The relationship between pond habitat depth and functional tadpole diversity in an agricultural landscape
Queiroz, Cássia de Souza
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One of the most important goals of biodiversity studies is to identify which characteristics of local habitats act as filters that determine the diversity of functional traits along environmental gradients. In this study, we investigated the relationship between the environmental variables of ponds and the functional trait diversity distribution of anuran tadpoles in an agricultural area in southeastern Brazil.
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