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• Optimización del muestreo de invertebrados tropicales: Un ejemplo con escarabajos
coprófagos (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae) en Venezuela
José Rafael Ferrer-Paris, Ada Sánchez-Mercado & Jon Paul Rodríguez
• Contrasting effects of sampling scale on insect herbivores distribution in response to canopy structure
Frederico S. Neves, Carlos F. Sperber, Ricardo I. Campos Janaína P. Soares & Sérvio P. Ribeiro
• Dietary breadth of the animal protein consumed by riverine communities in the Tapajós
National Forest, Brazil
Raphael Alves Fonseca & Juarez Carlos Brito Pezzuti
• Reubicación de plantas de Espeletia grandiflora (Asteraceae) como estrategia para el
enriquecimiento de áreas de páramo alteradas (PNN Chingaza, Colombia)
Oscar Rojas-Zamora, Jennyfer Insuasty-Torres, Camilo de los Ángeles Cardenas & Orlando Vargas Ríos