Silara Batista

Silara Batista
University of São Paulo | USP · Institute of Bioscience (IB) (São Paulo)

PhD

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Introduction
Silara Batista currently works at the Laboratório de Ecologia e Evolução - LEEV, Instituto Butantan. Their current project is 'Ecomorphology, evolution and conservation of tribe Xenodontini'.

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Spatial heterogeneity of vegetation is considered to be one of the most important factors that can infl uence species richness in a region and, therefore, an important driver for species diversity. Here, we investigate how squamate diversity varies throughout a heterogeneous area in southeastern Atlantic Forest. Our sampling site corresponded to a...
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Resumo Bothrops jararacussu is a terrestrial snake, predominantly nocturnal, and mainly found in forested areas. Our objective was to provide the first record of B.jararacussu for the municipality of São Paulo, in the highland of Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar (PESM), Núcleo Curucutu. The register ocurred through monthly samplings in the Núcleo C...

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The main objective of this project is to explore the ecomorphological patterns (morphology, diet and habitat use) of the Xenodontini tribe, investigating the association of these patterns with aspects of the biology of the species and its evolution. In addition, important aspects about natural history of species will be used to suggest priority species for conservation