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- Russildi, Giovanni, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Biodiversity and conservation 2016 v.25 no.2 pp. 375-392
- amphibians; biodiversity; deforestation; habitats; landscapes; old-growth forests; population dynamics; rain forests; reptiles; surface water; tropical forests; Mexico
- ... The rapid loss and degradation of tropical forests threatens the maintenance of biodiversity across different spatial scales. Nevertheless, the extirpation and population decline of some disturbance-sensitive species may be compensated for by colonization and proliferation of disturbance-adapted species, thus allowing distributions of community-level attributes (e.g., abundance and diversity) to b ...
- Russildi, Giovanni, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Revista mexicana de biodiversidad 2015 v.86 no.2 pp. 457-468
- Eleutherodactylus; Pantherophis; amphibians; databases; inventories; rain forests; reptiles; taxonomy; Mexico
- ... The Lacandona rainforest represents one of the most diverse Mexican tropical wet forests. Although some studies have described the amphibians and reptiles of the region, most herpetological lists come from the northern part of the Lacandona, and there are no confirmed records for many of the expected species. We reviewed databases of scientific collections, taxonomy, and published herpetological l ...