DAMBROS, C. S.; MORAIS, J. W. ; VASCONCELLOS, A.; FRANKLIN, E. 2020. Defining a termite sampling protocol for ecological studies: An effective method to increase statistical power. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY, v. 96, p. 103145. Key Words: Jones & Eggleton protocol, Social insect, Species distribution, Transect method, Termite survey, Trophic groups, Beta-diversity. Available for download

FARIAS, H. L. S.; SILVA, W. R.; PERDIZ, R. de O.; CITÓ, A. C.;  CARVALHO, L. C. da S.; BARBOSA, R. I. 2020. Dataset on wood density of trees in ecotone forests in Northern Brazilian Amazonia. Dataset on wood density of trees in ecotone forests in Northern Brazilian Amazonia. Data in Brief, v. 30: june 2020, 105378. DOI: Key Words: Specific gravity, Forest ecology, Tropical forest, Tree, Wood technology. Available for download

LIMA, M. A. L.; DORIA, C. R.; CARVALHO, A. R.; ANGELINI, R. 2020. Fisheries and trophic structure of a large tropical river under impoundment. Ecologial Indicators, v. 113, june 2020, 106162. DOI: Key Words: Fisheries management, Trophic impact matrix, Damming, Amazonian River, Ecopath with Ecosim. Available for download

PENHACEK, M.; ANJOS, S.; OLIVEIRA, E.; HERNÁNDEZ-RUZ, E. J.; RODRIGUES, L. R.; GUERRA, V.; RODRIGUES, D. 2020. First record of Vitreorana ritae (Anura, Centrolenidae) for southern Amazonia inferred from molecular, reproductive and acoustic evidence. Caldasia, 42(2): xx-xx, Julio-diciembre. Available for download e em

ROCHA, E. X.; SHIETTI, J,; GEROLAMO, C. S.; BURNHAM, R. B.; NOGUEIRA, A. 2020. Higher rates of liana regeneration after canopy fall drives species abundance patterns in central Amazonia. Journal of Ecology, v. 00, p. 1–11. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13345. Key Words: adventitious roots, Amazonia, Bignoniaceae, canopy gap, disturbance, forest dynamic, resprouters, treefall. Available for download

SALES, N. G.; KAIZER, M. da C.; COSCIA, I.; PERKINS, J. C.; HIGHLANDS, A.; BOUBLI, J. P.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; SILVA, M. N. F. da; BENVENUTO, C.; McDEVITT, A. D. 2020. Assessing the potential of environmental DNA metabarcoding for monitoring Neotropical mammals: a case study in the Amazon and Atlantic Forest, Brazil. Mammal Review (2020), Short Communication, p. 1-5. DOI: Key Words: Brazil, camera traps, Critically Endangered, eDNA, mammals, river, terrestrial. Available for download

SANTANA, M. D. F.; VARGAS-ISLA, R.; NOGUEIRA, J. da C.; ACCIOLY, T.; SILVA, B. D. B. da; COUCEIRO, S. R. M.; BASEIA, I. G.; ISHIKAWA, N. K. 2020. Obtaining monokaryotic and dikaryotic mycelial cultures of two Amazonian strains of Geastrum (Geastraceae, Basidiomycota). Acta Amazonica, v.  50, n. 1, p. 61 - 67. DOI: Key Words: earthstars; gasteroid fungus; Geastrum lloydianum; Geastrum subiculosum; mycelial growth. Available for download

SANTOS, E. A. dos; MEDEIROS, M. B.; FERREIRA, E. J. L.; SIMON, M. F.; OLIVEIRA, W. L.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2020. Palm distribution patterns in the southwestern Brazilian Amazon: Impact of a large hydroelectric dam. Forest Ecology and Management, v. 463, 118032. DOI: Key Words: Arecaceae, Campinarana, Environmental impacts, Extreme weather events, Madeira River, Várzea forests, Terra-firme forests. Available for download

SOUSA, T. R.; SCHIETTI, J.; COELHO DE SOUZA, F.; ESQUIVEL-MUELBERT, A.; RIBEIRO, I. O.; EMÍLIO, T.; PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; PHILLIPS, O.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2020. Palms and trees resist extreme drought in Amazon forests with shallow water tables. Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13377. Key Words: water table, groundwater, Arecaceae, drought, extreme events, forest dynamics, tropical forest, climate change. Available for download


ALMEIDA, B. C.; SANTOS, R. S.; SANTOS, T. F.; SOUZA, M. B.; MENIN, M.  2019. Diet of five anuran species in a forest remnant in eastern Acre state, Brazilian Amazonia. Herpetology Notes, v. 12, p. 945-952, 2019.  Key Words: Diet composition, neach breadth, niche overlap, diet specialization. Available for download

ALMEIDA, M. Q.; SALVATIERRA, L.; DE MORAIS, J. W. A new species of Ami Pérez-Miles, 2008 (Araneae: Mygalomorphae: Theraphosidae) from the Amazon rainforest, Brazil. TURKISH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, v. 43, p. 641-643, 2019. DOI: 10.3906/zoo-1904-26. Key Words: Amazonia, tarantula, theraphosids, diversity. Available for download

ALMEIDA, M. Q.; ALVES-OLIVEIRA, J. R.; MENDES, DIEGO M. de M.; SOBRAL, R.; SILVA-NETO, A.  M. da; MORAIS, J. W. de. Alien spiders: First record of Loxosceles gaucho Gertsch, 1967 (Araneae: Sicariidae) in the Amazon region, Brazil. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia (São Paulo), v. 59, p. e20195953, 2019. DOI: Key Words: Manaus, aranha marrom, Brown recluse spider, Venomous species. Available for download

ANDRIOLLI, F. S.; ISHIKAWA, N. K.; VARGAS-ISLA, R.; CABRAL, T. S.; BEKKER, C. de; BACCARO, F. B. 2019. Do zombie ant fung turn their hosts into light seekers? Behavioral Ecology (2019), XX(XX), 1-8. DOI: 10.1093/beheco/ary198. Palavas-chave: biting hehavior, Camponotus, extended phenotype, incident light, Ophiocordyceps. Available for download

ANJOS, M. R. dos; MACHADO, N. G.; PEDERSOLI, M. A.; PEDERSOLI, N. R. B.; BARROS, B. S.; LOURENÇO, I. H.; BARREIROS, J. P. 2019. Survery of fish species from the Lower Roosevelt River, Southwestern Amazon basin. Biota Neotropica 19(4): e20180717. Key Words: Icthyofauna; Inventory; Biodiversity; Madeira River Basin. Available for download e em

ANJOS, S. F. dos; Wronski, W. S. S.; Penhacek, M.; NORONHA, J. da C.; PINTO, K. C.; ODA, F. H.; RODRIGUES, D. J. 2019. New records of Boana icamiaba (Anura: Hylidae) in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. Caldasia 41(2):442-444. DOI: Key Words: Amazonian forest, Anura, biogeography, Hylidae, South America. Available for download

APPEL, G.; LÓPEZ-BAUCELLS, A.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; BOBROWIEC, P. E. D. 2019. Temperature, rainfall, and moonlight intensity effects on activity of tropical insectivorous bats. Journal of Mammalogy, gyz140. DOI: Key Words: acoustic monitoring, activity pattern, Amazon, Chiroptera, lunar cycle, rainfall, temperature. Available for download

ASSIS, N. M. ; FREITAS-NETO, J. ; SOUSA, J.O.; BARBOSA, F. R.; BASEIA, I. G. Geastrum hialinum (Basidiomycota, Geastraceae), a new species from Brazilian Southern Amazon. Studies in Fungi, v. 4, p. 90-96, 2019. DOI: 10.5943/sif/4/1/11. Key Words: Biodiversity, Earthstar, Gasteromycetes, Neotropics, Taxonomy. Available for download

AZEVEDO, R. A. de; MORAIS, J. W. de; LANG, C.; DAMBROS, C. S. 2019. Discrimination of termite species using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS). European Journal of Soil Biology, v. 93, july-august, 103084. Key Words: Termite discrimination, Amazonian forest, Termite castes, Discriminant analysis. Available for download e em

