Study on network of frugivorous birds-plants interaction in campinaranas is concluded in PPBio plots in the Acre Regional Nucleus

The theme frugivorous birds-plants interaction in a campinarana enclave in southwestern Amazonia (Mâncio Lima-Cruzeiro do Sul), was the target of a master's degree work developed in one of the areas of PPBio and concluded by Maíra Santos Silva (Figure 1), student of the Graduate Program in Ecology and Natural Resource Management at the Federal University of Acre.

Lights in the Forest

Publishing books in multiple and indigenous languages in Brazil is important because:
1. Language diversity: Brazil is home to a diverse range of linguistic communities, including indigenous peoples who have their own unique languages and cultures. By publishing books in these languages, the literary and cultural heritage of these communities is preserved and promoted.