Articles - 2015

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ALMEIDA, E.J.; LUIZÃO, F.J.; RODRIGUES, D.J. Produção de serrapilheira em florestas intactas e exploradas seletivamente no sul da Amazônia em função da área basal da vegetação e da densidade de plantas. Revista Acta Amazonica, v.45 (2), p.157 - 166, 2015. Key Words: Transition forest, nutrient cycling, selective logging, forest management. Available for download

ALMEIDA, A. P.; RODRIGUES, D.J.; GAREY, M.V.; MENIN, M. 2015. Tadpole richness in riparian areas is determined by niche-based and neutral processes. Hydrobiologia, v. 745, p. 123-135. Key Words: Environmental features Niche-based processes Neutral processes Spatial dynamics Terra firme forest.  Available for download

BELLINI, B. C.; CIPOLA, N. G.; GODEIRO, N. N. 2015. New species of Lepidocyrtus Bourlet and Entomobrya Rondani (Collembola: Entomobryoidea: Entomobryidae) from Brazil. Zootaxa, 4027: 227-242, 2015. Key Words: Brazilian fauna, detailed chaetotaxy, Entomobryinae, Entomobryini, Lepidocyrtini, Neotropical Region.

BERNINI, R.B.; COUTINHO, L.H.; NUNEZ, C.V.; de CASTILHO, R.B.; de SOUZA, G.G.B. 2015. Ionic fragmentation of the isoprene molecule in the VUV energy range (12 to 310eV). Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena (Print), v. 202, p. 107-111. Key Words: Isoprene Photoionization Mass spectrometry Time-of-flight Synchrotron radiation. Available for download

BOSHOLN, M.; FECCHIO, A.; SILVEIRA P.; BRAGA, E. M.; ANCIÃES, M. 2015. Effects of avian malaria on male behaviour and female visitation in lekking Blue-crowned Manakins. Journal of Avian Biology, v. 47, edição 4, p. 457-465. DOI: 10.1111/jav.00864.  Available for download

BORGES, L. H. M.; CALOURO, A. M.; SOUZA, J. R. D. 2015. Large and medium-sized mammals from Chandless State Park, Acre, Brazil. Mastozoología Neotropical, 22(2):265-277. Key Words: Armadilha fotográfica. Rastros. Riqueza de espécies. Transecção linear. Unidades de Conservação. Available for download

CINTRA, R. 2015. Spatial distribution and composition of waterbirds in relation to limnological conditions in the Amazon basin. Hydrobiologia, 747:235-252. Key Words:  Amazonia, Community ecology, Trophics status, Waterbirds, Wetland richness, Varzea. Available for download

CORDEIRO, D.; BRAVO, F.; CHAGAS, C.B. 2015. Four new species of Psychodinae (Diptera: Psychodidae) from the Brazilian semiarid region, with contributions to supraspecific classification of Trichopsychodina and a redefinition of Feuerborniella. Acta entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 55: 457-473. Key Words: Diptera, Psychodidae, moth fl ies, taxonomy, new species, new combination, Northeastern Brazil, Neotropical Region. Available for download

COSTA, F. V.; COSTA, F. C.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; FRANKLIN, E.; ZUANON, J.; CINTRA, R.; CAMARGO, J. L.; ANDRADE, A.; LAURANCE, W.; BACCARO, F. B. SOUZA, J. L. P.; ESPERITO-SANTO, H. 2015. Synthesis of the first 10 years of long-term ecological research in Amazonian Forest ecosystem - implications for conservation and management. Natureza & Conservação, v. 13, p. 3-14. Key Words:Global changes, Habitat loss, Long-term studies, Spatial-temporal variation, Selective logging. Available for download

DIAS-TERCEIRO, R. G.; KAEFER, I. L.; de FRAGA, R.; de ARAÚJO, M. C.; SIMÕES, P. I.; LIMA, A. P. 2015. A Matter of Scale: Historical and Environmental Factors Structure Anuran Assemblagesfrom the Upper Madeira River, Amazonia. Biotropica, pp.1-8. Key Words:  Amphibia; Anura; diurnal frogs; environmental gradients; riverine barrier; Rond^onia; species composition. Available for download

