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2010Long-term persistence of midsized to large-bodied mammals in Amazonian landscapes under varying contexts of forest coverSampaio, Ricardo Telles de Moreira; Lima, Albertina Pimental; Magnusson, William Ernest; Peres, Carlos A.
2021Natural History Notes On Interactions And Abnormal Coloration In Carnivores In The Araucaria Forest, Southern BrazilCaravaggi, Anthony; Rosa, Clarissa Alves da; Freitas, Antônio Carlos de; Hübel, Marcelo; Aximoff, Izar Araújo
2017Reproductive biology of the endangered wattled curassow (Crax globulosa; Galliformes: Cracidae) in the Juruá River Basin, Western Brazilian AmazoniaLeite, Gabriel Augusto; Farias, Izeni P.; Peres, Carlos A.; Brooks, Daniel M.
2016Seasonal movements of river dolphins (Inia geoffrensis) in a protected Amazonian floodplainMintzer, Vanessa J.; Lorenzen, Kai; Frazer, Thomas Kerry; Silva, Vera Maria Ferreira da; Martin, Anthony Richard
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2009Seasonality of habitat use, mortality and reproduction of the vulnerable antillean manatee trichechus manatus manatus in the orinoco river, Colombia: Implications for conservationCastelblanco-Martínez, Nataly; Bermúdez-Romero, Ana Lucía; Gómez-Camelo, Isabel Victoria; Weber Rosas, Fernando Cesar; Trujillo, Fernando; Zerda-Ordóñez, Enrique
2000Subsistence hunting among the Waimiri Atroari Indians in central Amazonia, BrazilSouza-Mazurek, Rosélis Remor de; Pedrinho, Temehe; Feliciano, Xinymy; Hilärio, Waraté; Gerôncio, Sanapyty; Marcelo, Ewepe
2018When predators become prey: Community-based monitoring of caiman and dolphin hunting for the catfish fishery and the broader implications on Amazonian human-natural systemsPimenta, Natalia Camps; Barnett, Adrian Ashton; Botero-Arias, Robinson; Marmontel, Míriam
2011Yanomami Mobility and Its Effects on the Forest LandscapeNilsson, Maurice Seiji Tomioka; Fearnside, Philip Martin