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Autor: Mariano, Douglas O; Sciani, Juliana M; Antoniazzi, Marta M; Jared, Carlos; Conceição, Katia; Pimenta, Daniel C.
Título: Quantity - but not diversity - of secreted peptides and proteins increases with age in the tree frog Pithecopus nordestinus
Fonte: J. venom. anim. toxins incl. trop. dis;27:e20200105, 2021. tab, graf.
Idioma: en.
Projeto: CAPES; . FINEP; . FAPESP; . CNPq; . DCP; . MMA; . CJ.
Resumo: Amphibians inhabit the terrestrial environment, a conquest achieved after several evolutionary steps, which were still insufficient to make them completely independent of the aquatic environment. These processes gave rise to many morphological and physiological changes, making their skin (and cutaneous secretion) rich in bioactive molecules. Among the tree frogs, the secretion is composed mainly of peptides; but alkaloids, proteins and steroids can also be found depending on the species. The most known class of biologically active molecules is the antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) that act against bacteria, fungi and protozoans. Although these molecules are well-studied among the hylids, AMPs ontogeny remains unknown. Therefore, we performed peptidomic and proteomic analyses of Pithecopus nordestinus (formerly Phyllomedusa nordestina) in order to evaluate the peptide content in post-metamorphosed juveniles and adult individuals. Methods: Cutaneous secretion of both life stages of individuals was obtained and analyzed by LC-MS/MS after reduction and alkylation of disulfide bonds or reduction, alkylation and hydrolysis by trypsin. Results: Differences in the TIC profile of juveniles and adults in both treatments were observed. Moreover, the proteomic data revealed known proteins and peptides, with slight differences in the composition, according to the life stage and the treatment. AMPs were identified, and bradykinin-potentiating peptides were observed in trypsin-treated samples, which suggests a protein source of such peptide (cryptide). Conclusion: In general, skin secretion contents were similar between juveniles and adults, varying in quantity, indicating that the different stages of life are reflected in the number of molecules and not on their diversity.(AU)
Descritores: Peptídeos
Tripsina
Proteômica
Anfíbios
-Secreções Corporais
Hidrólise
Limites: Animais
Feminino
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Id: biblio-987184
Autor: Rojas, Oscar; Avendaño, Carlos.
Título: Relación entre áreas y variables ambientales espaciales con el atropellamiento y cruce de la fauna silvestre en la carretera de la Franja Transversal del Norte, Cobán, Guatemala / Areas and spatial environmental variables related with the trampling and wildlife crossing in the Northern Transversal Road in Coban, Guatemala
Fonte: Cienc. tecnol. salud;5(2):111-124, 2018. ilus.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Dentro del Proyecto vial de la Franja Transversal del Norte en Cobán se planea asfaltar 10 km del trayecto en el Parque Nacional Laguna Lachuá. Esto impactará a la fauna de no considerarse medidas de mitigación del atropellamiento. La investigación evaluó los patrones espaciales del atropellamiento de vertebrados, la frecuencia de cruce de aves y categorizó las secciones de la carretera en dicho trayecto, según variables ambientales (humedales, usos del suelo, cobertura; y ancho, asfaltado y ubicación de la carretera) con el fin de determinar los sitios más eficientes para la aplicación de medidas de mitigación. En el 2016, se realizaron 20 recorridos, donde se georreferenció, fotografió e identificó a los individuos atropellados; tres recorridos en los meses de febrero, marzo y abril, cinco en mayo y seis en junio; 12 recorridos fueron realizados adicionalmente cuantificando el cruce de aves para determinar que sitios podrían ser futuramente impactados. Finalmente, para un análisis más completo, el trayecto de la carretera bajo estudio fue dividido en 19 secciones (T1-T19) de 550 m cada uno. Fueron empleadas: estadística descriptiva, análisis de componentes principales (ACP), correspondencia canónica (CCA) y análisis de correspondencia (AC), para relacionar variables ambientales con atropellamiento y frecuencia de cruce. La mayoría de atropellamientos (80 %) ocurrieron en zonas asfaltadas, los anfibios fueron los más atropellados (125 individuos, 75 %), seguido por reptiles 21 (12 %), mamíferos 11 (7 %) y aves 10 (6 %). La mayor frecuencia de cruce ocurrió en zonas con humedales y alta cobertura boscosa (T1, T3, T6, T7 y T10) siendo estas secciones prioritarias para mitigación.

