A long term inventory of medium and large mammals with camera-traps in Las Tablas Protected Zone, Costa Rica.
Mammalogy Notes. Vol 1 Num 1. 2014
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González-Maya, J. F., Schipper, J., & Castañeda, F. (2014). A long term inventory of medium and large mammals with camera-traps in Las Tablas Protected Zone, Costa Rica . Mammalogy Notes, 1(1), 15-16. https://doi.org/10.47603/manovol1n1.15-16
Recibido 2019-09-15
Publicado 2014-06-15

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Los mamíferos grandes son un componente crítico de los ecosistemas tropicales, especialmente para los trópicos (Terborgh 1988, Cardillo et al. 2005). Sin embargo, no es hasta hace poco que con la aparición y el uso generalizado de técnicas no invasivas como las trampas de cámara, estamos obteniendo una gran cantidad de información en ensamblajes de mamíferos de tamaño mediano y grande.

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