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  1. BOBROWIEC, P. E. D.; FARNEDA, F. Z.; NOBRE, C. C.; TAVARES, V. da C. 2022. Taxonomic and functional responses of bats to habitat flooding by an Amazonian mega-dam. Biodiversity and Conservation. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-022-02396-8. Available online

  2. BRAGA, P. L. M.; BORGES, S. H.; PERES, C. A.; LOISELLE, B. A.; BLAKE, J. G.; MENGER, J.; BUENO, A. S.; ANCIÃES, M.; TEÓFILO, F. H.; MAXIMIANO, M. F. A.; SOUZA, A. H. N.; BOSS, R. L.; BACCARO, F. B. 2022. Connecting Amazonian historical biogeography and local assemblages of understorey birds: Recurrent guild proportionality within areas of endemism. Journal of Biogeography (2022) 49: 324-338.  Key Word: areas if endemism, diversity patterns, guild proportionality, historical biogeography, interspecific competition, understorey birds. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.14301. Available online

  3. COSTA, F. R. C.; SCHIETTI, J.; STARK, S. C.; SMITH, M. N. 2022. The other side of the tropical forest drought: do shallow water table regions of Amazonia act as large-scale hydrological refugia from drought? New Phytologist (2022). Key Word: climate change forecasting, ecosystem function, hydrological regimes, soil  moisture, tipping points, tropical forests. DOI: 10.1111/nph.17914. Available online

  4. FIGUEIREDO, F. O. G.; ANDRÉ, T.; MOULATLET, G. M.; SAKA, M. N.; ARAUJO, M. H. T.; TUOMISTO, H.; ZUQUIM, G.; EMÍLIO, T.; BALSLEV, H.; BORCHSENIUS, F.; CAMPOS, J. V.; SILVEIRA, M.; RODRIGUES, D. J.; COSTA, F. R. C. 2022. Linking high diversification rates of rapidly growing Amazonian plants to geophysical landscape transformations promoted by Andean uplift. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 2022, 199, 36–52.. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/botlinnean/boab097. Key Word: functional traits – geology – leaf mass per area – Marantaceae – speciation. Available online

  5. GEROLAMO, C. S.; COSTA, F. R. C.; ZUNTINI, A. R.; VICENTINI, A.; LOHMANN, L. G.; SCHIETTI, J.; ROCHA, E. X.; ANGYALOSSY, V.; NOGUEIRA, A. Hydro-edaphic gradiente and phylogenetic history explain the landscape distribution of a highly diverse clade of lianas in the Brazilian Amazon. Front. For. Glob. Change, 15 April 2022. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/ffgc.2022.809904. Key Word: gradient analyses, habitat specialization, liana diversity, phylogenetic community structure, terra firme forest, vines. Available online

  6. GUEDES, M.; FALEN, L.; PEREIRA, O. S.; LIMA, A. P.; CASTILHO, C. V. de; JORGE, R. F.; MAGNUSSON ,W.; HIPOLITO, J. 2022.Understory palms are not canopy palms writ small: Factors affecting Amazonian understory palms within riparian zones and across the landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 509 (2022) 120054. DOI: Forest Ecology and Management 509 (2022) 120054. Key Word: Community ecology Environmental gradient Abiotic interactions Riparian forests Tropical forest. Available online

  7. LIMA, L. M.; PEDROZA, L. S.; OSÓRIO, M. I. C.; SOUZA, J. C.; NUNEZ, C. V. 2022. Phytotoxicity of plant extracts of Vismia japurensis cultivated in vivo and in vitro. Brazilian Journal of Biology, 2022, vol. 82, e235475. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1590/1519-6984.235475. Key Word: bioprospecção, cultura de tecidos vegetais, terpenos, antraquinonas, fitotoxicidade. Available online

