Neotropical Biology and Conservation


Vol 10, No 1 (2015): January - April

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Ana Maria Leal-Zanchet 1

Articles

Trends and gaps of the scientific literature on the Cerrado biome: A scientometric analysis PDF
Pedro Paulino Borges, Katia Aline Forville de Andrade Oliveira, Karine Borges Machado, Úrsula Lopes Vaz, Hélida Ferreira da Cunha, João Carlos Nabout 2-8
Bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) in a remnant of Atlantic Forest, Rio de Janeiro, southeastern Brazil PDF
Renan de França Souza, Roberto Leonan Morim Novaes, André Siqueira, Cristal Sauwen, Gabriella Jacob, Carlos Eduardo Lopes Santos, Saulo Felix, Edvandro Ribeiro, Camila Sant'Anna, Davor Vrcibradic, Leonardo Avilla, Isabel Sbragia, Ricardo Tadeu Santori 9-14
Bat inventory in a Caatinga area in Northeastern Brazil, with a new occurrence in the state of Paraíba PDF
Mayara Guimarães Beltrão, Caio Graco Zeppelini, Maria Paula Aguiar Fracasso, Luiz Carlos Serramo Lopez 15-20
Criteria definition for delimiting a buffer zone to a biosphere reserve in southern Brazil PDF
Gabriel de Moura Schreiner, Carlos Roney Armanini Tagliani, Cleber Palma Silva 21-30
Soils, landform and vegetation determine the geoenvironments at a conservation unit in northern Minas Gerais, Brazil PDF (Português (Brasil))
Priscyla Maria Silva Rodrigues, Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer, Guilherme Resende Corrêa, Prímula Viana Campos, Andreza Viana Neri 31-42

Short Communication

Incidental catch of South American sea lion in a pair trawl off southern Brazil PDF
Rodrigo Machado, Larissa Rosa Oliveira, Santiago Montealegre-Quijano 43-47
Has the import ban on non-native red swamp crayfish (Crustacea: Cambaridae) been effective in Brazil? PDF
André Lincoln Barroso Magalhães, Renato Ferreira Andrade 48-52


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