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  1. 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 
  2. 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 
  3. 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: https://doi.org/10.11606/1807-0205/2019.59.53. Key Words: Manaus, aranha marrom, Brown recluse spider, Venomous species. Available for download 
  4. 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 
  5. 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  and http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1676-0611-BN-2018-0717
  6. 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: https://dx.doi.org/10.15446/caldasia.v41n2.74225. Key Words: Amazonian forest, Anura, biogeography, Hylidae, South America. Available for download 
  7. 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: https://doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyz140. Key Words: acoustic monitoring, activity pattern, Amazon, Chiroptera, lunar cycle, rainfall, temperature. Available for download
  8. ARAUJO, G. J., STORCK-TONON, D., IZZO, T.J., 2019. Is panting trees enough? The effect of different types of reforestation on the offspring of Trypoxylon (Trypargilum) lactitarse (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae) in the Southern Amazon. Neotrop. Entomol. 48, p. 572-582. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13744-019-00682-9. Available for download
  9. 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 
  10. 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 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejsobi.2019.04.002
  11. 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 http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1809-4392201800582
  12. BARBOSA, F. R.; FIUZA, P. O.; BARBOSA, G. C. K.; COSTA, L. A.; BARRETO, G. G.; GUSMAO, L. F.  P.; CASTAÑEDA-RUIZ, R.F., 2019. Beltraniomyces panthericolor and B. pulcher spp. nov. from Brazil. Mycotaxon 134, 555-560. Available at: http://doi.org/10.5248/134.555.
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  14. 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  and http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0044-59672019000...
  15. 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 
  16. 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: http://dx.doi.org/10.31413/nativa.v7i5.7480. Key Words: Amazônia meridional; besouros; Insecta; inventário. Available for download  
  17. 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
  18. 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 and  http dx.doi.org/10.11606/issn.2316-9079.v18i1p37-46
  19. 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 
  20. 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
  21. 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 https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.58.35324
  22. 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. Palavras Chave: Zombie ants, Camponotus, Entomopathogenic fungi, Hypocreales, Ophiocordyceps, Extended phenotype, Amazon forests. Available for download and at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2019.100871
  23. 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
  24. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pecon.2019.06.002
  25. 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 and http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1809-4392201801921 
  26. 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. Available: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-1007-y
  27. 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 and https://dx.doi.org/10.14393/BJ-v35n2a2019-41868
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. 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 
  31. 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
  32. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1017/ S0266467419000294
  33. 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 
  34. 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 and http://doi.org/10.1007/s12228-019-09571-2
  35. 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
  36. 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: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1809-4392201901061. Key Words: Amazon Basin, detectability, Tapajós, tree cover. Available for download 
  37. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0223922
  38. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2019.04.02
  39. FRAPPART, F.; PAPA, F.; GÜNTNER, A.; TOMASELLA, J.; PFEFFER, J.; RAMILLIEN, G.; EMILIO, T.; SCHIETTI, J.; SEOANE, L.; CARVALHO, J. da S.; MOREIRA, D. M.; BONNET, M. -P.; SEYLER, F. 2019. The spatio-temporal variability of groundwater storage in the Amazon River Basin. Advances in Water Resources 124, pp. 41-52. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2018.12.005. Key Words: Groundwater, Amazon, multisatellite, hydrological models. Available for download
  40. FUJAN, J. A.; Anjos, M. R. 2019. Variation of the rainfall regime in the Northern region and its effect on the Odonata (insecta) in Been river, Amazonas, Brazil. Acta Zoológica Mexicana, v. 35, pp. 1-6. Palavras-chave: Damselfies,macrophyte, Zygoptera, Coenagrionidae. Disponivel online
  41. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1016/j.steroids.2019.108490
  42. 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 
  43. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1038/$41558-019-0500-2
  44. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actao.2019.05.004
  45. 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 
  46. 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 
  47. 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 
  48. 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: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4577.2.5 Disponível em https://www.mapress.com/j/zt/article/view/zootaxa.4577.2.5?fbclid=IwAR0T...
  49. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-019-01720-z
  50. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1590/0001-3765201920190080.
  51. 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 and http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1809-4392201800284
  52. 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: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4648.3.1.  Available for download
  53. 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
  54. NETO, J. A. C.; 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 and https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2019.100871
  55. 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 
  56. 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 and https://doi.org/10.1080/01650521.2019.1616957 
  57. 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 
  58. 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 
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  60. 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 
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  84. 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 
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  89. 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