DIAS, L. F. O.; DIAS, D. V.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2015. Influence of Environmental Governance on Deforestation in Municipalities of the Brazilian Amazon. PloS one, 10(7),10.1371/journal.pone.0131425.  Key Words: Available for download

FAUSET, S., JOHNSON, M. O., GLOOR, M., BAKER, T. R., MONTEAGUDO, A., BRIENEN, R. J., ... & LEVIS, C. 2015. Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling. Nature Comunications, 6. Key Words:  Available for download

FERNANDES, H. P.; SINHORIN, A. P.; SINHORIN, V. D. G.; VIEIRA-JÚNIOR, G. M.; SILVA, V. C.; CARVALHO, M. G. 2015. New glycosylated biscoumarins from Hymenaea coubaril L. seeds. Phytochemistry Letters (Print). Key Words: Biscoumarins, Hymenaea courbaril L., Seeds. Available for download

FERNANDES, I. O.; SOUZA, J. L. P.; DELABIE, J. H. C.; FERNÁNDEZ, F. 2015. New Records of the Dorylinae Ant Genus Cheliomyrmex for the Brazilian Amazon Basin. Sociobiology, 62(1), pp.128-131. Key Words: Cheliomyrmex megalonyx, army ants, Amazon rain forest, biogeography, cryptic ants. Available for download

FERNANDES, I. O.; SOUZA, J. L. P.; FERNADEZ, F.; DELABIE, J. H. C.; SCHULTZ, T. R. A. 2015.  The new species of Simopelta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae) from Brazil and Costa Rica. Zootaxa (Online), 3956: 295-300. Key Words: blind ant, Rio Madeira, hydroelectric plant, cryptobiotic, Simopelta jeckylli. Available for download

GRAÇA, M. B.; MORAIS, J. W.; FRANKLIN E.; PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; SOUZA, J. L. P.; BUENO, A. S. 2015. Combining taxonomic and functional approaches to unravel the spatial distribution of an amazonian butterfly community. Environmental Entomology, v. 183, p. 1–9. Key Words: body size, environmental filtering, larval diet breadth, plant species richness, predation pressure. Available for download  

GIBB, H.; SANDERS, N. J.; DUNN, R. R.; WATSON, S.; PHOTAKIS, M.; ABRIL, S.; ANDERSEN, N. A.; ANGULO, E.; ARMBRECHT, I.; ARNAN, X.; BACCARO, F. B.; et al. 2015. Climate mediates the effects of disturbance on ant assemblage structure. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, v. 282, p. 20150418. Key Words: assemblage structure, dominance, global warming, probability of interspecific encounter, species evenness. Available for download

LANG, C.; COSTA, F. R. C.; CAMARGO, J. L. C.; DURGANTE, F. M.; VICENTINI, A. 2015. Near Infrared Spectroscopy facilitates rapid identification of both young and mature Amazonian tree species. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0134521. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0134521. Available for download

LEUCHTENBERGER, C.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; MOURÃO, G. 2015. Territoriality of giant otter groups in an area with seasonal flooding. PloS one, 10(5), e0126073,  e0131425, 10.1371/journal.pone.0126073. Available for download

LOPEZ-ROJAS, J. J. L.; SOUZA, M. B.; MORATO, E. F. 2015. Influence os habitat structure on Pristimantis species (ANURA: Craugastoridae) in a bamboo-dominat forest fragment on southwestern Amazonia. Phyllomedusa 14(1):19–3. Key Words: anurans, bamboo density, habitat structure, Neutral Theory, Niche Theory, northern Brazil, probability of occurrence. Available for download

MANZI, A. O. ; MAGALHAES, C. U.; KELLER, C.; SANTOS, J. L. C. ; CAMARGO, J. L. C. ; PIEDADE, M. T.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2015. O esvaziamento de recursos humanos no Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia: encolher a ciência na Região Norte é a melhor estratégia para o Brasil?. Parcerias Estratégicas (Impresso), v. 21, p. 187-204. Key Words: Política científica. Investimento. Desenvolvimento sustentável. Governo Federal.. Available for download

