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@Article{DalponteLimaKlorLuz:2018:CaCaRe,
               author = "Dalponte, Julio C. and Lima, Herson S. and Klorfine, Stuart and 
                         Luz, Nelton Cavalcante da",
          affiliation = "{Instituto para a Conserva{\c{c}}{\~a}o dos Carn{\'{\i}}voros 
                         Neotropicais (PR{\'O}-CARN{\'{\I}}VOROS)} and {Universidade do 
                         Estado de Mato Grosso (UNEMAT)} and {} and {Instituto Nacional de 
                         Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "Home range and spatial organization by the Hoary Fox Lycalopex 
                         vetulus (Mammalia: Carnivora: Canidae): response to social 
                         disruption of two neighboring pairs",
              journal = "Journal of Threatened Taxa",
                 year = "2018",
               volume = "10",
               number = "6",
                pages = "11703--11709",
             keywords = "Catle pastures, movement paterns, South American Canidae, 
                         territoriality.",
             abstract = "The Hoary Fox Lycalopex vetulus, is a small omnivore-insectvore 
                         canid inhabitng open environments/areas of the Brazilian savannah, 
                         whose spatal organizaton and territoriality is stll unknown. Space 
                         use and social organizaton of two breeding pairs with adjacent 
                         home ranges were determined through radio tracking from October 
                         2002 to April 2003 in a mosaic of cultvated pastures and Cerrado 
                         vegetaton in eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil. Home ranges were 140299 
                         ha in size, with individual areas of the male and female in each 
                         breeding pair overlapping extensively. Afer the death of both 
                         individuals of one pair, the neighboring pair progressively 
                         occupied the vacant space, expanding markedly its range into about 
                         half the area originally occupied by the previous pair. Factors 
                         driving a pair of Hoary Foxes to expand their territory into a 
                         vacant area afer death of the neighboring pair were not clearly 
                         determined. Absence of territorial defence, however, could have 
                         contributed to the range shif observed. This is the frst tme that 
                         the response of neighboring foxes to social disrupton of an 
                         adjacent pair has been documented for Hoary Foxes. RESUMO: A 
                         raposa-do-campo Lycalopex vetulus, {\'e} um pequeno 
                         can{\'{\i}}deo insetvoro-omn{\'{\i}}voro que habita ambientes 
                         abertos da savana brasileira, cuja organiza{\c{c}}{\~a}o 
                         espacial e territorialidade ainda {\'e} desconhecida. Uso do 
                         espa{\c{c}}o e organiza{\c{c}}{\~a}o social de dois casais 
                         reprodutvos com {\'a}reas domiciliares adjacentes foram 
                         determinadas atrav{\'e}s de rastreamento por r{\'a}dio 
                         telemetria de outubro de 2002 a abril de 2003 em um mosaico de 
                         pastagens e vegeta{\c{c}}{\~a}o de Cerrado no leste de Mato 
                         Grosso, Brasil. As {\'a}reas de vida tnham 140299 ha, com 
                         {\'a}reas individuais de machos e f{\^e}meas de cada par 
                         reprodutvo sobrepondo-se extensivamente. Ap{\'o}s a morte de 
                         ambos os indiv{\'{\i}}duos de um dos pares, o par vizinho ocupou 
                         progressivamente o espa{\c{c}}o vago, expandindo marcadamente sua 
                         {\'a}rea em cerca de 50% da {\'a}rea originalmente ocupada pelo 
                         par anterior. Fatores que levaram um par de raposas para expandir 
                         seu territ{\'o}rio em uma {\'a}rea vaga ap{\'o}s a morte do par 
                         vizinho n{\~a}o foram claramente determinadas. Aus{\^e}ncia de 
                         defesa territorial, no entanto, pode ter contribu{\'{\i}}do para 
                         a mudan{\c{c}}a de {\'a}rea observada. Esta {\'e} a primeira 
                         vez que a resposta de raposas vizinhas {\`a} ruptura social de um 
                         par adjacente foi documentada para a raposa-do-campo.",
                  doi = "10.11609/jott.3082.10.6.11703-11709",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.3082.10.6.11703-11709",
                 issn = "0974-7893",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "dalponte_home.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "25 nov. 2020"
}


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