AZEVEDO, R. A. de; DAMBROS, C. de S.; MORAIS, J. W. de. 2019.A new termite species of the genus Dihoplotermes Araújo (Blattaria, Isoptera, Termitidae) from the Brazilian Amazonian rainforest. Acta Amazonica 49: 17-23. Key Words: gizzard, soil fauna, taxonomy, termite, Termitinae. Available for download em em

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BARBOSA, R. I.; RAMÍREZ-NARVÁEZ, P. N.; FEARNSIDE, P. M.; VILLACORTA, C. D. A.; CARVALHO, L. C. S. 2019. Allometric models to estimate tree height in northern Amazonian ecotone forests. Acta Amazonica 49: pp. 81-90. Key Words: allometry, Amazon forest, hypsometric relationships, dendrometry, seasonal forest. Available for download e em

BARRETO, M. R.; SPANHOLI, M. L. Estudo etnobotânico em comunidades rurais de Sinop, Mato Grosso, Brasil. Interações, v. 20, p. 267, 2019. Key Words: conhecimento tradicional; recursos vegetais, Amazônia Meridional. Available for download

BARRETO, M. R.; SILVA, P.  J. da. 2019. Contribuição para o conhecimento de Laminae (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) no Estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil. Nativa, v. 7, pp. 535-539. DOI: Key Words: Amazônia meridional; besouros; Insecta; inventário. Available for download 

BISNETO, P. F.; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. Reproductive and feeding biology of the common lancehead Bothrops atrox (Serpentes, Viperidae) from central and southwestern Brazilian Amazonia. Key Words: dieta; história natural; Neotrópico; reprodução. Acta Amazonica 49 (2), p. 105-113. Available for download

BORGES, A. C. R.; SANTOS, T. F. dos; FRAZÃO, L.; MARQUES-SOUZA, S.; MENIN, M. 2019. Food habitats of Rhinella proboscidea (Anura: Bufonidae) in terra firme forests of central Amazonia. Phyllomedusa 18(1): pp. 37-46.  Key Words: amphibians, diet composition, Formicidae, northern Brazil. Available for download e em

BOUBLI, J. P.; BYRNE, H.; SILVA, M. N. F. da; SILVA-JÚNIOR, J.; ARAÚJO, R. C.; BERTUOL, F.; GONÇALVES, J.; MELO, F. R. de; RYLANDS, A. B.; MITTERMEIER, R. A.; SILVA, F. E.; NASH, S. D.; CANALE, G.; ALENCAR, R. de M.; ROSSI, R. V.; CARNEIRO, J.; SAMPAIO, I.; FARIAS, I. P.; SCHNEIDER, H.; HRBEK, T. 2019. On a new species of titi monkey (Primates: Plecturocebus Byrne et al., 2016), from Alta Floresta, southern Amazon, Brazil. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 132(2019), pp. 117-137. Key Words: Callicebinae; Plecturocebus moloch; New species; Alta Floresta; Amazon. Available for download

BUENO, A. S.; MASSELI, G. S.; KAEFER, I. L.; PERES, C. A. 2019. Sampling design may obscure species-area relationship in landscape-scale field studies. Ecography 42: 1-12. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.04568. Key Words:  Amazonia, amphibians, frogs, habitat fragmentation, insularization, island biogeography theoryAvailable for download

CABRAL, T. S.; SILVA, B. BD.; MARTÍN, M. P.; CLEMENT, C. R.; HOSAKA, K.; BASEIA, I. G. 2019. Behind the veil - exploring the diversity in Phallus indusiatus s.I. (Phallomycetidae, Basidiomycota). MycoKeys, 58:103-127. Key Words: Amazonia, atp6, ITS, Neotropics, nuc-LSU, Phallale. Available for download e em

CARDOSO NETO, J. A.; LEAL, L. C.; BACCARO, F. B. 2019. Temporal and spatial gradients of humidity shape the occurrence and the behavioral manipulation of ants infected by entomopathogenic fungi in Central Amazon. Fungal Ecology 42 (2019) 100871. Key Words: Zombie ants, Camponotus, Entomopathogenic fungi, Hypocreales, Ophiocordyceps, Extended phenotype, Amazon forests. Available for download e em

CARVALHO, L. N.; HASHIMOTO, S.; CABECEIRA, F. G.; CARVALHO, F. R. 2019. The Coleção Ictiológica do Acervo Biológico da Amazônia Meridional, Laboratório de Ictiologia Tropical, SINOP, MT. Boletim da Sociedade Brasileira de Ictiologia, n. 129, pp. 45-48. Available for download

CARVALHO, W. D.; MUSTIN, K.; HILÁRIO, R. R.; VASCONCELOS, I. M.; EILERS, V.; FEARNSIDE, P. M. 2019. Deforestation control in the Brazilian Amazon: A conservation struggle being lost as agreements and regulations are subverted and bypassed. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation (2019). Key Words: Amazonian savannahs, Cerrado, Timber, Soy Moratorium, Ecosystem services, Beef agreement. Available for download e em

CARVALHO, W. D.; SILVESTRE, S. M.; MUSTIN, K.; HILÁRIO, R. R.; TOLEDO, J. J. de. 2019. Predation of an American fruit-eating bat (Artibeus sp.) by an Amazon tree boa (Corallus hortulanus) in the northern Brazilian Amazon. Acta Amazonica, v. 49, n. 1, pp. 24-27. Key Words: Amazonian savanna; defense behavior; PPBio; Lavrados of Roraima. Available for download e em 

COELHO DE SOUZA, F., DEXTER, K. G., PHILLIPS, O. L. et al.. 2019. Evolutionary diversity is associated with wood productivity in Amazonian forests. Nat Ecol. Evol., n. 3, p. 1754-1761. Disponível em

CÔRREA, B. M.; BALDISSERA, L.; BARBOSA, F. R.; RIBEIRO, E. B.; ANDRIGHETTI, C. R.; AGOSTINI, J. da S.; VALLADÃO, D, M. de S. 2019. Centesimal and mineral composition and antioxidant activity of the bacaba fruit peel. Bioscience Journal, v. 35, n. 2, pp. 509-517. Key Words: Anthocyanins. Nutritional composition. DPPH. Oenocarpus bacaba Mart., Total phenolic. Available for download e em

COSTA-CAMPOS, C. E.; SOUSA, J. C.; MENIN, M. 2019. Chiasmocleis hudsoni Parker, 1940 (Anura, Microhylidae): a new record for Amapá State, Brazil. Herpetology Notes, v. 12, pp. 405-408. Available for download

DÁTTILO, W.; VIZENTIN-BUGONI, J.; DEBASTIANI, V. J.; JORDANO, P.; IZZO, T. J. 2019. The influence of spatial sampling scales on ant-plant interaction network architecture. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88, pp. 903-914. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12978. Key Words: ecological networks, network structure, plant–animal interactions, sampling scale dependence, sampling variation. Available for download

de PAULA LIMA, J. E.; MARGARIDO, V. P.; MORESCO, R. M.; RODRIGUES, D. de J. 2019. Analysis of the mitochondrial D-Loop reveals that neither river boundaries nor geographic distance structure the fine-scale genetic variation of an Amazonian treefrog. Hydrobiologia, pp. 1-10. DOI 10.1007/s10750-019-04069-0. Key Words: Anura, Boana boans, D-Loop, Landscape genetics, River barriers. Available for download e em

DORIA, C. R. C.; PY-DANIEL, L. R.; ZUANON, J.; QUEIROZ, L. J. de; OHARA, W.; VIEIRA, F. G.; BARROS, B. S. F.; LIMA FILHO, J. A. de; CASTRO, D. C. de; PORTELLA, A. C.; CELLA-RIBEIRO, A.; VILARA, G. T. 2019. A Coleção Ictiológica da Universidade Federal de Rondônia e seu papel à documentação da diversidade da ictiofauna da maior bacia amazônica: a bacia do Rio Madeira. Boletim Sociedade Brasileira de Ictiologia, n. 129, pp. 157-162. Available for download