MARANHO, Á. S.; SALIMON, C. I. 2015. Maranthaceae overabundance decreases richness and abundance of regenerating woody plants in natural gaps. Neotropical Biology and Conservation, 10: 53-62. Key Words: distúrbios naturais, herbáceas, sucessão vegetal.. Available for download MARCIENTE, R.; BOBROWIEC, P. E. D.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2015. Ground-Vegetation Clutter Affects Phyllostomid Bat Assemblage Structure in Lowland Amazonian Forest. PloS one, 10(6), e0129560, 10.1371/journal.pone.0129560. Disponivel online

MARSARO JÚNIOR, A. L.; DEUS, E. G.; RONCHI-TELES, B.; ADAIME, R.; SILVA JÚNIOR, R. J. 2013. Species of Anastrepha (Diptera: Tephritidae) captured in a guava orchard (Psidium guajava L., Myrtaceae) in Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Biology (Impresso), v. 73, p. 879-886. Key Words: Amazon, Anastrepha ethalea, Anastrepha striata, fruit flies. Available for download

MARTINS, T. F.; GIANIZELLA, S. L.; NUNES, P. H.; FARIA, D. C. L. O.; NASCIMENTO, C. A. R.; ABRAHÃO, C. A.; MIRIRANDA, F. R.; TEIXEIRA, R. H.; RAMIREZ, D. G.; BARROS-BATTESTI, D. M.; LABRUNA, M. B. 2015. New records of Amblyomma goeldii (Acari: Ixodidae) and description of the nymphal stage. Zootaxa, v. 3949 (3), p. 439-444. Key Words: tick, nymph, description, identification key, Brazil.

MARTINS, D.; NUNEZ, C. V. Secondary Metabolites from Rubiaceae Species. 2015.  Molecules (Basel. Online), v. 20, p. 13422-13495. Key Words: Rubiaceae; Rubioideae; Cinchonoideae; Ixoroideae; iridoids; alkaloid; anthraquinones; triterpenes.  Available for download

MELO, T. N.; ARAUJO, R.; LIMA, M. A.; GUILHERME, E.; XAVIER, R. S. 2015. First record of White-bellied Dacnis Dacnis albiventris (Passeriformes: Thraupidae) for the state of Acre with notes on its foraging behaviour. Cotinga (Sandy), v. 37, p. 59-60. Available for download

MELO, T. N.; OLMOS, F.; QUENTAL, J. 2015. New records of Picumnus subtilis (Aves: Picidae), Cnipodectes superrufus and Hemitriccus cohnhafti (Aves: Rhynchocyclidae) in Acre, Brazil. Check List (São Paulo. Online), v. 11, p. 1519-4. Key Words: Acre, bamboo specialists, Brazil, Cnipodectes superrufus, Hemitriccus cohnhafti, Picumnus subtilis, southwestern Amazon. Available for download

MENDES D. M.; ALVES-OLIVEIRA J. R. 2015. Description of the male and redescription of the female of Agaurella mirabilis (Brunner von Wattenwyl, 1891) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) with new behavioral data. Zootaxa. 4057(2): 273-80. Key Words: Brazilian Amazon, camouflage, thanatosis, katydids. DOI: 

MESQUITA, D. W. O.; MESQUITA, A. S. S.; CURSINO, L. M. C.; SOUZA, E. S.; OLIVEIRA, A. C.; PINHEIRO, C. C. S.; NOVAES, J. A. P.; OLIVEIRA, J. A. A.; NUNEZ, C. V. 2015. Atividades biológicas de espécies amazônicas de Rubiaceae. Revista Brasileira de Plantas Medicinais, v. 17, p. 604-613. Key Words: Artemia salina, Antioxidante, Antifúngica, Duroia, Palicourea. Available for download

