Thiago Mateus Rocha Santos

Thiago Mateus Rocha Santos
Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul · Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ecologia e Conservação (PPGEC)

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1807-0221.2016v13n23p62Animais são fascinantes para a grande maioria das pessoas, porém estudantes de biologia e biólogos que se interessam pela área de zoologia (estudo dos animais), precisam aprofundar esse fascínio em termos de conhecimento. Embora o mercado e as novas tendências biológicas clamem cada vez mais por prof...
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Fungal pathogens have become a serious threat to wildlife, threatening populations of even once common , abundant species. We describe the mycobiota associated with the nasal hairs of three Molossid bat species, Cynomops planirostris, Molossus molossus, and Molossus rufus, in southwest Brazil. Bats were captured in the Cerrado and Pantanal biomes....
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In this paper we present observations of individuals of the bee species Trigona recursa feeding on the fruits of Crotalaria micans. This plant, which contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids, is known to be toxic to humans, mammals and poultry. Over the course of three days, we observed a large number of bees feeding on many individual Crotalaria micans pl...
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Occurrence of Eumops patagonicus Thomas, 1924 on the edge of the Pantanal wetland and Paraguayan chaco biomes, mid-western Brazil. The Patagonian Dwarf Bonneted bat Eumops patagonicus O. Thomas, 1924 occurs in Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, and southern Brazil. Until recently its occurrence in Brazil was limited to the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Th...

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We seek to measure the real diversity of bats existing in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul, in the most diverse existing forest environments, as well as in caves and areas degraded by man.