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Santos, A. S. ; Cazetta, E. ; Faria, D. ; Lima, T. ; Lopes, M. T. ; Carvalho, C. ; Alves-Pereira, A. ; Morante-Filho, José Carlos ; Gaiotto, F. A. 2023. Tropical forest loss and geographic location drive the functional genomic diversity of an endangered palm tree. Evolutionary Applications, (In press).


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Gómez-Bahamón, V., Chen, E.R., Tuero, D.T., Sabio, M. de las N., Tkach, K., Assis, M., Heming, N.M., Marini, M.Â., Bates, J.M., 2023. Egg shape variation across the distribution of the partially migratory fork-tailed flycatcher Tyrannus savana. Journal of Avian Biology 2023, e03006.


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Dodonov, P., Cazetta, E. 2023. Pollinators and the habitat fragmentation puzzle. Nature Ecology & Evolution.

Cudney-Valenzuela, Sabine J., Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez, José C. Morante-Filho, Tarin Toledo-Aceves, and Ellen Andresen. 2023. “Tropical Forest Loss Impoverishes Arboreal Mammal Assemblages by Increasing Tree Canopy Openness.” Ecological Applications 33(1): e2744. eap.2744 

Pires, M. M., M. Benchimol, L. R. Cruz, and C. A. Peres. 2023. Terrestrial food web complexity in Amazonian forests decays with habitat loss. Current Biology 33:389-396.e383

Colombo, G. T.,  Di Ponzio, R.,  Benchimol, M.,  Peres, C. A., &  Bobrowiec, P. E. D. 2023.  Functional diversity and trait filtering of insectivorous bats on forest islands created by an Amazonian mega dam. Functional Ecology,  37,  99– 111.

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da Costa-Pinto, Anna Ludmilla,  Bovendorp, Ricardo S.,  Bocchiglieri, Adriana,  Caccavo, Aldo,  Delciellos, Ana Cláudia,  Malhado, Ana Cláudia,  de Almeida, Ana Karolina Rodrigues, et al.  2023. “ Small Mammals from the Caatinga: A Dataset for the Brazilian Semiarid Biome.” Ecology  104( 1): e3879.

Alves-Ferreira, G., Katzenberger, M., Fava, F.G. et al. 2023. Roundup Original DI® and thermal stress affect survival, morphology and thermal tolerance in tadpoles of Boana faber (Hylidae, Anura). Ecotoxicology 32, 93–101 .

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Alves-Ferreira, G., Giné, G.A.F., Fortunato, D. de S., Solé, M., Heming, N.M., 2022. Projected responses of Cerrado anurans to climate change are mediated by biogeographic character. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 20, 126–131.

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Alves-Ferreira, G., Talora, D.C., Solé, M., Cervantes-López, M.J., Heming, N.M., 2022. Unraveling global impacts of climate change on amphibians distributions: A life-history and biogeographic-based approach. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10.

Dodonov, P., A. L. Braga, L. H. Arruda, G. Alves-Ferreira, and D. M. Silva-Matos. 2022. Is leaf fluctuating asymmetry related to plant and leaf size in Miconia albicans, a common Melastomataceae species? Braz J Biol 84:e260884.


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Heming, N.M., Schroth, G., Talora, D.C., Faria, D., 2022. Cabruca agroforestry systems reduce vulnerability of cacao plantations to climate change in southern Bahia. Agronomy for Sustainable Development  42, 48.

Cerqueira, A. F., Santos, A. S., de Oliveira Alencar, C., de Oliveira, G. S., Santos, C. S., Schilling, A. C., ... & Mielke, M. S. 2022. Landscape conservation and maternal environment affect genetic diversity and the physiological responses of Euterpe edulis (Arecaceae) progenies to light availability. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 194, 104722

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Bonfim, F.C.G., Dodonov, P., Guimarães, P.R., Jr. and Cazetta, E. 2022. Habitat loss shapes the structure and species roles in tropical plant–frugivore networks. Oikos e09399.


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da Silva Rocha, J.I., Menezes, G.S.C., Cazetta, E. et al. 2022. Seed rain across fire-created edges in a neotropical rainforest. Plant Ecology 223, 247–261

Mota, F. M. M.,  Heming, N. M.,  Morante-Filho, J. C., &  Talora, D. C. 2022.  Climate change is expected to restructure forest frugivorous bird communities in a biodiversity hot-point within the Atlantic Forest. Diversity and Distributions,  28, 2886–2897.


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Carlo, T.A., Cazetta, E., Traveset, A., Guimarães, P.R. and McConkey, K.R. 2022. Special issue: Fruits, animals and seed dispersal: timely advances on a key mutualism. Oikos 2022.


Nevo, O., E. Cazetta, A. Classen, and J. Kuppler. 2022. Editorial: Anthropogenic stressors and animal–plant interactions: Implications for pollination and seed dispersal. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10

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Rios, E., Benchimol, M., De Vleeschouwer, K. and Cazetta, E. 2022. Spatial predictors and species’ traits: evaluating what really matters for medium-sized and large mammals in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil. Mammal Review, 52: 236-251.

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Anjos, A. G., S. T. Alvarado, M. Solé, and M. Benchimol. 2022. Patch and landscape features drive fire regime in a Brazilian flammable ecosystem. Journal for Nature Conservation 69:126261.

Antunes, Ana Carolina,  Montanarin, Anelise,  Gräbin, Diogo Maia,  dos Santos Monteiro, Erison Carlos,  de Pinho, Fernando Ferreira,  Alvarenga, Guilherme Costa,  Ahumada, Jorge, et al.  2022. “ AMAZONIA CAMTRAP: A Data Set of Mammal, Bird, and Reptile Species Recorded with Camera Traps in the Amazon Forest.” Ecology  103( 9): e3738.

Leal A, Benchimol M, Costa HCM, Faria D and Cazetta E. 2022. Impacts of landscape-scale forest loss and a dry event on the demographic structure of the endangered palm Euterpe edulis Mart. in the Atlantic Forest. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5:909901.

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Araújo-Santos, I., J. C. Morante-Filho, S. Oliveira, J. P. Cabral, L. Rocha-Santos, C. R. Cassano, D. Faria, and M. Benchimol. 2021. Seed rain in cocoa agroforests is induced by effects of forest loss on frugivorous birds and management intensity. Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 313:107380.


Morante-Filho, J.C., Benchimol, M. & Faria, D. 2021. Landscape composition is the strongest determinant of bird occupancy patterns in tropical forest patches. Landscape Ecology 36, 105–117.

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Hambuckers, Alain, Franck Trolliet, Astrid Simon, Eliana Cazetta, and Larissa Rocha-Santos. 2020. Seed Removal Rates in Forest Remnants Respond to Forest Loss at the Landscape Scale. Forests 11, no. 11: 1144.


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