2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032012000400024
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Occurrence of thrushes in an urban fragment of Araucaria forest in southern Brazil

Abstract: Seasonal segregation among syntopic species can be viewed as one of the available strategies for coexistence, reducing competitive process. The present work therefore aimed to interpret the assemblage structures comprising birds of the genus Turdus (Turdidae), through the analysis of seasonal variation in the species occurrence in a forest remnant located in the southcenter State of Paraná. Mist-netting was employed twice a month for capturing birds, totalling an annual effort of 7488 h.m². The frequency of oc… Show more

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“…As in the present study, thrushes of the species T . rufiventris moved slowly near forest edges, but also spent considerable time in forest edges and were highly adapted to urbanized regions in others studies [ 34 35 ]. Both cover types—forest edges and urban areas—may consist of foraging sites and, therefore, birds would pass quickly through forest interior regions to reach the edge areas.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
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“…As in the present study, thrushes of the species T . rufiventris moved slowly near forest edges, but also spent considerable time in forest edges and were highly adapted to urbanized regions in others studies [ 34 35 ]. Both cover types—forest edges and urban areas—may consist of foraging sites and, therefore, birds would pass quickly through forest interior regions to reach the edge areas.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…Land cover composition of the entire study area included 51% pasture, 0.1% crops (mainly Citrus and corn fields), 14.9% urban areas, 1.1% water, 23.4% forest fragments, and 9.5% old plantations of Eucalyptus embedded in forested areas. We considered all non-forest cover types in the study area as potentially adequate habitat for the studied species due to their supposed tendency to use the space outside forests, especially during reproductive periods when fewer animals were observed in native forests [ 35 ].…”
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“…En áreas bien conservadas son más abundantes especies forestales de zorzal; como T. albicollis y T. flavipes (de Castro et al 2012;Rother et al 2016); mientras que en fragmentos forestales y zonas más antrópicas (parque urbanos; matas secundarias; reforestaciones; etc. ); otras especies como T. leucomelas; T. rufiventris o T. amaurochalinus suelen ser más comunes (Aleixo y Vielliard;Vogel et al 2012). De acuerdo con esto; el dispersor más común encontrado en la Mata São José fue T. leucomelas seguido de T. rufiventris y finalmente de T. amaurochalinus y T. albicollis.…”
Section: Eficacia De Dispersiónunclassified
“…Both migratory and non-migratory individuals were present at our study site during the reproductive season, and this was reflected in an increase in the abundance of this species on perches during the summer (Capllonch et al 2008, Vogel et al 2012. T. amaurochalinus is omnivorous (Gasperin & Pizo 2012) and one of the most important dispersers in agricultural areas or near agroecosystems (Pizo 2004).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%