The Franja Transversal del Norte road project in the Coban Province plans to pave a 10 km long dirt road inside the Laguna Lachua National Park. This will impact the fauna if no mitigation measure for wildlife-vehicle collision is considered. The research evaluated the spatial patterns of the vertebrate´s roadkills, the bird's road-crossing frequency, and categorized the road section based on environmental variables (wetlands, land use, coverture; and road's width, location, and paved or not paved) to determine the most efficient sites for the application of mitigation measures. In 2016, 20 treks were made to detect, geo-reference, photograph and identify road killed individuals, three treks in the months of February, March, and April, five in May and six in June; 12 additional treks were made to quantify birds' road-crossing to determine the sites that could be impacted in the future. Finally, for a further analysis, the road section under study was divided into 19 segments (T1-T19), 550 m long each. A combination of descriptive statistics, principal component analysis (PCA), canonical correspondence analysis (CCA) and correspondence analysis (CA) were employed to relate the spatial environmental variables with roadkill and road-crossing frequency. Eighty percent of the roadkill's occurred in the paved zones, the amphibians were the most affected (125 carcasses, 75 %), followed by reptiles 21 (12 %), mammals 11 (7 %) and birds 10 (6 %). The highest road-crossing frequencies were related to wetlands and high forest cover (T1, T3, T6, T7, T10) being priority areas for the application of mitigation measures.
Descritores: Fauna/prevenção & controle
-Répteis
Vertebrados
Estradas/prevenção & controle
Prevenção e Mitigação de Desastres
Anfíbios
Limites: Animais
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Id: biblio-834319
Autor: Guerra-Centeno, Dennis; Fuentes-Rousselin, Héctor; Morán-Villatoro, David; Valdez-Sandoval, Carlos.
Título: Riqueza de herpetofauna de la Finca Universitaria San Julián, Patulul, Suchitepéquez, Guatemala / Herpetofaunal richness of San Julian Universitary Farm, Patulul, Suchitepequez, Guatemala
Fonte: Cienc. tecnol. salud;2(1):13-24, ene.-jun. 2015. ilus, tab.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Aprovechando actividades de docencia de la Unidad de Vida Silvestre de la Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, se investigó la riqueza de herpetofauna de la Finca Universitaria San Julián, en Patulul, Suchitepéquez. Se emplearon 3 métodos: (1) captura/avistamiento de especímenes, (2) investigación social, (3) investigación documental. Se recorrió repetidamente un transecto de 4.5 km de longitud a través del agro paisaje de la finca. Los recorridos del transecto abarcaron un período de 10 años (2003-2013), a razón de seis sesiones por año. Cada sesión de campo consistió en un recorrido diurno y un recorrido nocturno del transecto. Se invirtieron aproximadamente 3 hr en cada recorrido diurno y 4 hr en cada recorrido nocturno. El tiempo acumulado de búsqueda fue de 420 hr-transecto. Se recorrió el equivalente a 540 km abarcando elevaciones entre 447 y 550 msnm. En cada sesión de campo participaron entre 3 y 10 personas. Tres excazadores de la finca fueron entrevistados. Se analizaron publicaciones sobre distribución de la herpetofauna para Guatemala. Se generaron dos listas que suman 97 especies. Se discute la calidad y el significado de los datos generados.

The herpetofaunal richness of San Julian Universitary Farm (FUSJ), in Patulul, Suchitepequez, Guatemala, was investigated using three methods: (1) Capture/sighting of specimens, (2) social inquiry and (3) desk research. The field work was distributed over a 10 year period (2003-2013) at a rate of six fieldwork sessions each year. A 4.5 km long transect extending through the agricultural landscape of the farm was run repeatedly. Each fieldwork session included diurnal and nocturnal travels. The accumulated search time was 420 hr-transect. The equivalent to 337.5 of accumulated miles were traveled, including elevations between 1490 and 1833 feet above sea level. Three former hunters were interviewed and asked to identify species they think are present at the FUSJ. Published data were reviewed to determine which species were expected to occur in San Julian. Two lists (amphibians and reptiles) totaling 97 species (including 95 expected, 38 found and 2 not expected) was generated. The quality and significance of our data is discussed.
