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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Bat Communities Of An Amazonian Remnant Forest Of São Luís Island, Maranhão [comunidades De Morcegos Em Habitats De Uma Mata Amazónica Remanescente Na Ilha De São Luís, Maranhão]|
|Abstract:||There are few studies about bat communities in Brazil and none for the Maranhão state there is none. The present study aimed to analyze the bat community of the Bacanga State Park (PEB), São Luís - MA, and to contribute with bat data for the Maranhão state. The bats were sampled in four different habitats (capoeira forest, terra firme forest, riparian forest, and mangrove), using three mist nets from May to August 2004. Diversity and similarity were calculated, as well as the spatial niches width and overlap of the commonest species in PEB. Twenty four species of bats were recorded in PEB and the riparian habitat forest presented the highest diversity index. The low similarity found between mangrove and the remaining habitats seemed to identify two well-defined assemblages of bats in the sampled area, which is enforced by the spatial niche overlaps of the most commonness species.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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