MICHALSKI, L. J., NORRIS, D., OLIVEIRA, T. G., MICHALSKI, F.. 2015. Ecological relationships of Meso-Scale distribution in 25 Neotropical Vertebrate Species. PLoS ONE | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0126114 May 4, 2015. Available for download

MOULATLET, G. M. ; RENNÓ, C. D. ; COSTA, F. R. C. ; EMILIO, T. ; Schietti, J. 2015. Mapping hydrological environments in central Amazonia: ground validation and surface model based on SRTM DEM data corrected for deforestation. Earth System Science Data, v. 7, p. 29-34, 2015. Available for download

NORONHA, J. C.; BATTIROLA, L. D.; CHAGAS-JUNIOR, A.; MIRANDA, R.; CARPENEDO, R. S.; RODRIGUES, D. J. 2015. Predation of bat (Molossus molossus: Molossidae) by the centipede Scolopendra viridicornis (Scolopendridae) in Southern Amazonia. Acta Amazonica, v. 45, p. 333-336. Key Words: Chilopoda; Chiroptera; feeding behavior. Available for download

NORONHA, J. C.; LIMA, M. M.; VELASQUEZ, C. L.; ALMEIDA, E. J.; BARROS, A. B.; RODRIGUES, D. J. 2015. Update das espécies de anuros da Fazenda São Nicolau, Mato Grosso, Brasil. Sci. Elec. Arch. v. 8, n. 1. Key Words: Distributions; Diversity; Amazonian Matogrossense. Available for download

NOVAES, Weber G., CINTRA, Renato. Anthropogenic features influencing occurrence of Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) and Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aurea) in an urban area in Central Amazonian Brazil. Key Words: urubu-de-cabe¸ca-preta, Coragyps atratus, urubu-de-cabe¸ca-vermelha, Cathartes aura, uso do habitat urbano, colisoes com aeronaves. Available for download

OHARA, W. M., QUEIROZ, L. J., ZUANON, J., TORRENTE-VILARA, G., VIEIRA, F. G., DORIA, C. R. da C. Fish collection of the Universidade Federal de Rondônia: its importance to the knowledge of Amazonian fish diversity. Acta Scientiarum. Biologival Sciences. Maringá, v. 37, n. 2, p. 251-258, Apr.-June, 2015.  Key Words: Brazi, freshwater fish, Madeira River basin, high species richness. Available for download

OLIVEIRA, A. C.; MESQUITA, D. W. O.; MESQUITA, A. S.; FERNANDES, C. C.; PINHEIRO, C. C. S.; SOUZA, E. S.; OSORIO, M. I. C.; CURSINO, L. M.; MARINHO, J. V. N.; BELESA, M. M. B.; AMARAL, I. L.; NUNEZ, C. V. 2015. Brine Shrimp Bioassay of Plants of the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest. European Academic Research, v. II, p. 14615-14619. Key Words: cytotoxic activity, Artemia salina, amazonian species, Capparaceae, Cecropiaceae, Fabaceae, Olacaceae, Rutaceae, Salicaceae, Verbenaceae. Available for download

PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; FRANKLIN, E.; VENTICINQUE, E.; ACIOLI, A. N. S. 2015. Linking functional trade-offs, population limitation and size structure: Termites under soil heterogeneity. Basic and Applied Ecology, v. 16, p. 365-374. Key Words: Environmental filter, Granulometry, Size inequality Social Insect, Species distribution. Available for download

SALVATIERRA, L.; BRESCOVIT, A. D.; TOURINHO, A. L. 2015. Description of two new species of Tangaroa (Arachnida: Araneae: Uloboridae). The Journal of Arachnology, v. 43, p. 331-341.  Key Words: Spiders, Haplogynae, cribellate spider, Deinopoidea. Available for download

SCARPASSA, V. M; FIGUEIREDO, A. S; ALENCAR, R. B. 2015. Genetic diversity and population structure in the Leishmania guyanensis vector Lutzomyia anduzei (Diptera, Psychodidae) from the Brazilian Amazon. Elsevier. v.31 pp 312-320.  Key Words:Population genetics, Mitochondrial DNA, Sandflies, Leishmania vector, Brazil. Available for download