EMILIO, T.; LAMARQUE, L. J.; TORRES-RUIZ, J. M.; KING, A.; CHARRIER, G.; BURLETT, R.; CONEJERO, M.; RUDALL, P. J.; BAKER, W. J.; DELZON, S. 2019. Embolism resistance in petioles and leaflets of palms. Annals of Botany 124: 1173–1183. DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcz104. Key Words: Arecaceae, palms, drought resistance, micro-CT X-ray, optical vulnerability method, P50, synchrotron, xylem embolism resistance. Available for download

FADINI, S. R. M. C.; BARBOSA, R.; RODE, R.; CORRÊA, V.; FADINI, R. F. 2019. Above-ground biomass estimation for a shrubby mistletoe in an Amazonian savanna. Journal of Tropical Ecology. Key Words: Epiphytes; fire-prone savanna; hemiparasites; host–parasite interactions. Available for download e em S0266467419000294

FARIA, A. S.; MENIN, M.; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. Riparian zone as a main determinant of the structure of lizard assemblages in upland Amazonian forests. Austral Ecology, v. 44, p. online, 2019. DOI: 10.1111/acc.12754. Key Words: Amazon, Brazil, environmental gradients, Forest Code. Available for download

FARROÑAY, F.; PERDIZ, R. de O.; COSTA, F. M.; PRATA, E. M. B.; VICENTINI, A. 2019. A new record and emended description of a rare Amazonian white-sand species: Shoepfia clarkii (Shoepfiaceae). Brittonia (2019), pp. 1-6.  Key Words: Brazilian Amazon, hemiparasite, Santalales, Campinaranas, white-sand vegetation. Available for download e em

FERRÃO,  M.; MORAVEC, J.; MORAES, L. J. C. L.; de CARVALHO, V. T.; GORDO, M.; LIMA, A. P. 2019. Rediscovery of Osteocephalus vilarsi (Anura: Hylidae): an overlooked but widespread Amazonian spiny-backed treefrog. . PeerJ 7:e8160 DOI 10.7717/peerj.8160. Key Words: Amphibia, Amazonia, Brazilian biodiversity, Integrative taxonomy, Advertisement call, Tadpoles, White-sand ecosystems. Available for download

FRAGA, R. de; TORRALVO, K. New record of the fringed leaf frog, Cruziohyla craspedopus (Anura: Phyllomedusidae) extends its eastern range limit. Acta Amazonica 49(3) 2019: 208-212. DOI: Key Words: Amazon Basin, detectability, Tapajós, tree cover. Available for download

FRAGOSO, J. M. V.; GONÇALVES, F.; OLIVEIRA, L. F. B.; OVERMAN, H.; LEVI, T.; SILVIUS, K. M. 2019. Visual encounters on line transect surveys under-detect carnivore species: Implications for assessing distribution and conservation status. PLoS ONE 14 (10): e0223922. Available for download e em

FRANCO-MORAES, J.; BANIWA, A. F. M. B.; COSTA, F. R. C.; LIMA, H. P.; CLEMENT, C. R.; SHEPARD JR., G. H. 2019. Historical landscape domestication in ancestral forests with nutrient-poor soils in northwestern Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management 446(2019), pp. 317-330. Available for download e em

GARCIA, I. J. P.; OLIVEIRA, G. C. de; VALADARES, J. M. de M.; BANFI, F. F.; ANDRADE, S. N.; FREITAS, T. R.; MONÇÃO FILHO, E. dos S.; SANTOS, H. de L.; VIEIRA JÚNIOR, G. M.; CHAVES, M. H. RODRIGUES, D. de J.; SANCHEZ, B. A. M.; VAROTTI, F. P.; BARBOSA, L. A. 2019. New bufadienolides extracted from Rhinella marina inhibit Na,K-ATPase and induce apoptosis by activating caspases 3 and 9 in human breast and ovarian cancer cells. Steroids, v. 152, December 2019, 108490. Key Words: Bufadienolides, Apoptosis Na,K-ATPase, Caspase 3 and 9. Available for download e em

GAUI, T. D.; COSTA, F. R. C.; SOUZA, F. C. de; AMARAL, M. R. M.; CARVALHO, D. C. de; REIS, F. Q.; HIGUCHI, N. 2019. Long-term effect of selective logging on floristic composition: A 25 year experiment in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management 440(2019), pp. 258-266. Key Words: Floristic change, Forest management, Dynamics, Long-term, Permanent plot, Tropical forest. Available for download

GOMES, V. H. F.; VIEIRA, I. C. G.; SALOMÃO, R. P.; ter STEEGE, H. 2019. Amazonian tree species threatened by deforestation and climate change. Nature Climate Change, v. 9, july 2019, pp. 547-553. Available for download e em$41558-019-0500-2

GUILHERME, D. R.; SOUZA, J. L. P.; FRANKLIN, E.; PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; CHAGAS, A. C. das; BACCARO, F. B. Can environmental complexity predict functional trait composition of ground-dwelling ant assemblages? A test across the Amazon Basin. 2019. Acta Oecologica 99, August 2019, 103434. Key Words: Amazon basin Environmental complexity Formicidae Functional traits Pitfall traps Tropical forest. Available for download e em

HAUSER, M.; DORIA, C.;SANTOS, R. V.; GARCIA-VASQUEZ, A.; POUILLY, M.; PÉCHEYRAN, C.; PONZEVERA, E.; TORRENTE-VILARA, G.; BÉRAIL, S.; PANFILI, J.; DARNAUDE, A.; RENNO, Jean‐François, GARCÍA-DÁVILA, C.; NUÑEZ, J.; FERRATON, F.; VARGAS, G.; DUPONCHELLE, F. 2019. Shedding light on the migratory patterns of the Amazonian goliath catfish, Brachyplatystoma platynemum, using otolith 87Sr/86Sr analyses. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst. 2019;1–12. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.3046. Key Words: catchment, conservation evaluation, fish, fishing, hydroelectric dams, migration, river. Available for download

HIGASHIKAWA, E. M.; BRASIL, M. M. O.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2019. A 30-year study of the effects of selective logging on a stem-less palm (Astrocaryum sociale) in a central-Amazon forest. Forest Ecology and Management 432(2019): 607-611. Key Words: selective logging, stem-less palm, understory, Amazonia. Available for download

JOBIM, K.;BLASZKOWSKI, J.; NIEZGODA, P.;  KOZLOWSKA, A.; ZUBEK, S.; MLECZKO, P. CHACHULA, P.; ISHIKAWA, N. K.; GOTO, B. T. 2019. New sporocarpic taxa in the phylum Glomeromycota: Sclerocarpum amazonicum gen. et sp. nov. in the family Glomeraceae (Glomerales) and Diversispora sporocarpia sp. nov. in the Diversisporaceae (Diversisporales). Mycological Progress (2019) 18:369–384. Key Words: arbuscular micorrhizal fungi, Glomerocarps, Morphology, Molecular phylogeny, RPBI, SSU-ITS-LSU nrDNA. Available for download

KAEFER, I.; ROJAS, R. R.; FERRÃO, M.; FARIAS, I. P.; LIMA, A. P. 2019. A new species of Amazophrynella (Anura: Bufonidae) with two distinct advertisement calls. Zootaxa, v. 4577, n. 2. Key Words: Amphibia, Amazonia, bioacustics, mtDNA, Pará, Santarém. Key Words: Amphibia, Amazonia, bioacustics, mtDNA, Pará, Santarém. DOI: Disponível em

MARQUES, E. Q.; MARIMON-JUNIOR, B. H.; MARIMON, B. S.; MATRICARDI, E. A. T.; MEWS, H. A.; COLLI, G. R. 2019. Redefining the Cerrado-Amazonia transition: implications for conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation (2019), pp. 1-17. Key Words: Ecotonal forests, Official mapping, Arc of deforestation, Biodiversity losses, Land use, Deforestation, Ecosystem boundaries. Available for download e em

