2016
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2015-0105
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Abstract: Different physiognomies at Parque Nacional da Serra das Confusões (PNSCo) were intensively sampled aiming to access the distribution pattern of its herpetofauna. Sixty six species were found in the park (47 reptiles and 19 amphibians); the rarefaction curve for lizards, although not fully stabilized in an asymptote, indicates that the sampling effort was enough to reveal most lizard species occurring in the area; and richness estimators recovered values close to observed. For amphibians, the curve shows a weak… Show more

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“…The collection studied includes reptiles from five municipalities in the Middle Gurguéia region (MG), southwestern Piauí: Alvorada do Gurguéia (AG) 08°27'03.6"S, 43°52'05.05"W; Cristino Castro (CC) 08°47'36.0"S, 44°12'26.2"W; Palmeira do Piauí (PP) 08°43'32.7"S, 44°14'04.5"W; Redenção do Gurguéia (RG) 09°28'24.8"S, 44°36'2.30"W, and Bom Jesus (BJ) 09°05'18.6"S, 44°19'41.4"W. Figure 1 shows these areas in the Gurguéia River Basin and eight other areas previously inventoried in the Parnaíba River Basin, used here for comparison: the municipalities of Batalha (BT; Silva et al, 2015), Barras (BR; Benício et al, 2015b), Castelo do Piauí (CP; Rodrigues & Prudente, 2011), Picos (PC; Benício et al, 2015a), and the conservation units Parque Nacional Sete Cidades (7C; Rocha & Prudente, 2010), Parque Nacional Serra da Capivara (CA; Cavalcante et al, 2014), Estação Ecológica de Uruçuí-Una (UU; Dal Vechio et al, 2013), and Parque Nacional Serra das Confusões (CO;Dal Vechio et al, 2016). Notes on the geographic distribution of reptiles of the Parnaíba River Basin are provided in the discussion.…”
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“…The collection studied includes reptiles from five municipalities in the Middle Gurguéia region (MG), southwestern Piauí: Alvorada do Gurguéia (AG) 08°27'03.6"S, 43°52'05.05"W; Cristino Castro (CC) 08°47'36.0"S, 44°12'26.2"W; Palmeira do Piauí (PP) 08°43'32.7"S, 44°14'04.5"W; Redenção do Gurguéia (RG) 09°28'24.8"S, 44°36'2.30"W, and Bom Jesus (BJ) 09°05'18.6"S, 44°19'41.4"W. Figure 1 shows these areas in the Gurguéia River Basin and eight other areas previously inventoried in the Parnaíba River Basin, used here for comparison: the municipalities of Batalha (BT; Silva et al, 2015), Barras (BR; Benício et al, 2015b), Castelo do Piauí (CP; Rodrigues & Prudente, 2011), Picos (PC; Benício et al, 2015a), and the conservation units Parque Nacional Sete Cidades (7C; Rocha & Prudente, 2010), Parque Nacional Serra da Capivara (CA; Cavalcante et al, 2014), Estação Ecológica de Uruçuí-Una (UU; Dal Vechio et al, 2013), and Parque Nacional Serra das Confusões (CO;Dal Vechio et al, 2016). Notes on the geographic distribution of reptiles of the Parnaíba River Basin are provided in the discussion.…”
Section: Study Sitementioning
confidence: 99%
“…No collecting effort was available. The nomenclature follows recent taxonomic literature (Zaher et al, 2009;Wüster & Bérnils, 2011;Harvey et al, 2012;Dal Vechio et al, 2016). Following this study, all specimens were deposited in the Laboratório Especial de Coleções Zoológicas (LECZ), Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil (Appendix 1).…”
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