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artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2004Oribatid mite (Acari: Oribatida) contribution to decomposition dynamic of leaf litter in primary forest, second growth, and polyculture in the Central Amazon.Franklin, E.; Hayek, T.; Fagundes, E. P.; Silva, L. L.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2015Floristic and phytosociology in dense “terra firme” rainforest in the Belo Monte Hydroelectric Plant influence area, Pará, BrazilLemos, D. A.N.; Ferreira, B. G A; Siqueira, Joésio Deoclécio Pierin; Oliveira, M. M.; Ferreira, A. M.
2011Diversity of the families of Coleoptera captured with pitfall traps in five different environments in Santa Maria, RS, BrazilFagundes, Camila Kurzmann; Di Mare, Rocco Alfredo; Wink, Charlote; Manfio, Daiara
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2008Edge effects and landscape matrix use by a small mammal community in fragments of semideciduous submontane forest in Mato Grosso, BrazilSantos Filho, Manoel dos; Silva, Dionei José da; Sanaiotti, Tânia Margarete
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2012Use of habitats by non-volant small mammals in Cerrado in Central BrazilSantos Filho, Manoel dos; Frieiro-Costa, Fernando Antônio; Ignácio, Áurea Regina Alves; Silva, Maria Nazareth Fda
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2007Directional changes in plant assemblages along an altitudinal gradient in northeast BrazilSantos, Bráulio Almeida; Barbosa, David Ítallo; Tabarelli, Marcelo
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2006A medium-spatial scale distribution pattern of pseudoscorpionida (arachnida) in a gradient of topography (altitude and inclination), soil factors, and litter in a central Amazonia forest reserve, BrazilAguiar, Nair Otaviano; Gualberto, Tomaz L.; Franklin, E.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2005Fire effects on the composition of a bird community in an Amazonian savanna (Brazil).Sobral Cintra, R. J. de; Sanaiotti, Tânia Margarete
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2006Diversity and distribution of oribatid mites (Acari:Oribatida) in a lowland rain forest in Peru and in several environments of the Brazilians states of Amazonas, Rondônia, Roraima and ParáFranklin, E.; Santos, Evanira M.R.; Albuquerque, M. I.C.