MASSELI, G. S.; BRUCE, A. D.; SANTOS, J. G. dos; VINCENT, T.; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. Composition and ecology of a snake assemblage in an upland forest from Central Amazonia. An Acad Bras Cienc (2019) 91(Suppl. 1). Key Words: community ecology, Manaus, RAPELD, serpentes, Squamata. Available for download e em <

MENIN, M.; FERREIRA, R. F. B.; MELO, I. B.; GORDO, M.; HATTORI, G. Y.; SANT'ANNA, B. S. 2019. Anuran diversity in urban and rural zones of the Itacoatiara municipality, central Amazonia, Brazil. Acta Amazonica, v. 49(2), pp. 122-130. Key Words: floodplain forests, unflooded forest, rarefaction curves, species composition, time-constrained searches. Available for download e em

MORAES, L. J. C. de L.; PAVAN, D.; LIMA, A. P. 2019. A new nurse of Allobates masniger-nidicola complex (Anura, Aromobatidae) from the east bank of Tapajós River, eastern Amazon. Key Words: Amphibia, Allopatry, Brazil, bioacustics, conservation, cryptic diversity, mtDNA, taxonomy, exotrophic tadpole. Zootaxa, v. 4648, n. 3, p. 401-434. DOI:  Available for download

MOSER, P.; SIMON, M. F.; MEDEIROS, M. B. de; GONTIJO, A. B.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2019. Interaction between extreme weather events and mega-dams increases tree mortality and alters functional status of Amazonian forests. Journal of Applied Ecology, v. 56, p. 2641-2651. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13498. Key Words: dams, flood tolerance, functional traits, global warming, precipitation anormaly, root tissue density, stomata density, tree mortality. Available for download

NOBRE, H. S. M. F.; AZEVEDO, M. S. de A.; MATOS, N. B.; MANZATTO, A. G.; ROMÃO, N. F.; AIZZO, J. R. e S.; SAMPAIO, A. F. 2019. Avaliação da atividade antimicrobiana de extrato, frações e óleo essencial da P. obliquum Ruiz e Pavon - Esec Cuniã, Porto Velho, Rondônia. SAJEBTT, Rio Branco, UFAC, v. 6, n. 1, p. 48-66. ISSN: 2446-4821. Key Words: ESEC-Cuniã. Staphylococcus aureus. MRSA. Available for download

NOGUEIRA, T. de A. C.; AYALA, W. E.; DAYRELL, J. S.; FRAGA, R. de; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. Scale-dependent estimates of niche overlap and environmental effects on two sister species of Neotropical snakes. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment, v. 54:2, p. 121-132. Key Words: Dipsadidae, Madeira-Purus interfluve, Philodryas, species distribution model, RAPELD, tropical rainforest. Available for download e em 

OLIVEIRA, A. F. de; CASTOLDI, L.; VIEIRA JUNIOR, G. M.; MONÇÃO FILHO, E. dos S.; CHAVES, M. H.; RODRIGUES, D. de J.; SUGUI, M. M. 2019. Evaluation of antimutagenic and cytotoxic activity of skin secretion extract of Rhinella marina and Rhaebo guttatus (Anura, Bufonidae). Acta Amazônica v. 49, n. 2, Apr./June, 2019. Key Words: genotoxicity, bioprospecting, micronuclei, chemoprevention. Available for download

OLIVEIRA, J. de; ALMEIDA, S. M.; FLORÊNCIO, F. P.; PINHO, J. B.; OLIVEIRA, D. M. M.; LIGEIRO, R.; RODRIGUES, D. J. 2019. Environmental structure affects taxonomic diversity but not functional strucuture of understory birds int the southwestern Brazilian Amazon. Acta Amazonica 49(3): 232-241. Key Words: Aves, assemblage structure, habitat, functional richness. Available for download

OLIVEIRA, J. J. S.; VARGAS-ISLA, R.; CABRAL, T. S.; RODRIGUES, D. P.; ISHIKAWA, N. K. 2019. Progress on the phylogeny of the Omphalotaceae: Gymnopus s. str., Marasmiellus s. str., Paragymnopus gen. nov. and Pusillomyces gen. nov.  Mycological Progress (2019) 18:713–739. Key Words: Agaricales, Amazon forest, Marasmioid, Gymnopoid, Plant pahogen, Taxonomy. Available for download

OLIVEIRA, R. S.; COSTA, F. R. C.; BAALEN, E. van; JONGE, A. de; BITTENCOURT, P. R.; ALMANZA, Y.; BARROS, F. de V.; CORDOBA, E. C.; FAGUNDES, M. V.; GARCIA, S.; GUIMARAES, Z. T. M.; HERTEL, M.; SCHIETTI, J.; RODRIGUES-SOUZA, J.; POORTER, L. 2019. Embolism resistance drives the distribution of Amazonian rainforest tree species along hydro-topographic gradients.  Key Words: drought vulnerability, forest resilience, functional ecology, hidrological niches, P50, phosphorus, tropical forests, water table. New Phytologist 221: pp. 1457-1465. DOI: 10.1111/nph.15463. Available for download

OVERMAN, H.; CUMMINGS, A. R.; LUZAR, J. B.; FRAGOSO, J. M. V. 2019. National REDD+ outcompetes gold and logging: The potential of cleaning profit chains. World Development 118 (2019), pp. 16-26. Key Words: REDD+ economic competitiveness, Forest comodities, Private state revenue rations, Land grabbing, Equity, Forest governance change. Available for download e em

PEIXOTO, G.; LEITÃO, P.; KAEFER, I. L.; LIMA, A. P. 2019. The lizards along the road BR-319 in the Purus-Madeira interfluve, Brazilian Amazonia (Squamata, Lacertilia). Herpetology Notes, volume 12, pp. 689-697. Key Words: Amazonas, Brazil, Inambari, Reptiles, Species richness. Available for download  e em

PEQUENO, P. A.C. L.; FRANKLIN, E.; NORTON, R. A. 2019. Determinants of intra-annual population dynamics in a tropical soil arthropod. Biotropica. 2019;00:1–10. DOI: 10.1111/btp.12731. Key Words: ecological niche, fitness, Gompertz model, population regulation, soil invertebrate, state-space model. Available for download

PEREIRA, A. J.; ARAGÓN, S.; BELDINI, T. P.; SCOLES, R. 2019. Produção de flores e frutos de Bertholletia excelsa Bonpl. em ambientes florestais e desmatados do Noroeste do Pará, Brasil. Biota Amazônica, Macapá, v. 9, n. 3, p. 1-8, 2019. DOI: Key Words: castanheira, compactação do solo, fogo. Available for download

PEREIRA, L. G. do A.; CAPAVERDE Jr., U. D.; TAVARES, V. da C.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; BOBROWIEC, P. E. D.; BACCARO, F. B. 2019. From a bat's perspective, protected riparian areas should be wider than defined by Brazilian laws. Journal of Environmental Management 232 (2019): pp. 37-44.  Key Words: bat conservation, Brazilian forest code, Central amazon, Ecological thresholds, Permanent protection areas, Riparian zone. Available for download

RAASCH-FERNANDES, L. D.; BONALDO, S. M.; RODRIGUES, D. de J.; VIEIRA-JÚNIOR,  G. M.; SCHWAN-ESTRADA, K. R. F.; SILVA, C. R. da; VERÇOSA, A. G. A.; OLIVEIRA, D. L. de; DEBIASI, B. W. 2019. Induction of phytoalexins and proteins related to pathogenesis in plants treated with extracts of cutaneous secreations of southern Amazonian Bufonidae amphibians. PLOS ONE, January 17, 2019. Available for download

RABELO, R. M.; ARAGÓN, S.; BICCA-MARQUES, J. C.; NELSON, B. W. 2019. Habitat amount hypothesis and passive sampling explain mammal species composition in Amazonian river islands. Biotropica (2019), 1-9. DOI: 10.1111/btp.12615. Key Words: community assembly, habitat patch, island biogeography, matrix resistance, nestedness, non-equilibrium, riverscapes, sample area effect. Available for download

