Publicações 2019

18. Domingos-Melo et al 2019 –  It’s raining fragrant nectar in the Caatinga: evidence of nectar olfactory signaling in bat-pollinated flowers. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America

17. Diniz et al 2019-  Flowers up! The effect of floral height along the shoot axis on the fitness of bat pollinated species. Annals of Botany

16. Marinho et al 2019 –   High diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in natural and anthropized sites of a Brazilian tropical dry forest (Caatinga). Fungal Ecology

15. Silva et al 2019 – A Small Elevational Gradient Shows Negative Bottom-to-Top Bryophyte Richness in a Seasonally Dry Forest in Brazil. Cryptogamie Bryologie

14. Otálora-Ardila et al 2019 – Thermally-assisted monitoring of bat abundance in an exceptional cave in Brazil’s Caatinga drylands. Acta Chiropterologica

13. Zorger et al 2019 –  Functional organization of woody plant assemblages along precipitation and human disturbance gradients in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Biotropica

12. Silva et al 2019 –  Spatiotemporal responses of ant communities across a disturbance gradient: the role of behavioral traits. Insectes Sociaux

11. Camara et al 2019 Anthropogenic disturbance and rainfall variation threaten the stability of plant–ant interactions in the Brazilian Caatinga. Ecography

10. Oliveira et al 2019 Effects of increasing aridity and chronic anthropogenic disturbance on seed dispersal by ants in Brazilian Caatinga. Journal of Animal Ecology

9. Santos et al 2019 –  Frugivory by birds in four species of Cactaceae in the Caatinga, a dry forest in Brazil. Iheringia, Série Zoologia 

8. Las-casas et al 2019 – The avifauna of the Catimbau National Park, an important protected area in the Brazilian semiarid. Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia 

7. Silva et al 2019 –  Extrafloral nectar as a driver of ant community spatial structure along disturbance and rainfall gradients in Brazilian dry forest.Journal of Tropical 

6. Pinho et al 2019 –   Plant functional assembly is mediated by rainfall and soil conditions in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Basic and Applied Ecology

5. Neri et al 2019 – Green versus green? Adverting potential conflicts between windpower generation and biodiversity conservation in Brazil. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation

4. Ribeiro et al 2019 – Functional diversity and composition of Caatinga woody flora are negatively impacted by chronic anthropogenic disturbance. Journal of Ecology

3. Silva et al 2019 – Climate change will reduce suitable Caatinga dry forest habitat for endemic plants with disproportionate impacts on specialized reproductive strategies. PLOS ONE

2. Souza et al 2019 – Multiple drivers of aboveground biomass in a human-modified landscape of the Caatinga dry forest. Forest Ecology and Management.

  1. Specht el al 2019 – Socioeconomic differences among residents, users and neighbor populations of a protected area in the Brazilian dry forest. Journal of Environmental Management.