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Figure 2

From: Subsidies for a poorly known endemic semiarid biome of Brazil: non-volant mammals of an eastern region of Caatinga

Figure 2

Areas sampled in the dry season (left) and rainy season (right). (A) A I, Nossa Senhora da Glória, arboreal caatinga and secondary semideciduous forest. (B) A II, Nossa Senhora da Glória, arboreal caatinga and semideciduous forest. (C) B I, Monte Alegre de Sergipe, semideciduous forest in a valley. (D) B II, Monte Alegre de Sergipe, arboreal caatinga with shrub along the edge of semideciduous forest. (E) C I, Porto da Folha, semideciduous forest. (F) C II, Porto da Folha, secondary semideciduous forest. (G) D I, Canindé de São Francisco, shrub caatinga along a river. (H) D II, Canindé de São Francisco, shrub caatinga along a river (sampling only in dry season due to complete filling of the river). (I) E I, Canindé de São Francisco, arboreal caatinga on a rocky outcrop. (J) E II, Canindé de São Francisco, arboreal and shrub caatingas on sandy soil. (K) F I, Paulo Afonso, arboreal caatinga on sandy soil. (L) F II, Paulo Afonso, arboreal caatinga on granular soil with gravels.

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