RABELO, R. M.; ARAGÓN, S.; BICCA-MARQUES, J. C. Prey abundance drives habitat occupancy by jaguars in Amazonian floodplain river islands. Acta Oecologia, v. 97, May 2019, pages 28-33. Key Words: Bayesian inference, Hierarchical models, Howler monkeys, Occupancy modelling, Predator-prey interaction, Sloths. Available for download

ROBLE, D. C.; LÖTTERS, S.; MAPPES, J.; VALKONEN, J. K.; MENIN, M.; LIMA, A. P.; PRÖHL, H. 2019. Sole coloration as an unusual aposematic signal in a Neotropical toad. Scientific Report (2019) 9:1128. Available for download e em

ROCHA, D. G. da; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. What has become of the refugia hypothesis to explain biological diversity in Amazonia? Ecology and Evolution 2019: 1-8. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5051. Key Words: Amazon forest, diversification, evolutionary history, Pleistocene glaciation, speciation vicariance. Available for download

RODRIGUES, D. J.; VAZ-DE-MELLO, F. Z.; SILVEIRA, R. M. L. 2019. Biodiversity studies through public-private partnership (PPP): The case of Fazenda São Nicolau in the northwest of Mato Grosso. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências (ONLINE) , v. 91, p. 1-4, 2019. Key Words: conservation, Amazon, Carbon Sink Project, refugee. Available for download e em 

ROJAS, D., LIMA, A.P., MOMIGLIANO, SIMÕES, P. I.; DUDANIEC, R. Y.; AVILA-PIRES, T. C. S. de; HOOGMOED, M. S.; CUNHA BITAR, Y. O. da; KAEFER, I. L.; AMÉZQUITA, A.; STOW, A. 2019. The evolution of polymorphism in the warning coloration of the Amazonian poison frog Adelphobates galactonotus.  Heredity (2019). DOI: 10.1038/s41437-019-0281-4

SILVA, E. P. da; BORBA, G. C.; MAGALHÃES, C.; ZUANON, J.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2019. Habitat segregation among freshwater shrimp species in an Amazonian rainforest stream system. Freshwater Biology. 2019;00:1–14. Key Words: apparent competition, habitat dimensions, predator composition, resource partitioning, catchment. Available for download

SILVA, I. B. ; SANTOS, T. F. ; LUIZ, L. F. ; SOUZA, S. M. ; SILVA, L. A. ; MENIN, M. The diet of Chiasmocleis hudsoni and C. shudikarensis (Anura, Microhylidae) of terra firme forests in the Brazilian Amazonia. HERPETOLOGY NOTES, v. 12, p. 655-659, 2019. Available for download

SILVA, S. M.; PETERSON, A. T.; CARNEIRO, L.; BURLAMAQUI, T. C. T.; RIBAS, C. C.; SOUSA-NEVES, T.; MIRANDA, L. S.; FERNANDES, A. M.; d'HORTA, F. M.; ARAÚJO-SILVA, L. E.; BATISTA, R.; BANDEIRA, C. H. M. M.; DANTAS, S. M.; FERREIRA, M.; MARTINS, D. M.; OLIVEIRA, J.; ROCHA, T. C.; SARDELLI, C. H.; THOM, G.; RÊGO, P. S.; SANTOS, M. P.; SEQUEIRA, F.; VALLINOTO, M.; ALEIXO, A. 2019. A dynamic continental moisture gradient drove Amazonian bird diversification. Science Advances, v. 5, eaat5752. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat5752. Available for download

SILVA, W. R.; VILLACORTA, C. D. A.; PERDIZ, R. O.; FARIAS, H. L. S.; OLIVEIRA, A. S.; CITÓ, A. C.; CARVALHO, L. C. S.; BARBOSA, R. I. Floristic composition in ecotone forests in northern Brazilian Amazonia: preliminary data. Biodiversity Data Journal 7: e47025. DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.7.e47025. Key Words: Amazon, Brazil, forest inventory, Maracá Island, palms, Roraima, tree species. Available for download

SIMÕES, P. I.; ROJAS-RUNJAIC, F. J. M.; GAGLIARDI-URRUTIA, G.; CASTROVIEJO-FISHER, S. 2019. Five new country records of Amazonian anurans for Brazil, with notes on morphology, advertisement calls, and natural history. Herpetology Notes, v. 12, pp. 211-219. Key Words: Amazon, Amphibia, conservation units, Dendrobatidae, Hylidae, Japurá River. Available for download

SIMÕES, P. I.; ROJAS, D.; LIMA, A. P. 2019. A name for the nurse-frog (Allobates, Aromobatidae) of Floresta Nacional de Carajás, Eastern Brazilian Amazonia. Zootaxa, Jan 22; v. 4550 (1), pp. 71-100. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4550.1.3. Key Words: Amphibia, Advertisement calls, conservation unit, Dendrobatoidea, mitochondrial DNA, Pará.

STEEGE, H. T.; HENKEL, T. W.; HELAL, N.; MARIMON, B. S.; MARIMON-JUNIOR, B. H.; HUTH, A.; GROENEVELD, J.; SABATIER, D.; COELHO, L. de S.; LIMA FILHO, D. de A.; SALOMÃO, R. P.; AMARAL. I. L.; MATOS, F. D. de A.; CASTILHO, C. V.; PHILLIPS, O. L.; GUEVARA, J. E.; CARIM, M. de J. V.; LÓPEZ, D. C.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; WITTMANN, F.; IRUME, M. V.; MARTINS, M. P.; GUIMARÃES, J. R. da S.; MOLINO, Jean-François et al. 2019. Rarity of monodominance in hiperdiverse Amazonian forests. Scientific Reports (2019) 9:13822. Available for download e em

TAVARES, A. S.; MORCATTY, T. Q.; ZUANON, J.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2019. Influence of body size, topography, food availability and tree-fall gaps on space use by yellow-footed tortoises (Chelonoidis denticulatus) in Central Amazonia. PLoS ONE 14(2):e0211869. Available for download

TOURINHO, A. L.; BECHIMOL, M.; PORTO, W.; PERES, C. A.; STORCK-TONON, D. 2019. Marked compositional changes in harvestmen assemblages in Amazonian forest islands induced by a mega dam. Insect Conservation and Diversity (2019). DOI: 10.1111/icad.12398. Key Words: Conservation biology, environmental quality, habitat fragmentation, hydroelectric dams, indicator species, landscape ecology. Available for download

TUOMISTO, H.; DONINCK, J. V.; RUOKOLAINEN, K.; MOULATLET, G. M.; FIGUEIREDO, F. O. G.; SIRÉN, A.; CÁRDENAS, G.; LEHTONEN, S.; ZUQUIM, G. 2019. Discovering floristic and geological gradients across Amazonia. Journal of Biogeography (2019): 00: pp. 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/JBI.13627. Key Words: Amazonia, biogeographical regions, floristic gradients, Landsat satellite, medium resolution multispectral imagery, remote sensing,  tropical rain forest, vegetation. Available for download

WANG, Y.; ZIV, G.; ADAMI, M.; MITCHARD, E.; BATTERMAN, S. A.; BUERMANN, W.; MARIMON, B. S.; MARIMON JUNIOR, B. H.; REIS, S. M.; RODRIGUES, D.; GALBRAITH, D. 2019. Mapping tropical disturbed forests using multi-decadal 30 m optical  satellite imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 221 (2019), 474-488. Key Words: Mato Grosso, Forest Disturbance, Post-deforestation regrowth, Forest degradation. Available for download

VAN DONINCK, J.; JONES, M. M.; ZUQUIM, G.; RUOKOLAINEN, K.; MOULATLET, G.; SIRÉN, A.; CÁRDENAS, G.; LEHTONEN, S.; TUOMISTO, H. 2019. Multispectral canopy reflectance improves spatial distribution models of Amazonian understory species. Ecography 42: 1–10. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.04729. Key Words: Amazonia, CHELSA, ferns, Landsat, remote sensing, soils, species distribution modelling. Available for download e em

VICENTE, R. E.; FERREIRA-SILVA, D.; LIMA, M. G. de. 2019. New records of three Neotropical arboreal ant species of Camponotus, subgenus Dendromyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) for the southern Amazon, including biological information. Acta Amazonica 49 (1), p. 36-40. Key Words: distribution; Formicinae; Camponotus chartifex; Camponotus nidulans; Camponotus apicalis; winged ants. Available for download e em

