2021
DOI: 10.15406/ijh.2021.05.00291
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Urbanization promotes the local extinction of odonatas in veredas from Minas Gerais/Brazil

Abstract: The order Odonata is one of the most fascinating among insects, with an estimated 6,000 described species. Little is known about the Odonata fauna in many regions of Brazil; including Vereda’s areas. This unique plant formations occur only in Brazil. Despite being considered a preservation area, for over 70 years; there are a continuous degradation of this unique formation. The aim of this study was to survey the species of Odonata that occur in four areas of Veredas, within the urban perimeter of Uberaba/Mina… Show more

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“…Insects are of inestimable importance for environmental, social and economic sustainability (Pimenta, Vilela, Pelli, 2021). The functioning of ecosystems, as we know it, is only possible thanks to their constituents, including this group with the largest living biodiversity on the planet (Macedo et.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Insects are of inestimable importance for environmental, social and economic sustainability (Pimenta, Vilela, Pelli, 2021). The functioning of ecosystems, as we know it, is only possible thanks to their constituents, including this group with the largest living biodiversity on the planet (Macedo et.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%