  8. MIQUEIAS, F.; MORAVEC, J.; FERREIRA, A. S;;MORALES, L. J. C. L.; HANKEN, J. 2022. A new snouted treefrog of the genus Scinax (Anura, Hylidae) from the white-sand forests of Central Amazonia. Breviora,573(1): 1-36. DOI: 10.3099/0006-9698-573.1.1. Key Word: bioacoustics; integrative taxonomy; morphology; Rio Negro Sustainable Development Reserve; Scinax staufferi species group; tadpoles. Disponivel online

  9. NYHOLT, K.; JARDINE, T. D.; VILLAMARÍN, F.; JACOBI, C. M.; HAWES, J. E.; CAMPOS-SILVA, J. V.; SRAYKO, S.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2022. High rates of mercury biomagnification iin fish from Amazonian floodplain-lake food webs. Science of The Total Environment, v. 833, 10 August 2022, 155161. Key Word:  trophic magnification, methylmercury, Arapaima, Subsistence fishing, low-water season, falling-water season. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155161. Available online

  10. PEQUENO, P. A. C. L.; FRANKLIN, E.; NORTON, R. A. 2022. Hunger for sex: Abundant, heterogeneous resources select for sexual reproduction in the field. Journal of Evolution Biology. 2022;00:1–9. Available online

  11. RABELO, R. M.; OLIVEIRA, I. F.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2022. Finding a lost species in the ‘Lost World’: predicted habitat occupancy by an endemic butterfly in a Neotropical sky-island archipelago. Insect Conservation and Diversity (2022) 15, 128-135. Key Word: Antirrhea, Bayesian occupancy model, detectability, endemism, last glacial maximum, Pantepui, species distribution modelling, Vicariance-Migration hypothesis.  DOI: 10.1111/icad.12521. Available online

  12. SALOMÃO, R. P.; PIRES, D. de A.; BACCARO, F. B.; SCHIETTI, J.; VAZ-DE-MELO, F. Z.; LIMA, A. P.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2022. Water table level and soil texture are important drivers of dung beetle diversity in Amazonian lowland forests. Applied Soil Ecology, v. 170, February 2022, 104260. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2021.104260. Key Word: neotropics, Scarabaeinae, Soil granulometry, Tropical rainforest. Available online

  13. SANTORELLI JUNIOR, S.; MAGNUSSON, W. E.; DEUS, C. P. de; KEITT, T. H. 2022. Neutral processes and reduced dispersal across Amazonian rivers may explain how rivers maintain species diversity after secondary contact. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 20 (2022) 151–158. Available online

  14. SANTOS, M.; ALENCAR, L.; GUILHERME, E. 2022. Black Manakin (Xenopipo atronitens) as a keystone species for seed dispersal in a white-sand vegetation enclave in Southwest Amazonia. COMMUNITY ECOLOGY 23, 55–62 (2022).  Key Word: Interspecifc interaction, Interaction network, Mutualistic networks, Seed dispersal, The white-sand vegetation. Avalilable online

  15. SOUSA, T. R.; SCHIETTI, J.; RIBEIRO, I. O.; EMÍLIO, T. et al..2022. Water table depth modulates productivity and biomass across Amazonian forests. Global Ecol Biogeogr. 2022;00:1–18. DOI: 10.1111/geb.13531. Key Word: above-ground biomass, carbon, forest dynamics, groundwater, seasonality, tropical ecology. Available online

  16. VILLACORTA, C. D. A.; CARVALHO, L. C. S.; NASCIMENTO, M. T.; BARBOSA, R. I. 2022. Pedoenvironments driving the monodominance of Peltogyne gracilipes (Leguminosae) in the Northern Amazon, Brazil. Revista Agro @ mbiente On-line, 16. Key Word: Drainage. Environmental filters. Seasonal forests. Maracá island. Roraima. Available online

  17. ZUQUIM, G.; BENCHIMOL, M.; TONON, R.; PERES, C. A.; STORCK-TONON, D. 2022. Effects of forest degradation on Amazonian ferns in a land-bridge island system as revealed by non-specialist inventories. Ecol Solut Evid. 2022;3:e12123. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/2688-8319.12123. Key Word: community ecology, Island biogeography, sampling protocol, tropical forest, understorey plants. Available online