VITULE, J. R. S.; OCCHI, T. V. T.; KANG, B.; MATSUZAKI, S-I.;BEZERRA, L. A.; DAGA, V. S.; FARIA, L.; FREHSE, F. de A.; WALTER, F.; PADIAL, A. A. 2019. Intra-country introductions unraveling global hotspots of alien fish species. Biodiversity and Conservation, pp. 1-7. Key Words: Conservation policy · Watershed · Global assessment · Invasion risk · Spatial grain · Geographic distribution · Non-native species. Available for download e em

ZUQUIM, G.; COSTA, F. R. C.; TUOMISTO, H.; MOULATLET, G. M.; FIGUEIREDO, F. O. G. 2019. The importance of soils in preticting the future of plant habitat suitability in a tropical forest. Plant and soil, pp. 1-20. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-018-03915-9. Key Words: Climate change, Species distribution, modelling, Amazonia, Soil base cation concentration. Disponível on line

ZUQUIM, G.; STROPP, J.; MOULATLET, G. M.; DONINCK, J. V.; QUESADA, C. A.; FIGUEIREDO, F. O. G; COSTA, F. R. C.; RUOKOLAINEN, K.; TUOMISTO, H. 2019. Making the most of scare data: Mapping soil gradients in data-poor areas using species occurrence records. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2019: 1-4. Key Words: Amazonia, exchangeable,  base cations, ferns, GBIF, kriging, plant occurrences, species distribution models, tropical forests. Available for download


ACCIOLY, T.; CRUZ, R. H. S. F.; ASSIS, N. M.; ISHIKAWA, N. K.; HOSAKA, K.; MARTIN, M. P.; BASEIA, I. G. 2018. Amazonian bird's nest fungi (Basidiomycota): current knowdledge and novelties on Cyathus species. Mycoscience, v. 59, p. 333. Key Words: Gasteroid fungi, Integrative taoxonomy, Molecular phylogenetics, Neotropics, Nidulariaceae. Available for download

AYLA. D. M.; LIMA, M. A. L.; HAUSER, M.; DORIA, C. R. C. 2018. Jatuarana fishing dynamics Brycon amazonicus (Spix & Agassiz, 1829) of the upper and middle Madeira River Basin. Acta Scientiarum Biological Sciences (Online), v. 40, p. 1-7. Key Words: fishery production, fishing gear, fishing effort, Amanzon. Available for download

ALVARENGA, G. C.; RAMALHO, E. E.; BACCARO, F. B.; ROCHA, D. G. da; FERREIRA-FERREIRA, J.; BOBROWIEC, P. E. D. 2018. Spatial patterns of medium and large size mammal assemblages in va´rzea and terra firme forests, Central Amazonia, Brazil. PLoS ONE 13(5): e0198120. Available for download

BARÃO-NÓBREGA, J. A. L.; MARIONI, B.; BOTERO-ARIAS, R.; NOGUEIRA, A. J. A.; LIMA, E. S.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; DA SILVEIRA, R.; MARCON, J. L. 2018. Correction to: The metabolic cost of nesting: body condition and blood parameters of Caiman crocodillus and Melanosuchus niger in Central Amazonia. J. Comp. Physiol B (2018), v. 188, Issue 1, pp. 127-140. Key Words: Amazon, blood, body condition, Caiman, Nest, várzea. Available for download e em

BUENO, A. S.; PERES, C. A. 2019. Patch-scale biodiversity retention in fragmented landscapes: Reconciling the habitat amount hypothesis with the island biogeography theory. Journal of Biogeography, pp. 1-12. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13499. Key Words: habitat amount hypothesis, habitat fragmentation, habitat loss, insularization, island biogeography theory, SLOSS, species richness, Species-area relationship, tropical forest. Available for download

CAMPOS, Z.; MUNIZ, F.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2018. Where are the black caimans, Melanosuchus niger (Crocodylia: Alligatoridae), int he Xingu River basin, Brazil? Herpetology Notes, v. 11, pp. 1021-1024. Available for download

CARVALHO, L. C. da S.; FEARNSIDE, P. M.; NASCIMENTO, M. T.; BARBOSA, R. I. 2018. Amazon soil charcoal: Pyrogenic carbon stock depends of ignition source distance and forest type in Roraima, Brazil. Glob Change Biol (2018), p. 1–9. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14277. Key Words: carbon sequestration, charcoal stock, global carbon cycle, pyrogenic carbon, seasonal forest, soil charcoal. Available for download e em

CAPAVERDE, U. D.; PEREIRA, L. G. do A.; TAVARES, V. da C.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; BACCARO, F. B.; BOBROWIEC, P. E. 2018. Subtle changes in elevation shift bat-assemblage structure in Central Amazon. Biotropica 50: 674-683. DOI: 10.1111/btp.12546. Key Words: bat assemblages, Chiroptera, diversity, environmental filter, environmental heterogeneity, food availability, topography, vegetation structure. Available for download

COSTA, F. R. C.; LANG, C.; ALMEIDA, D. R. A.; CASTILHO, C. V.; POORTER, L. 2018. Near-infrared spectrometry allows fast and extensive predictions of functional traits from dry leaves and branches. Ecological Applications 28(5), pp. 1157-1167. Key Words: Amazon, individual level traits, leaf spectra, tropical forests, up-scalling, wood spectra. Key Words: Amazon, individual level traits, leaf spectra, tropical forests, up-scaling, wood spectra. Available for download

CUEVAS-REYES, P.; PEREIRA, G. C. N.; GÉLVEZ-ZÚÑIGA, I.; FERNANDES, G. W.; VENÂNCIO, H.; SANTOS, J. C. 2018. Effects of ferric soils on arthropod abundance and herbivory on Tibouchina heteromalla (Melastomataceae): is fluctuating asymmetry a good indicator of environmental stress? Plant Ecol (2018) 219:69-78. DOI: 10.1007/s11258-017-0778-y. Available for download

de FRAGA, R.; FERRÃO, M.; STOW, A. J.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; LIMA, A. P. 2018. Different environmental gradients affect different measures of snake ß-diversity in the Amazon rainforests. PeerJ Preprints 6:e27146v1. Available for download e em

DIELE-VIEGAS, L. M.; VITT, L. J.; SINERVO, B.; COLLI, G. R.; WERNECK, F. P.; MILES, D. B.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; SANTOS, J. C.; SETTE, C. M.; CAETANO, G. H. O.; PONTES, E.; ÁVILA-PIRES, T. C. S. 2018. Thermal physiology of Amazonian lizards (Reptilia: Squamata). PLoS ONE 13(3): e0192834. Available for download

do COUTO, A. P.; Da SILVEIRA, R.; SOARES, A. M. V. M.; MENIN, M. 2018. Diet of the smoky  jungle frog, Leptodactylus pentadactylus, (Anura, Leptodactylidae) in an urban forest fragment and in a preserved forest in Central Amazonia, Brazil. Herpetology Notes, v. 11, pp. 519-525. Key Words: Amphibia, feeding ecology, stomach flushing, trophic niche breadth. Available for download e em

DORIA, C. R. da C.; DUPONCHELLE, F.; LIMA, M. A. L.; GARCIA, A.; CARVAJAL-VALLEJOS, F. M.; MÉNDEZ, C. C.; CATARINO, M. F.; FREITAS, C. E. de C.; VEGA, B.; MIRANDA-CHUMACERO, G.; DAMME, P. A. V. 2018. Review of fisheries resource use and status in the Madeira River Basin (Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru) before hydroelectric dam completion. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture. DOI: 10.1080/23308249.2018.1463511. Key Words: Amazon, freshwater, ecosystem, trophic level, diversity, fish catch. Available for download

DORIA, C. R. da C.; LIMA, M. A. L.; ANGELINI, R. 2018. Ecosystem indicators of a small-scale fisheries with limited data in Madeira River (Brazil). Instituto de Pesca 44(3):e317. DOI: 10.20950/1678-2305.2018.317. Key Words: limited data, fisheries, amazon region, size spectra, trophic level. Available for download

