Permeability of Neotropical agricultural lands to a key native ungulate – are well-connected forests important?

Maria Luisa S. P. Jorge, Jennifer L. Bradham, Alexine Keuroghlian, Julia E. F. Oshima & Milton C. Ribeiro
Much of what remains of the Earth’s tropical forests is embedded within agricultural landscapes, where forest is reduced and fragmented. As native forest ungulates are critical to maintaining forest function, it is imperative to understand how this functional group responds to declines in forest cover and connectivity resulting from agricultural expansion. We addressed this issue by evaluating selection of forest cover and forest connectivity by a key native ungulate of Neotropical forests, the white-lipped peccary...
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