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@Article{AssisCarvCuriPass:2020:UsFoFr,
               author = "Assis, Tain{\'a} Oliveira and Carvalho, {\'E}der c. and Curi, 
                         Nelson H. de A. and Passamani, Marcelo",
          affiliation = "{Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and 
                         {Universidade Federal de Lavras (UFLA)} and {Centro 
                         Universit{\'a}rio de Lavras (UNILAVRAS)} and {Universidade 
                         Federal de Lavras (UFLA)}",
                title = "Use of forest fragments and agricultural matrices by small mammals 
                         in southeastern brazil",
              journal = "Mastozoologia Neotropical",
                 year = "2020",
               volume = "27",
               number = "1",
                pages = "17--22",
             keywords = "agriculture, fragmentation, Marsupialia, matrix, Rodentia, 
                         agricultura, fragmenta{\c{c}}{\~a}o, Marsupialia, matriz, 
                         Rodentia.",
             abstract = "The use of matrix by species that naturally inhabit forest 
                         fragments can be an important instrument to restore connectivity 
                         in fragmented landscapes. The type and structure of the matrix are 
                         determinant for this connectivity, however, few studies have 
                         explored this theme. In this study, we evaluated the community of 
                         small mammals within forest remnants and within two types of 
                         matrices (coffee plantation and pasture). In all, 11 species of 
                         small mammals were captured, being Akodon montensis, Oligoryzomys 
                         nigripes and Calomys cerqueirai the most abundant in fragments, 
                         coffee plantation and pasture, respectively. The results show that 
                         the composition and structure of the community in the two matrix 
                         types are distinct from those found in fragments, and the coffee 
                         plantation matrix has greater abundance and greater richness of 
                         small mammals than the pasture matrix. RESUMO: O uso da matriz por 
                         esp{\'e}cies que naturalmente habitam manchas orestais pode ser 
                         um instrumento importante para restaurar a conectividade em 
                         paisagens fragmentadas. O tipo e a estrutura da matriz s{\~a}o 
                         determinantes para esta conectividade, por{\'e}m, poucos estudos 
                         exploram este tema. Neste estudo, n{\'o}s avaliamos a comunidade 
                         de pequenos mam{\'{\i}}feros dentro de fragmentos orestais e 
                         tamb{\'e}m dentro de dois tipos de matrizes 
                         (planta{\c{c}}{\~a}o de caf{\'e} e pasto). No total foram 
                         capturadas 11 esp{\'e}cies de pequenos mam{\'{\i}}feros, sendo 
                         Akodon montensis, Oligoryzomys nigripes e Calomys cerqueirai as 
                         mais abundantes nos fragmentos, planta{\c{c}}{\~a}o de caf{\'e} 
                         e pasto, respectivamente. Os resultados mostram que a 
                         composi{\c{c}}{\~a}o e a estrutura da comunidade nos dois tipos 
                         de matrizes foram diferentes daquelas encontradas nos fragmentos, 
                         e que a matriz de caf{\'e} possui maior abund{\^a}ncia e riqueza 
                         de esp{\'e}cies que a matriz de pasto.",
                  doi = "10.31687/saremMN.20.27.1.0.10",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.31687/saremMN.20.27.1.0.10",
                 issn = "0327-9383",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "assis_use.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "11 abr. 2021"
}


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