DORIA, C. R. da C.; DUTKA-GIANELLI, J.; ATHAYDE, S.; LUIZ, A. M. M. T.; BRASIL, W.; ESTUPIÑÁN, G. M. B.; HAUSER, M.; DAMME, P. A. V.; TORRENTE-VILARA, G. 2018. Grandes hidrelétricas na Amazônia: impactos no recurso pesqueiro e na pesca artesanal, desafios e lições aprendidas na bacia do Rio Madeira. Revista Ciências da Sociedade (RCS), v. 2, n. 4, p. 79-106, jul/dez. Key Words: pesquisa transdisciiplinar, recursos pesqueiros, pesca artesanal, Rio Madeira, perspectiva dos atores, governança, águas internacionais. Available for download

FADINI, R. F.; FISCHER, E.; CASTRO, S. J.; ARAÚJO, A. C.; ORNELAS, J. F.; SOUZA, P. R. de. 2018. Bat and bee pollination in Psittacanthus mistletoes, a genus regarded as exclusively hummingbird-pollinated. Ecology, 99 (5), 1239-1241. Available for download.

FERRÃO, M.;  MORAVEC, J.; KAEFER, I. L.; FRAGA, R. de.; LIMA, A. P. 2018. New species of Scinax (Anura: Hylidae) with red-striped eyes from Brazilian Amazonia. Journal of Herpetologia, v. 52, nº 4, pp. 472-485. Available for download e em

FERRÃO, M.; FRAGA, R. de.; MORAVEC, J.; KAEFER, I. L.; LIMA, A. P. 2018. A new species of Amazonian snouted treefrog (Hylidae: Scinax) with description of a novel species-habitat association for an aquatic breeding frog. PeerJ 6:e4321. DOI 10.7717/peerj.4321. Disponível em Key Words: Amazonia, Anura, Taxonomy, Ecology, Environmental heterogeneity, Edaphic factors. Available for download

FERREIRA, A. S.; JEHLE, R.; STOW, A. J.; LIMA, A. P. 2018. Soil and forest structure predicts large-scale patterns of occurence and local abundance of a widespread Amazonian frog. . PeerJ 6:e5424; DOI 10.7717/peerj.5424. Key Words: Amazonia, Ecology, Allobates femoralis, Environmental heterogeneity, Ecology limiting factors, Tropical forest. Available for download

FIGUEIREDO, F. O. G.; ZUQUIM, G.; TUOMISTO, H.; MOULATLET, G. M.; BALSLEV, H.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2018. Beyond climate control on species range: The importance of soil data to predict distribution of Amazonian plant species. Journal of Biogeography. 2018, 45: 190-200. DOI: 10.1111/bji.13104. Available for download

FREITAS, F.; LUNARDI, S.; SOUZA, L. B.; von der OSTEN, J. S. C.; ARRUDA, R.; ANDRADE, R. L. T.; BATTIROLA, L. D. 2018. Accumulation of copper by the aquatic macrophyte Salvinia biloba Raddi (Salviniaceae). Brazilian Journal of Biology. 2018, v. 78, n. 1, pp. 133-139. DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.166377. Available for download

GEROLAMO, C. Z.; NOGUEIRA, A.; COSTA, F. R. C.; CASTILHO, C. V. de; ANGYALOSSI, V. 2018. Local dynamic variation of lianas along topography maintains unchanging abundance at the landscape scale in central Amazonia. Journal of Vegetation Science, , n. 29, pp. 651-661. DOI: 10.1111/JVS.12644. Key Words: above-ground biomass, central Amazonia, climbing ecology, liana mortality, liana recruitment, liana-turnover, old-growth rain forest, tree turnover, vines. Available for download

GIACOMIN, L. L.; GOMES, E. S. C. 2018. Flora das cangas da Serra dos Carajás, Pará, Brasil: Solanaceae. Rodriguésia 69(3): pp. 1373-1396. DOI: 10.1590/2175-7860201869332. Key Words: FLONA Carajás, Solanum, floristics, taxonomy, iron-ore. Available for download

GOMES, V. H. F.; IJFF, S. D.; RAES, N.; AMARAL, I. L.; SALOMÃO, R. P.; COELHO, L. de S.; MATOS, F. D. de A.; CASTILHO, C. V.; LIMA FILHO, D. de A.; LÓPEZ, D. C.; GUEVARA, J. E. et al.,. 2018. Species Distribution Modelling: Constrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data. Scientific Reports| (2018), 8:1003. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-18927-1. Available for download

HAUSER, M.; DORIA, C. R. da C.; MELO, L. R. C.; SANTOS, A. R.; AYALA, D. M.; NOGUEIRA, L. D.; AMADIO, S.; FABRÉ, N.; TORRENTE-VILARA, G.; GARCÍA-VÁSQUEZ, A.; RENNO, JEAN-FRANÇOIS; CARVAJAL-VALLEJOS, F. M.; ALONSO, J. C.; NUÑEZ, J.; DUPONCHELLE, F. 2018. Age and growth of the Amazonian migratory catfish Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii in the Madeira River basin before the construction of dams. Neotropical Ichthyology, 16(1):e170130. DOI: 10.1590/1982-0224-20170130. Palavas-chave: Amazon, Biannual rings, Goliath catfish, Life cycle, Otolith. Available for download

MACHADO, K. da C.; SOUSA, L. Q. de; LIMA, D. J. B.; SOARES, B. M.; CAVALCANTI, B. C.; MARANHÃO, S. S.; NORONHA, J. da C. de; RODRIGUES, D. de J.; MILITÃO, G. C. G.; CHAVES, M. H.; VIEIRA-JÚNIOR, G. M.; PESSOA, C.; MORAES, M. O. de; CASTRO E SOUSA, J. M. de; MELO-CAVALCANTE, A. A. de; FERREIRA, P. M. P. 2018. Marinobufagin, a molecule from poisonus frogs, causes biochemical, morphological and cell cycle changes in human neoplasms and vegetal cells. Toxicology Letters, v. 235, p. 121-131. Key Words: Anticancer action, Apoptosis, Murine lines, Chromosomal alterations, Allium cepa. Available for download

MAGNUSSON, W. E.; GRELLE, C. E. V.; MARQUES, M. C. M.; ROCHA, C. F. D.; DIAS, B.; FONTANA, C. S.; BERGALLO, H.; OVERBECK, G. E.; VALE. M. M.; TOMAS, W. M.; CERQUEIRA, R.; COLLEVATTI, R.; PILLAR, V. D.; MALABARBA, L. R.; LINS-E-SILVA, A. C.; NECKEL-OLIVEIRA, S.; MARTINELLI, B.; AKAMA, A.; RODRIGUES, D.; SILVEIRA, L. F.; SCARIOT, A.; FERNANDES, G. W. 2018. Effects of Brazil's political crisis on the science needed for biodiversity conservation. Journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, v. 6, artigo 163, october 2018. DOI=10.3389/fevo.2018.00163. Key Words: Brazil, biodivesity, climate change, governance, funding. Available for download

MATOS, L. S. de; SILVA, J. O. S. ; KASPER, D. ; CARVALHO, L. N. 2018. Assessment of mercury contamination in Brycon falcatus (Characiformes: Bryconidae) and human health risk by consumption of this fish from the Teles Pires River, Southern Amazonia. Neotropical Ichthyology , v. 16, p.  e160106[1]-e160106[11]. DOI: 10.1590/1982-0224-20160106. Key Words: Bacia do Tapajós, Fator de Condição, Índice hepatossomático, Matrinxã, Relação peso-comprimento. Available for download

MORTATI, A. F.; ANDRÉ, T. 2018. Water Controls Amazonian Biodiversity. Front. Young Minds, v. 6, article 47. DOI: 10.3389/frym.2018.00047. Available for download

MOTTA, J.; MENIN, M.; ALMEIDA, A.P.; HRBEK, T.; FARIAS, I.P. 2018. When the unknown lives next door a study of central Amazonian anurofauna. Zootaxa 4438(1):79-104. Key Words: Reptilia, 16S rRNA gene, Anura, cryptic species, Amazonia. Available for download (

