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  1. Successional trajectory of dung beetle communities in a tropical grassy ecosystem after livestock grazing removal

    Correa, C. M. A., Audino, L. D., Holdbrook, R., Braga, R. F., Menéndez, R. & Louzada, J., 1/06/2020, In : Biodiversity and Conservation. 29, p. 2311-2328 18 p.

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  2. Biodiversity in tropical plantations is influenced by surrounding native vegetation but not yield: A case study with dung beetles in Amazonia

    Beiroz, W., Barlow, J., Slade, E. M., Borges, C., Louzada, J. & Sayer, E. J., 15/07/2019, In : Forest Ecology and Management. 444, p. 107-114 8 p.

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  3. Dung beetle diversity and functions suggest no major impacts of cattle grazing in the Brazilian Pantanal wetlands

    Correa, C. M. A., Braga, R. F., Louzada, J. & Menéndez, R., 27/02/2019, In : Ecological Entomology. 10 p.

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  4. Spatial and temporal shifts in functional and taxonomic diversity of dung beetles in a human-modified tropical forest landscape

    Beiroz, W., Sayer, E. J., Slade, E. M., Audino, L., Braga, R. F., Louzada, J. N. & Barlow, B. J., 12/2018, In : Ecological Indicators. 95, Part 1, p. 518-526 9 p.

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  5. Tropical dung beetle morphological traits predict functional traits and show intraspecific differences across land uses

    Raine, E. H., Gray, C. L., Mann, D. J. & Slade, E. M., 09/2018, In : Ecology and Evolution. 8, 17, p. 8686-8696 11 p.

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  6. Dung beetle community dynamics in undisturbed tropical forests: implications for ecological evaluations of land-use change

    Da Silva, W., Slade, E. M., Barlow, B. J., Da Silveira, J. M., Louzada, J. N. & Sayer, E. J., 01/2017, In : Insect Conservation and Diversity. 10, 1, p. 94-106 13 p.

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  7. First report on dung beetles in intra-Amazonian savannahs in Roraima, Brazil

    Machado Franca, F., Korasaki, V., Louzada, J. N. & Vaz-de-Mello, F. Z., 2016, In : Biota Neotropica. 16, 1, 8 p., e0034.

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  8. Dung beetles as indicators of tropical forest restoration success: is it possible to recover species and functional diversity?

    Audino, L., Louzada, J. & Comita, L., 01/2014, In : Biological Conservation. 169, p. 248-257 10 p.

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  9. Subtle land-use change and tropical biodiversity: dung beetle communities in Cerrado grasslands and exotic pastures

    Almeida, S., Louzada, J., Sperber, C. & Barlow, J., 11/2011, In : Biotropica. 43, 6, p. 704-710 7 p.

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  10. Biodiversity and ecosystem function of tropical forest dung beetles under contrasting logging regimes

    Slade, E. M., Mann, D. J. & Lewis, O. T., 01/2011, In : Biological Conservation. 144, 1, p. 166-174 9 p.

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  11. Improving the design and management of forest strips in human-dominated tropical landscapes : a field test on dung beetles in the Brazilian Amazon.

    Barlow, J., Louzada, J., Parry, L., Hernandez, M. I. M., Hawes, J., Peres, C. A., Vaz-de-Mello, F. Z. & Gardner, T. A., 08/2010, In : Journal of Applied Ecology. 47, 4, p. 779-788 10 p.

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