Descritores: Anfíbios/classificação
Biodiversidade
Répteis/classificação
-Distribuição Animal
Limites: Animais
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Autor: Gómez-Martínez, Mario J; Gutiérrez-Montes, Isabel; Declerck, Fabrice.
Título: Percepción local acerca de la calidad del agua la herpetofauna en fincas Ganaderas del municipio de matiguás, Nicaragua / Local erceptionss about water quality nd herpetofauna in livestock faarms in the municipality of matiguás, Nicaragua
Fonte: Rev. luna azul;(38):30-57, ene.-jun. 2014. ilus, tab.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Las percepciones de los productores ganaderos respecto a su bienestar, la calidad del agua y la diversidad de herpetofauna fueron examinadas usando entrevistas semiestructuradas a los productores y a las instituciones locales. Las entrevistas se utilizaron para desarrollar indicadores enmarcados en los capitales de la comunidad y validados a través de cuatro talleres. Los resultados indicaron que los productores tienen percepciones similares respecto a las relaciones entre la calidad del agua y la biodiversidad. Los productores comentaron que la cantidad de agua ha ido disminuyendo, aunque la mayoría de los productores no perciben una relación entre la calidad del agua, la salud humana o la salud del ganado. Hubo una ausencia significativa de las instituciones locales, la promoción y la financiación de proyectos de conservación de la biodiversidad, el acceso y almacenamiento de agua. En cuanto a la herpetofauna, las respuestas de los productores se han centrado en las funciones medicinales, alimenticias y controladores biológicos que estos organismos proveen. La mayoría de los productores entrevistados afirmaron que la incorporación de sistemas silvopastoriles en fincas ofrece beneficios, incluida la mejora de la calidad del agua y la conservación de la biodiversidad agrícola. Los productores demostraron conocimientos locales en la ubicación de las fuentes de agua y el uso tradicional de la herpetofauna.

Perceptions of livestock producers regarding their welfare, water quality and herpetofauna diversity were examined using semi-structured interviews with farmers and local institutions. Interviews was used to develop indicators framed in community capitals and validated through four workshops. The results indicated that producers have similar perceptions of the relationships between water quality and biodiversity. Producers indicated that the amount of water has been declining, although most producers do not perceive a relationship between water quality, human health or livestock health. There was a significant absence of: local institutions, biodiversity conservation projects promotion and financing, access and water storage. Regarding the herpetofauna, the' responses of producers have focused on medicinal, nutritional functions and biological regulation that these organisms provide. Most farmers interviewed stated that the incorporation ogf agroforestry systems on offers benefits including improved water quality and conservation of agricultural biodiversity. Farmers demonstrated local knowledge in locating water sources and in the traditional use of herpetofauna.
Descritores: Biodiversidade
-Répteis
Água
Anfíbios
Limites: Humanos
Tipo de Publ: Artigo Clássico
Responsável: CO54.1 - Centro de Biblioteca e Información Científica


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Id: biblio-1003360
Autor: Figel, Joe J; Castañeda, Franklin; Calderón, Ana Patricia; Torre, J. Antonio de la; García-Padilla, Elí; Noss, Reed F.
Título: Threatened amphibians sheltered under the big cat's umbrella: conservation of jaguars Panthera onca (Carnivora: Felidae) and endemic herpetofauna in Central America / Anfibios amenazados se refugiaron bajo la sombrilla del gato grande: evaluación de la conservación del jaguar Panthera onca (Carnivora: Felidae) y la herpetofauna endémica en Centro América
Fonte: Rev. biol. trop;66(4):1741-1753, oct.-dic. 2018. tab, graf.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: Abstract The umbrella species concept posits that protection of a single, wide-ranging species may confer protection to a large number of sympatric species. Due to their large home ranges, widespread distribution in the Mesoamerican Biodiversity Hotspot (MBH), and status as the focal species of numerous conservation initiatives, the jaguar Panthera onca is an ideal species to evaluate the umbrella strategy. After ground-truthing jaguar corridors from 2009-2016, we tested the umbrella value of jaguars for endemic herpetofauna (Amphibia, Reptilia) in Nuclear Central America (NCA), a ~ 370 000 km² sub-region of the MBH. NCA contains the greatest density of threatened reptiles in the Western Hemisphere and harbors extraordinary high diversity of amphibians, the most threatened class of vertebrate worldwide. Of the 304 regional endemics in NCA, the distributions of 187 (61.5 %) species of amphibians and reptiles overlapped ground-truthed jaguar range. The distributions of 14 reptiles, including a critically endangered Bothriechis spp. and two endangered Norops spp., occur exclusively within jaguar distribution. Similarly, the distributions of 19 amphibians, including four critically endangered Craugastor spp. and two critically endangered Plectrohyla spp. occur entirely within jaguar distribution. Our results indicate greater effectiveness of ground-truthed jaguar distribution than modeled and randomly selected networks in overlapping the distributions of endemic herpetofauna, especially threatened amphibians, in NCA. Substantiation of multi-taxa dependence on habitat in jaguar distribution would strengthen justification for wider application of the umbrella strategy beyond NCA and aid conservation planning in the MBH.

