Articles - 2022

20222021 - 2020 - 2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 1998

Updated: 13/06/2022

  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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Available online

  10. 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

  11. 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: Key Word: neotropics, Scarabaeinae, Soil granulometry, Tropical rainforest. Available online

  12. 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. DOI: online

  13. 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 (2022).  DOI: Key Word: Interspecifc interaction, Interaction network, Mutualistic networks, Seed dispersal, The white-sand vegetation.

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 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: Key Word: community ecology, Island biogeography, sampling protocol, tropical forest, understorey plants. Available online