SCHMELLER, D. S.; JULLIARD, R.; BELLINGHAM, P. J. ; BÖHM, M.; BRUMMITT, N.; CHIARUCCI, A.; COUVET, D.; ELMENDORF, S.; FORSYTH, D. M.; MORENO, J. G.; GREGORY, R. D.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; MARTIN, L. J.; MCGEOCH, M. A.; MIHOUB, J. B.; PEREIRA, H. M. ; PROENÇA, V.; VAN SWAAY, C. A. M.; YAHARA, T.; BELNAP, J. 2015. Towards a global terrestrial species monitoring program. Journal for Nature Conservation, v. 25, p. 51-57. Key Words:  Convention on Biological Diversity, Essential Biodiversity, Variable, Group of Earth Observation Network, GEO System of Systems Modelling framework, Policy support. Available for download

SCHOENINGER, K.; PÁDUA, D. G.; SALVATIERRA, L.; OLIVEIRA, M. L. 2015. First Record of Pediobius pyrgo (Walker) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) in South America and its Emergence from Egg Sacs of Latrodectus geometricus C. L. Koch (Araneae: Theridiidae). EntomoBrasilis, v. 8, p. 79-81.  Key Words: Brazil; Chalcidoidea; Parasitism; Spider; Wasps. Available for download

SOUZA, J. L. P. , BACCARO, F. B. , LANDEIRO, V. L. , FRANKLIN, E. , MAGNUSSON, W. E. , PEQUENO, P. A. C. L. , FERNANDES, I. O. 2015. Taxonomic sufficiency and indicator taxa reduce sampling costs and increase monitoring effectiveness for ants. Diversity and Distribuitions. 22 (1), p. 111-122. Key Words: alpha diversity, amazonia, beta diversity, latitudinal gradient, monitoring, sampling standardized protocol, tropical forest. Available for download

STEEGE, H.; PITMAN, N. C.; KILLEEN, T. J.; LAURANCE, W. F.; PERES, C. A.; GUEVARA, J. E.; SALOMÃO, R. P.; CASTILHO, C. V., et al. 2015. Estimating the global conservation status of more than 15,000 Amazonian tree species. Science advances, 1(10), p.e1500936. Available for download

TOURINHO, A. L; PINTO-DA-ROCHA, R.; BRAGAGNOLO, C. 2015. Taxonomic notes on Holcobunus roewer, 1910, with descriptions of three new species, and new records for Holcobunus nigripalpis Roewer, 1910 (Opiliones: Eupnoi: Sclerosomatidae). Zootaxa (Online), v. 4027, p. 425-436.  Key Words: Brazil, Neotropics, harvestman, Atlantic Forest, Serra da Mantiqueira, taxonomy, systematics. Available for download

VAN KERKHOFF, L. E.; LEBEL, L. 2015. Coproductive capacities: rethinking science-governance relations in a diverse world. Ecology and Society 20(1): 14.  Key Words: capacity development; coproduction; environmental governance; environmental policy; knowledge; scale; science-policy interface; sustainable development. Available for download

VIEIRA-JÚNIOR, G. M.; ROCHA,C. Q.; RODRIGUES, T. S.; HIRUMA-LIMA, C. A.; VILEGAS, W. 2015. New steroidal saponins and antiulcer activity from Solanum paniculatum L. Food Chemistry, v.186,p.160-167.  Key Words: Solanaceae, Solanum paniculatum, Steroidal saponins, Antiulcer activity. Available for download

ZANOLI, P. R. & MORATO, E. F. 2015. Influência da Estrutura da Vegetação sobre a abundância, riqueza e composição de aranhas em uma floresta ombrófila aberta com bambu (Guadua weberbaueri) no leste do Acre, Brasil. UNOPAR Científica. Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde, v. 17, p. 125-138. Key Words: Aracnídeos. Biodiversidade. Manejo de Espécimes. Available for download