Resumen Las especies sombrilla son aquellas cuya conservación confiere protección a un gran número de especies simpátricas. Debido a sus ámbitos hogareños extensos, a una distribución generalizada en el Hotspot de Biodiversidad de Mesoaméricana (MBH), y su estatus como especie focal de numerosas iniciativas de conservación, el jaguar Panthera onca es una especie ideal para evaluar la estrategia sombrilla. Evaluamos el valor de los jaguares como estrategia sombrilla para la herpetofauna endémica en Centro América Nuclear (NCA), una subregión de ~ 370 000 km² que se encuentra dentro del MBH. La NCA contiene la mayor densidad de reptiles amenazados en el hemisferio occidental y alberga una diversidad extraordinaria de anfibios, que es la clase de vertebrados más amenazada del mundo. De las 304 especies endémicas regionales presentes en el NCA, las distribuciones de 187 (61.5 %) se sobrepusieron al área de distribución del jaguar verificada. Las distribuciones de 14 reptiles, incluyendo una Bothriechis spp. (en Peligro Crítico) y dos Norops spp. (en Peligro de Extinción), se dan exclusivamente dentro del rango del jaguar. Similarmente, 19 especies de anfibios, incluidas cuatro Craugastor spp. (en Peligro Crítico) y dos Plectrohyla spp. (en Peligro Crítico) están presentes exclusivamente dentro del área de distribución del jaguar. Nuestros resultados indican que los corredores verificados para el jaguar coinciden mejor con las distribuciones de la herpetofauna endémica dentro del NCA, especialmente anfibios, en comparación con los corredores modelados y seleccionados al azar. La confirmación del traslape de la distribución del hábitat del jaguar con la de múltiples taxones fortalece la justificación de una aplicación más amplia de la estrategia sombrilla, aún más allá del NCA, contribuyendo también en la selección de áreas de conservación previamente subestimadas dentro del MBH.
Descritores: Fauna
Terminalia
Panthera
Anfíbios
-América Central
Limites: Animais
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Id: biblio-1041903
Autor: Luría-Manzano, Ricardo; Oropeza-Sánchez, Marco Tulio; Aguilar-López, José Luis; Díaz-García, Juan Manuel; Pineda, Eduardo.
