying an area of approximately 24%, and it is considered the richest savanna in the world (Aguiar et al, 2016), with a high endemism index (Calaça et al, 2018). Due to its extension, the Cerrado presents transition zones with almost all other national biomes, being responsible for the formation of the main Brazilian rivers (Aguiar et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%