2019
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0671
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Abstract: The reduction and fragmentation of remnant vegetation habitats has been one of the main threats to Cerrado biodiversity. The aim of the present study is to make an inventory of medium and large mammal species in a Cerrado remnant and to assess deforestation influence on part of this fragment on the richness and composition of mammal species. The study was conducted in a Cerrado fragment in southeast Goias State, Ipameri County. Data were collected during three different periods (P1, January-June, 2014; P2, Dec… Show more

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“…We consider Cabassous squamicaudis as a full species as treated by Feijó & Langguth (2013). This species co-occurs with Cabassous tatouay in Goiás (Rodrigues et al 2002;Sanderson & Silveira, 2003;Rocha et al 2019) and, as well as for other species of armadillos, the number of records varied between studies, depending on the type of habitat, and the degree of conservation of surveyed areas. Tolypeutes tricinctus and C. tatouay were the rarest species throughout its range in Cerrado, including Goiás (Anacleto et al 2006;Ubaid et al 2010).…”
Section: Cingulatamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We consider Cabassous squamicaudis as a full species as treated by Feijó & Langguth (2013). This species co-occurs with Cabassous tatouay in Goiás (Rodrigues et al 2002;Sanderson & Silveira, 2003;Rocha et al 2019) and, as well as for other species of armadillos, the number of records varied between studies, depending on the type of habitat, and the degree of conservation of surveyed areas. Tolypeutes tricinctus and C. tatouay were the rarest species throughout its range in Cerrado, including Goiás (Anacleto et al 2006;Ubaid et al 2010).…”
Section: Cingulatamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The population in this basin is approximately 729,108 inhabitants, being mainly composed of an urban population (89%) [47]. The demographic structure of the basin has undergone an intense transformation since 1970, when the population changed from rural The population in this basin is approximately 729,108 inhabitants, being mainly composed of an urban population (89%) [47]. The demographic structure of the basin has undergone an intense transformation since 1970, when the population changed from rural to urban.…”
Section: Study Areamentioning
confidence: 99%