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Introduction: The Brazilian atlantic forest
The year 2000 marks 500 years of massive destruction for the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, as a consequence of the European colonization of Brazil. Today, the Atlantic Forest is restricted to ca 98,800 km2 of remnants, or 7.6 ...
Phenology of Atlantic rain forest trees: A comparative study
This paper describes the phenology of leaf, flower, and fruit phenology in the Atlantic rain forests of southeastern Brazil. For 17 months, we observed the phenological patterns of trees from two Atlantic forest types at ...
Distribution and abundance of arboreal species in the atlantic ombrophilous dense forest in Southeastern Brazil
(Kluwer Academic PublDordrechtHolanda, 2001)
VARIATION ON NATIVE VEGETATION COVER IN SAO PAULO: AN OVERVIEW OF CURRENT KNOWLEDGE
(Univ Federal VicosaVicosaBrasil, 2012)
Bird diversity and abundance in forest fragments and Eucalyptus plantations around an Atlantic forest reserve, Brazil
(Kluwer Academic Publ, 2001-05-01)
Little of Brazil's remaining Atlantic forest is protected, so it is important to assess how well the region's wildlife can persist in areas/habitats outside reserves. We studied bird diversity and abundance during 546 point ...
The potential of biomass accumulation in restored tropical forest: estimates from Atlantic Forest of Brazil.
(In: WORLD CONFERENCE ON ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION, 5., 2013, Madison. Reflections on the past, directions for the future: ook of abstracts. Madison: Society for Ecological Restoration, 2013., 2013)
Seed Predation by Rodents and Implications for Plant Recruitment in Defaunated Atlantic Forests
Rodents are known to perform post-dispersal seed predation in tropical rain forest, but there is little information on the identity of these seed predators and how they select their seeds. Using cafeteria experiments, we ...
Two new species of Guatteria (Annonaceae) from the Atlantic Forest of Brazil
Guatteria emarginata and G. stenocarpa, two new species from the Atlantic Forest in Espirito Santo and Bahia, Brazil, are presented here. Guatteria emarginata is characterized by narrowly obovate, verruculose leaves, densely ...