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Paulo Estefano Dineli Bobrowiec
Paulo Estefano Dineli Bobrowiec
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An A mazonian rainforest and its fragments as a laboratory of global change
WF Laurance, JLC Camargo, PM Fearnside, TE Lovejoy, GB Williamson, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 223-247, 2018
2142018
Trait-related responses to habitat fragmentation in Amazonian bats
FZ Farneda, R Rocha, A López-Baucells, M Groenenberg, I Silva, ...
Jounal of Applied Ecology 52 (5), 1381-1391, 2015
1502015
Effects of different secondary vegetation types on bat community composition in Central Amazonia, Brazil
PED Bobrowiec, R Gribel
Animal Conservation 13 (2), 204-216, 2010
1182010
Consequences of a large-scale fragmentation experiment for Neotropical bats: disentangling the relative importance of local and landscape-scale effects
R Rocha, A López-Baucells, FZ Farneda, M Groenenberg, ...
Landscape Ecology 32 (1), 31-45, 2017
1002017
Field guide to Amazonian bats
A Lopez-Baucells, R Rocha, PED Bobrowiec, JM Palmeirim, CFJ Meyer
National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA), 2016
892016
Prey preference of the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus, Chiroptera) using molecular analysis
PED Bobrowiec, MR Lemes, R Gribel
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (1), 54-63, 2015
832015
Aerial insectivorous bat activity in relation to moonlight intensity
G Appel, A López-Baucells, W Ernest-Magnusson, PED Bobrowiec
Mammalian Biology 85 (1), 37-46, 2017
642017
Phyllostomid bat assemblage structure in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests
PED Bobrowiec, LS Rosa, J Gazarini, T Haugaasen
Biotropica 46 (3), 312-321, 2014
572014
Functional recovery of Amazonian bat assemblages following secondary forest succession
FZ Farneda, R Rocha, A López-Baucells, EM Sampaio, JM Palmeirim, ...
Biological Conservation 218, 192-199, 2018
522018
Secondary forest regeneration benefits old-growth specialist bats in a fragmented tropical landscape
R Rocha, O Ovaskainen, A López-Baucells, FZ Farneda, EM Sampaio, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
512018
Activity of the insectivorous bat Pteronotus parnellii relative to insect resources and vegetation structure
LQ Oliveira, R Marciente, WE Magnusson, PED Bobrowiec
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (5), 1036-1044, 2015
502015
Ground-Vegetation Clutter Affects Phyllostomid Bat Assemblage Structure in Lowland Amazonian Forest
R Marciente, PED Bobrowiec, W Magnusson
PLoS ONE 10 (6), e0129560, 2015
412015
Seed rain and advance regeneration in secondary succession in the Brazilian Amazon
LM Wieland, RCG Mesquita, PED Bobrowiec, TV Bentos, GB Williamson
Tropical Conservation Science 4 (3), 300-316, 2011
412011
The importance of lakes for bat conservation in Amazonian rainforests: an assessment using autonomous recorders
L Torrent, A López‐Baucells, R Rocha, PED Bobrowiec, CFJ Meyer
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (4), 339-351, 2018
382018
Seed germination from lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris) fecal samples collected during the dry season in the northern Brazilian Amazon
AR Barcelos, PED Bobrowiec, TM Sanaiotti, R Gribel
Integrative Zoology 8 (1), 63-73, 2013
382013
Geographic variation in a South American clade of mormoopid bats, Pteronotus (Phyllodia), with description of a new species
AC Pavan, PED Bobrowiec, AR Percequillo
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (3), 624-645, 2018
362018
Design matters: an evaluation of the impact of small man-made forest clearings on tropical bats using a before-after-control-impact design
R Rocha, O Ovaskainen, A López-Baucells, FZ Farneda, DF Ferreira, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 401, 8-16, 2017
352017
Spatial patterns of medium and large size mammal assemblages in várzea and terra firme forests, Central Amazonia, Brazil
GC Alvarenga, EE Ramalho, FB Baccaro, DG da Rocha, ...
PLoS One 13 (5), e0198120, 2018
332018
Geographical variation in the high-duty cycle echolocation of the cryptic common mustached bat Pteronotus cf. rubiginosus (Mormoopidae)
A López-Baucells, L Torrent, R Rocha, AC Pavan, PED Bobrowiec, ...
Bioacoustics 27 (4), 341-357, 2018
302018
Echolocation and stratum preference: key trait correlates of vulnerability of insectivorous bats to tropical forest fragmentation
SF Núñez, A López-Baucells, R Rocha, FZ Farneda, PED Bobrowiec, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 373, 2019
272019
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