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Holocene vegetation change and the mammal faunas of South America and Africa
M De Vivo, AP Carmignotto
Journal of Biogeography 31 (6), 943-957, 2004
2192004
Composição e caracterização da fauna de mamíferos do Parque Nacional das Emas, Goiás, Brasil
FHG Rodrigues, L Silveira, ATA Jácomo, AP Carmignotto, AMR Bezerra, ...
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 19, 589-600, 2002
1122002
Mammals of the Cerrado and Caatinga: distribution patterns of the tropical open biomes of Central South America
AP Carmignotto, M Vivo, A Langguth
Bones, clones and biomes. The history and geography of recent Neotropical …, 2012
992012
Mammals from Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
NC Cáceres, AP Carmignotto, E Fischer, CF Santos
Check list 4 (3), 321-335, 2008
882008
Quirópteros do Parque Nacional da Serra das Confusões, Piauí, nordeste do Brasil
R Gregorin, AP Carmignotto, AR Percequillo
Chiroptera Neotropical 14 (1), 366-383, 2008
782008
Taxonomy and distribution of the Brazilian species of Thylamys (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae)/La taxonomie et la distribution des especes brésiliennes du genre Thylamys …
AP Carmignotto, T Monfort
Mammalia 70 (1-2), 126-144, 2006
732006
Checklist dos mamíferos do estado de São Paulo, Brasil
M Vivo, AP Carmignotto, R Gregorin, E Hingst-Zaher, GE Iack-Ximenes, ...
Biota Neotropica 11, 111-131, 2011
562011
Morcegos (Mammalia: Chiroptera) da Estação Ecológica Serra Geral do Tocantins: composição específica e considerações taxonômicas
R Gregorin, E Gonçalves, CC Aires, AP Carmignotto
Biota Neotropica 11, 299-311, 2011
552011
Small non-volant mammals of an ecotone region between the Cerrado hotspot and the Amazonian rainforest, with comments on their taxonomy and distribution
AMR Bezerra, AP Carmignotto, FHG Rodrigues
Zoological Studies 48 (6), 861-874, 2009
532009
Family Sciuridae G. Fischer, 1817
M De Vivo, AP Carmignotto
Mammals of South America 2, 1-48, 2015
442015
Mammals of the Caatinga: diversity, ecology, biogeography, and conservation
AP Carmignotto, D Astúa
Caatinga, 211-254, 2017
432017
Systematics of the genus Oecomys (Sigmodontinae: Oryzomyini): molecular phylogenetic, cytogenetic and morphological approaches reveal cryptic species
EY Suárez-Villota, AP Carmignotto, MV Brandão, AR Percequillo, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 184 (1), 182-210, 2018
422018
Mamíferos da Mata Atlântica
ME Graipel, JJ Cherem, ELA Monteiro-Filho, AP Carmignotto
Revisões em Zoologia: Mata Atlântica, 391-482, 2017
372017
Mamíferos não voadores (Mammalia) da Estação Ecológica Serra Geral do Tocantins
AP Carmignotto, CC Aires
Biota Neotropica 11, 313-328, 2011
372011
A New Species of Neusticomys (Ichthyomyini, Sigmodontinae) from Central Brazilian Amazonia
AR Percequillo, AP Carmignotto, MJJ Silva
Journal of Mammalogy 86 (5), 873-880, 2005
352005
The six opossums of Félix de Azara: identification, taxonomic history, neotype designations, and nomenclatural recommendations
RS Voss, P Myers, F Catzeflis, AP Carmignotto, J Barreiro
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2009 (331), 406-433, 2009
332009
Mammals of Mato Grosso, Brazil: annotated species list and historical review
MV Brandão, GS Terra Garbino, TB Fernandes Semedo, A Feijó, ...
Mastozoología Neotropical 26 (2), 263-306, 2019
282019
Taxonomic status and phylogenetic relationships of Marmosa agilis peruana Tate, 1931 (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae), with comments on the morphological variation of …
TBF Semedo, MV Brandao, AP Carmignotto, M Da Silva Nunes, IP Farias, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 173 (1), 190-216, 2015
252015
No net loss of species diversity after prescribed fires in the Brazilian savanna
G Durigan, NAL Pilon, RCR Abreu, WA Hoffmann, M Martins, BF Fiorillo, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 13, 2020
242020
Nonvolant small mammals from a southwestern area of Brazilian Cerrado: diversity, habitat use, seasonality, and biogeography
AP Carmignotto, AMR Bezerra, FHG Rodrigues
Therya 5 (2), 535-558, 2014
232014
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