Título: Dieta de la rana de hojarasca Craugastor rhodopis (Anura: Craugastoridae): una especie abundante en la región montañosa del este de México / Diet of the leaf litter frog Craugastor rhodopis (Anura: Craugastoridae): an abundant species in the mountainous region of the east Mexico
Fonte: Rev. biol. trop;67(1):196-205, Jan.-Mar. 2019. graf.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Resumen La composición de la dieta en anfibios puede ser influenciada por diversos factores que causan su variación intraespecífica, como pueden ser la distribución geográfica, ontogenia, estacionalidad, y el sexo de los organismos. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar la composición de la dieta en adultos de la Craugastor rhodopis (rana hojarasquera común) en la región montañosa del centro de Veracruz, México. Un total de 77 individuos adultos fueron colectados durante la época de lluvias de 2012, de los cuales 66 tuvieron contenido estomacal. Se realizó un análisis de la variación intersexual en la diversidad de la dieta, y el volumen, número de presas, y número de categorías de presa consumidas. La dieta de C. rhodopis estuvo compuesta por 20 categorías, de las cuales predominó Orthoptera en cuanto a número, volumen, frecuencia de ocurrencia e importancia relativa. Los machos consumieron presas de menor tamaño en relación a las hembras. Aunque ambos sexos consumieron similar número de presas, se encontró un efecto significativo de la interacción del sexo y el tamaño de las ranas sobre esta variable de la dieta, en la cual las hembras pequeñas consumen más presas que las grandes, y los machos grandes consumen más presas que los pequeños. El alto consumo de ortópteros (al menos en cuanto a volumen) es un fenómeno común dentro de la familia Craugastoridae y posiblemente está relacionado con el éxito de algunas especies en los ecosistemas donde habitan. A pesar de que la composición de la dieta fue similar entre sexos en C. rhodopis, se sugiere que la competencia intersexual por los recursos tróficos es mínima, dadas las diferencias en el tamaño de presas consumidas por machos y hembras.(AU)

Abstract Dietary composition in amphibians may be influenced by several factors that cause their intraspecific variation, such as geographic distribution, ontogeny, seasonality, and sex of organisms. The objective of this study was to analyze the composition of the diet in adults of the Polymorphic Robber Frog Craugastor rhodopis in the mountainous region of central Veracruz, Mexico. A total of 77 adult individuals were collected during the rainy season of 2012, of which 66 had stomach contents. We performed an analysis of the intersexual variation in diet diversity, volume, number of prey, and number of prey categories consumed. The diet of C. rhodopis was composed by 20 categories. Orthoptera predominated in terms of number, volume, frequency of occurrence, and relative importance. Males consumed smaller prey items relative to females. Although both sexes consumed similar numbers of prey, we found a significant effect of interaction of sex and size of frogs on this variable, with small females consuming more prey than the large ones, whereas in males the opposite occurred. High consumption of orthopterans (at least in volume) is a common phenomenon within Craugastoridae and is possibly related to the success of some species in the ecosystems where they live. Although the composition of the diet was similar between sexes in C. rhodopis, we suggest that intersexual competition for trophic resources is minimal, given differences in prey size consumed by males and females.(AU)
Descritores: Cadeia Alimentar
Composição de Alimentos
Anfíbios/metabolismo
-Modelos Lineares
México
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Autor: Santos, Andréia Carvalho dos; Athanazio, Daniel Abensur.
Título: Estratégias de regeneração em anfíbios urodelos / Regeneration strategies in urodele amphibians
Fonte: Rev. Ciênc. Méd. Biol. (Impr.) = J. med. biol. sci;5(2):160-170, maio-ago. 2006. ilus.
Idioma: pt.
Resumo: Na era das células-tronco, é interessante observar que a natureza resolveu o problema da regeneração com estratégias diferentes da restauração de tecidos por células indiferenciadas. Anfíbios urodelos são únicos, entre vertebrados, que têm a capacidade de regenerar córnea, retina, mandíbula, membros e secções do coração. A proliferação de células especializadas, transdiferenciação e desdiferenciação são importantes estratégias da regeneração de tritões e salamandras. De modo importante, algumas vias sinalizadoras estão conservadas em mamíferos, incluindo os seres humanos, e o potencial papel do conhecimento sobre a regeneração de urodelos no contexto de mamíferos é discutido nesta revisão.
Descritores: Anfíbios
Manutenção Corretiva
Proliferação de Células
Regeneração
Urodelos
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Id: lil-769596
Autor: Vaz-Silva, W.; Oliveira, RM.; Gonzaga, AFN.; Pinto, KC.; Poli, FC.; Bilce, TM.; Penhacek, M.; Wronski, L.; Martins, JX.; Junqueira, TG.; Cesca, LCC.; Guimarães, VY.; Pinheiro, RD..
