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Type: Artigo
Title: Indirect effects of habitat loss via habitat fragmentation: a cross-taxa analysis of forest-dependent species
Author: Püttker, T.
Crouzeilles, R.
Almeida-Gomes, M.
Schmoeller, M.
Maurenza, D.
Alves-Pinto, H.
Pardini, R.
Vieira, M. V.
Banks-Leite, C.
Fonseca, C. R.
Metzger, J. P.
Accacio, G. M.
Alexandrino, E. R.
Barros, C. S.
Bogoni, J. A.
Boscolo, D.
Brancalion, P. H. S.
Bueno, A. A.
Cambui, E. C. B.
Canale, G. R.
Cerqueira, R.
Cesar, R. G.
Colletta, G. D.
Delciellos, A. C.
Dixo, M.
Estavillo, C.
Esteves, C. F.
Falcão, F.
Farah, F. T.
Faria, D.
Ferraz, K. M. P. M. B.
Ferraz, S. F. B.
Ferreira, P. A.
Graipel, M. E.
Grelle, C. E. V.
Hernández, M. I. M.
Ivanauskas, N.
Laps, R. R.
Leal, I. R.
Lima, M. M.
Lion, M. B.
Magioli, M.
Magnago, L. F. S.
Mangueira, J. R. A. S.
Marciano Jr, E.
Mariano Neto, E.
Marques M. C. M.
Martins, S. V.
Matos, M. A.
Matos, F. A. R.
Miachir, J. I.
Morante Filho, J. M.
Olifiers, N.
Oliveira-Santos, L. G. R.
Paciencia, M. L. B.
Paglia, A. P.
Passamani, M.
Peres, C. A.
Pinto Leite, C. M.
Porto, T. J.
Querido, L. C. A.
Reis, L. C.
Rezende, A. A.
Rigueira, D. M. G.
Rocha, P. L. B.
Rocha-Santos, L.
Rodrigues, R. R.
Santos, R. A. S.
Santos, J. S.
Silveira, M. S.
Simonelli, M.
Tabarelli, M.
Vasconcelos, R. N.
Viana, B. F.
Vieira Emerson, M.
Prevedello, J. A.
Abstract: Recent studies suggest that habitat amount is the main determinant of species richness, whereas habitat fragmentation has weak and mostly positive effects. Here, we challenge these ideas using a multi-taxa database including 2230 estimates of forest-dependent species richness from 1097 sampling sites across the Brazilian Atlantic Forest biodiversity hotspot. We used a structural equation modeling approach, accounting not only for direct effects of habitat loss, but also for its indirect effects (via habitat fragmentation), on the richness of forest-dependent species. We reveal that in addition to the effects of habitat loss, habitat fragmentation has negative impacts on animal species richness at intermediate (30–60%) levels of habitat amount, and on richness of plants at high (>60%) levels of habitat amount, both of which are mediated by edge effects. Based on these results, we argue that dismissing habitat fragmentation as a powerful force driving species extinction in tropical forest landscapes is premature and unsafe
Subject: Efeito de borda (Ecologia)
Country: Países Baixos
Editor: Elsevier
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108368
Address: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006320719307402
Date Issue: 2020
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