NORONHA, J. da C. de; RODRIGUES, D. de J. 2018. Reproductive behaviour of the glass frog Hyalinobatrachium cappellei (Anura: Centrolenidae) in the Southern Amazon. Journal of Natural History, v. 52, no. 3-4, pp. 207-224. Key Words: Egg attendance; courtship; courtship call; male care. Available for download e em

NORRIS, D.; MICHALSKI, F.; GIBBS, J. P. 2018. Beyond harm's reach? Submersion of river turtle nesting areas and implications for restoration actions after Amazon hydropower development. PeerJ 6: e4228. Key Words: Reptilia, Testudines, Podocnemididae, Conservation, Habitat, South America, Brazil, Before-after-control-impact. Available for download e em

ORTIZ, D. A.; Lima, A.P.; Werneck, F.P. 2018. Environmental transition zone and rivers shape intraspecific population structure and genetic diversity of an Amazonian rain forest tree frog. Evolutionay Ecology, v. 32, p. 359–378. DOI: Key Words: Amazonia, Amphibia, contact zone, gradient hypothesis, Osteocephalus taurinus, species group, Riverine barrier hypothesis. Available for download

PEREA, R.; FERNANDES, G. W.; DIRZO, R. 2018. Embryo size as a tolerance trait against seed predation: Contribution of embryo-damage seeds to plant regeneration. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Ecovution and Systematics 31 (2018) 7-16. Available for download

PEQUENO, PACL; FRANKLIN, E. 2018. The scaling of growth, reproduction and defense in colonies of amazonian termites. Sociobiology 65(1), 1-9 (March-18). DOI: 10.13102/sociobiology.v65il.1786. Key Words: Adptative demography, caste allocation, Isoptera, optimal caste ratio, resource limitation, social insect. Available for download

PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; FRANKLIN, E.; NORTON, R. A.; MORAIS, J. W. de. 2018. A tropical arthropod unravels local and global environmental dependence of seasonal temperature - size response. Biol. Lett. 14: 20180125. Key Words: food quality, life history, local adaptation, oxygen hypothesis, phenotypic plasticity, supply - demand model. Available for download

PONTES-DA-SILVA, E.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; SINERVO, B.; CAETANO, G. H.; MILES, D. B.; COLLI, G. R.; DIELE-VIEGAS, L. M.; FENKER, J.; SANTOS, J. C.; WERNECK, F. P. 2018. Extinction risks forced by climatic change and intraspecific variation in the thermal physiology of a tropical lizard. Journal of Thermal Biology 73(2018), pp. 50-60. Key Words: Amazon, Cerrado, Ecophysiology, Global warming, Preferred temperature, Performance. Available for download

POORTER, L.; CASTILHO, C. V.; SCHIETTI, J.; OLIVEIRA, R. S.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2018. Can traits predict individual growth performance? A test in a hyperdiverse tropical forest. New Phytologist, 219, pp. 109-121. DOI: 10.1111/nph.15206. Key Words: acclimation, Amazon defense, functional traits, growth, plant strategies, plasticity, tropical rainforest. Available for download

RABELO, R. M.; GONÇALVES, J. R.; SILVA, F. E.; ROCHA, D. G.; CANALE, G. R.; BERNARDO, C. S. S.; BOUBLI, J. P. 2018. Predicted distribution and habitat loss for the Endangered black-faced black spider monkey Ateles chamek in the Amazon. Oryx, 1-7. DOI: 10.1017/S0030605318000522. Key Words: Amazon, Ateles chamek, Brazil, deforestation, Maxent, primate, protected area, reserve design. Available for download

ROCHA, S. M. C. da; LIMA, A. P.; KAEFER, I. L. 2019. Reproductive behavior of the Amazonian Nurse-Frog Allobates paleovarzensis (Dendrobatoidea, Aromobatidae). South American Journal of Herpetology 13(3): 260-270. DOI: Key Words: Courtship; Mating; Parental care; Territoriality. Available for download e em

RODRIGUES-FILHO, C. A. S.; LEITÃO, R. P.; ZUANON, J.; SANCHEZ-BOTERO, J. I.; BACCARO, F. B. 2018. Historical stability promoted higher functional specialization and originality in Neotropical stream fish assemblages. Journal of Biogeography. 2018:1-10. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13205. Available for download

ROQUE, F. de O.; UEHARA-PRADO, M.; VALENTE-NETO, F.; QUINTERO, J. M. U.; RIBEIRO, K. T.; MARTINS, M. B.; LIMA, M. G. de; SOUZA, F. L.; FISCHER, E.; SILVA JR, U. L. da; ISHIDA, F. Y.; GRAY-SPENCE, A.; PINTO, J. O. P.; RIBEIRO, D. B.; MARTINS, C. de A.; RENAUD, P. C.; PAYS, O.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. A network of monitoring  networks for evaluating biodiversity consertation effectiveness in Brazilian protected areas. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 16 (2018), 177-185. Key Words: Biomonitoring, Conservation biology, Environmental organizations, Fuzzy logic. Available for download

SANTORELLI JR, S.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; DEUS, C. P. 2018. Most species are not limited by an Amazonian river postulated to be a border between endemism areas. Scientific Reports| (2018) 8:2294| DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-20596-7. Available for download

SOUZA, J. L. P.; BACCARO, F. B.; PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; FRANKLIN, E.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2018. Effectiveness of genera as a higther-taxon substitute for species in ant biodiversity analyses is not affected by sampling technique. Biodiversity and Conservation (2018) 27:3425–3445. Key Words: Amazon, Ants, Beta diversity, Standardized sampling protocol, Surrogate, Tropical forest. Available for download

SOUZA, A. O.; CHAVES, M. do P. S. R.; BARBOSA, R. I.; CLEMENT, C. R. 2018. Local ecological knowledge concerning the invasion of Amerindian lands in the northern Brazilian Amazon by Acacia mangium (Willd.). Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 14:33. Key Words: Ethnoecology, Traditional knowledge, Biological invasion, Non-native species, Indigenous nations. Doi: Available for download

STAUDE, I. R.; VÉLEZ-MARTIN, E.; ANDRADE, B. O.; PODGAISKI, L. R.; BOLDRINI, I. I.; MENDONÇA JR, M.; PILLAR, V. D.; OVERBECK, G. E. 2018. Local biodiversity erosion in south Brazilian grasslands under moderate levels of landscape habitat loss. Journal of Applied Ecology, 2018: 1-11. Available for download

TORRALVO, K.; RABELO, R. 2018. Melanosuchus niger (Black Caiman) and Caiman Crocodilus (Spectacled Caiman). Nesting. Herpetological Review, n. 49 (1), pp. 113-114. Available for download

TOURINHO, A. L.; DIAS, S. C.; MANG-HUNG, F. LO; PINTO-DA-ROCHA, R.; BONALDO, A. B.; BACCARO, F. B. 2018. Optimizing survey methods for spiders and harvestmen assemblages in an Amazonian upland forest. Pedobiologia - Journal of Soil Ecology, 67 (2018), pp. 35-44. Key Words: Biological surveys, Sampling methods, Ecological assemblage, Species richness, Tropical spiders and harvestmen, Amazonia. Available for download

VERDE, R. S.; SILVA, R. C.; CALOURO, A. M. 2018. Activity patterns of frugivorous phyllostomid bats in an urban fragment in southwest Amazonia, Brazil. Iheringia, Série Zoologia, 108: e2018016. DOI: 101590/1678-4766e2018016. Key Words: Amazon forest, forest fragmentation, fruit-eating, pattern hourly activity, Phyllostomidae. Available for download

VILLAMARÍN, F.; JARDINE, T. D.; BUNN, S. E.; MARIONI, B.; MAGNUSSON, W.E. 2018. Body size is more important than diet in determining stable-isotope estimates of trophic position in crocodilians. Scientific Reports (2018) 8:2020|DOI: 10.1038./s41598-018-19918-6. Available for download