Título: Contributions to the knowledge of amphibians and reptiles from Volta Grande do Xingu, northern Brazil / Contribuições para o conhecimento de anfíbios e répteis da Volta Grande do Xingu, norte do Brasil
Fonte: Braz. j. biol;75(3s1):205-218, Aug. 2015. tab, graf.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: Abstract The region of Volta Grande do Xingu River, in the state of Pará, presents several kinds of land use ranging from extensive cattle farming to agroforestry, and deforestation. Currently, the Belo Monte Hydroelectric Power Plant affects the region. We present a checklist of amphibians and reptiles of the region and discuss information regarding the spatial distribution of the assemblies based on results of Environmental Programmes conducted in the area. We listed 109 amphibian (Anura, Caudata, and Gymnophiona) and 150 reptile (Squamata, Testudines, and Crocodylia) species. The regional species richness is still considered underestimated, considering the taxonomic uncertainty, complexity and cryptic diversity of various species, as observed in other regions of the Amazon biome. Efforts for scientific collection and studies related to integrative taxonomy are needed to elucidate uncertainties and increase levels of knowledge of the local diversity.

Resumo A região da Volta Grande no Rio Xingu, localizada no estado do Pará, apresenta várias frentes de exploração que vão desde a criação animal até área de cultivo, resultando no desmatamento de fragmentos florestais. Atualmente a região está sendo impactada pela implantação da Usina Hidrelétrica de Belo Monte. A partir de dados obtidos através dos Programas de Monitoramento Ambiental realizados na área de influência da UHE Belo Monte, apresentamos uma listagem das espécies de anfíbios e répteis, com comentários sobre a distribuição espacial das assembleias. Foram catalogados 109 espécies de anfíbios (Anura, Caudata e Gymnophiona) e 150 de répteis (Squamata, Testudines e Crocodylia). Considerando as incertezas taxonômicas, a complexidade e a diversidade críptica de várias espécies, a riqueza regional ainda continua subestimada, assim como observado em outras regiões da Amazônia. Esforços direcionados ao aproveitamento científico e estudos que contemplem a taxonomia integrativa são necessários para elucidar as incertezas e aumentar o nível de conhecimento sobre a diversidade da região.
Descritores: Anfíbios/classificação
Distribuição Animal
Biodiversidade
Répteis/classificação
-Brasil
Rios
Limites: Animais
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Id: biblio-886667
Autor: MORMUL, ROGER P; MORMUL, TAYLA D S; SANTOS, GUSTAVO M B; SANTANA, ANA R A.
Título: Looking for attitudes related to amphibian species decline: how are peer-reviewed publications of education activities compared to ecological research?
Fonte: An. acad. bras. ciênc;89(1,supl):491-496, May. 2017. graf.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: ABSTRACT Biodiversity decline has been the focus of discussions in the last decade, especially on the amphibian species decline. After a scientometric analysis using international databases, we found that the number of peer-reviewed articles considering education practices related to the theme increased along with the number of ecological researches. However, the increase in ecological researches is much higher than the increase in publications of education practices. Studies suggest that conservation attitudes are important and that education practices are an important tool for improving human perceptions on this subject. In this sense, increase the publication of projects and programs results related to local education practices in international journals could help the dissemination of efficient methods for conservation, as well as facilitating access to information internationally, since species decline, especially for amphibians, is a global concern. Then, we suggest that educational practices, at least when related to conservation, should follow a more standardized protocol, and be published in international journals, as the efficiency of such practices should be evaluated and methods once published could help other nations to improve their ecological literacy.
Descritores: Bibliometria
Revisão da Pesquisa por Pares/tendências
Anfíbios
-Publicações Periódicas como Assunto
Bases de Dados Bibliográficas
Ecologia/estatística & dados numéricos
Extinção Biológica
Limites: Humanos
Animais
Tipo de Publ: Estudo Comparativo
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Id: lil-707900
Autor: Sant'anna, Sávio S; Grego, Kathleen Fernandes; Puorto, Giuseppe; Antoniazzi, Marta M; Jared, Carlos; Candido, Denise; Nanni, Priscila; Knysak, Irene; Moraes, Roberto Pinto; Fan, Hui Wen; Malaque, Ceila M. S.
Título: Animais venenosos: serpentes, anfíbios, aranhas, escorpiões e insetos / Venomous animals: snakes, amphibians, spiders, scorpions and insects.
Fonte: São Paulo; Instituto Butantan; 2013. 30 p. ilus.
Idioma: pt.
Descritores: Animais Venenosos
Animais Venenosos/classificação
Animais Venenosos/crescimento & desenvolvimento
-Anfíbios
Aranhas
Insetos
Serpentes
Venenos de Escorpião
Limites: Animais
Responsável: BR58.1 - Biblioteca
BR91.2; WD400, S231a



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