2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842002000200010
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Abstract: Five species of anuran amphibians, all belonging to the family Hylidae, were collected at Praia das Neves, municipality of President Kennedy, southeastern Brazil. The species were represented by four genera: Scinax, Hyla, Aparasphenodon, and Trachycephalus. Four species (A. brunoi, Hyla albomarginata, Scinax altera, and S. cuspidatus) were found during the dry season (August 1999), and two (A. brunoi and Trachycephalus nigromaculatus) in the rainy season (February 2000). Aparasphenodon brunoi was the most abun… Show more

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“…An accidental ingestion of plant material when capturing prey has been reported for some treefrog species (e.g. Oplinger, 1967;Rossa-Feres, 1997;Sluys and Rocha, 1998;Teixeira et al, 2002;Santos et al, 2004;Mahan and Johnson, 2007).…”
Section: Itemsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…An accidental ingestion of plant material when capturing prey has been reported for some treefrog species (e.g. Oplinger, 1967;Rossa-Feres, 1997;Sluys and Rocha, 1998;Teixeira et al, 2002;Santos et al, 2004;Mahan and Johnson, 2007).…”
Section: Itemsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Apesar de terem sido observados machos vocalizando no interior de bromélias no ambiente LA, não foram encontrados ovos, girinos ou casais em amplexo que pudessem indicar o uso das bromélias como sítio de oviposição por essa espécie. A ocorrência de outras espécies do gênero Scinax no interior de bromélias já foi documentada em outros estudos no estado do Espírito Santo, como S. alter e S. cuspidatus em Praia das Neves (Teixeira et al, 2002) e S. argyreornatus e S. perpusilus em Santa Teresa e Fundão (Teixeira e Rödder, 2007).…”
Section: Distribuição Espacial E Sazonalunclassified
“…Bromeliads are considered to be important microhabitats for several species, as they provide moisture, shelter, and breeding sites, especially in environments with high air temperatures, low soil and air moistures, and absence of bodies of water (Dejean and Olmsted 1997, Richardson 1999, Schineider and Teixeira 2001, Teixeira et al 2002. However, PC3, associated with the number of terrestrial bromeliads, was not able to explain the anurans spatial distribution in the area studied.…”
Section: Environmental Variables Determining Community Structurementioning
confidence: 91%