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Camera traping is a widely used method to study the abundance and population density of elusive terrestrial animals.  To make full use of this method, it is necessary to obtain high photographic capture rates of the target species.  We examine w... see more

The Palawan Pangolin Manis culionensis is restricted to the Palawan faunal region in the Philippines.  The species’ distribution and natural history are poorly known due, in part, to it only recently being recognized as a distinct species.  Pang... see more

Identification of Andean bear (Tremarctos ornatus) specimens is essential for obtaining demographic estimates of their populations. Camera traps are a noninvasive tool that allows such identification. The efficiency of using photographic or video records ... see more

Studies on diversity of animal communities allow determination of their species richness and composition.  This information is particularly relevant to establish sound conservation programs in biosphere reserves, where human activities should be focu... see more

Rare and endemic rodent species, such as the critically endangered Bolivian chinchilla rat, Abrocoma boliviensis, are infrequently captured using traditional trapping methods.  Therefore, to determine their presence and abundance, indirect records (b... see more

Tourism along the Via Francigena is a growing phenomenon. It is important to develop a direct survey of path’s users (pilgrims, tourists travel, day-trippers, etc.) able to define user’s profiles, phenomenon extent, and its evolution over time. This in or... see more

AbstractEleven mammal census sites were selected in four different Afrotemperate Forest types in the Garden Route National Park, South Africa. At each site, an array of eight camera traps was deployed along trails for between 28 and 45 days. Based on accu... see more

AbstractForest ungulates in West Africa are common bushmeat species and are subject to habitat degradation through deforestation. Based on historical data, there are possibly 12 species of forest Bovidae and Tragulidae found in eastern Sierra Leone. We us... see more

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