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Table 1 Species recorded at Fazenda Lago Verde, state of Tocantins

From: Seasonally flooded stepping stones: emerging diversity of small mammal assemblage in the Amazonia-Cerrado ecotone, central Brazil

  Ipucas (A to D) Cerrado (E to F) Agricultural (G to H) Total Locomotion Distribution
Species       
Didelphis albiventris - 1 - 1 Arb/Terr Cer/Caa/AtlF
Gracilinanus agilis 40 - - 40 Arb Am/Cer/Caa/AtlF
Philander opossum 3 - - 3 Arb/Terr Am
Calomys tocantinsi 5 2 11 18 Terr Eco/Cer
Holochilus sciureus 1 - 2 3 Semi-Aqua Am/Cer/Caa
Hylaeamys megacephalus 6 - - 6 Terr Am/Cer
Necromys lasiurus 2 3 - 5 Terr Am/Cer/Caa/AtlF
Oecomys sp. 6 1 - 7 Arb Eco
Oligoryzomys fornesi 3 - 4 7 Terr Cer/Caa
Pseudoryzomys simplex - 1 - 1 Terr Cer/Caa
Rhipidomys ipukensis 22 - - 22 Arb Eco
Makalata didelphoides 3 - - 3 Arb Am
N 91 8 17 116   
Trap effort 3808 448 448 4,704   
Trap success (%) 2.4 1.8 3.8 2.5   
S 10 5 3 12   
H 1.69 1.49 0.87 1.96   
E 0.74 0.93 0.80 0.79   
  1. Number of captured individuals (n) of small mammal species in each of four natural forest fragments (A to D), in the Cerrado sensu strictu matrix (E to F) and in the irrigation channels in the agricultural matrix (G to H), with trap effort and success, and species richness (S) and Shannon-Wiener diversity index (H′) for each sampling point. Form of locomotion (Arb, arboreal; Terr, terrestrial; Semi-aqua, semi-aquatic) and geographic distribution of small mammal species in Brazil (Am, Amazonia; Cer, Cerrado; Eco, ecotone Amazonia-Cerrado; AtlF, Atlantic Forest; Caa, Caatinga).