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Wallace Beiroz
Wallace Beiroz
Universidade Federal do Sul e Sudeste do Pará
Verified email at unifesspa.edu.br
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Optimising bait for pitfall trapping of Amazonian dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae)
CJ Marsh, J Louzada, W Beiroz, RM Ewers
PLoS One 8 (8), e73147, 2013
832013
Biodiversity and environmental context predict dung beetle mediated seed dispersal in a tropical forest field experiment
HM Griffiths, J Louzada, RD Bardgett, W Beiroz, F França, D Tregidgo, ...
Ecology 96 (6), 1607–1619, 2015
672015
Dung beetle community dynamics in undisturbed tropical forests: implications for ecological evaluations of land‐use change
W Beiroz, EM Slade, J Barlow, JM Silveira, J Louzada, E Sayer
Insect Conservation and Diversity 10 (1), 94-106, 2017
402017
Spatial and temporal shifts in functional and taxonomic diversity of dung beetles in a human-modified tropical forest landscape
W Beiroz, E Sayer, EM Slade, L Audino, RF Braga, J Louzada, J Barlow
Ecological Indicators 95, 518-526, 2018
352018
Tropical mountains as natural laboratories to study global changes: a long-term ecological research project in a megadiverse biodiversity hotspot
FAO Silveira, M Barbosa, W Beiroz, M Callisto, DR Macedo, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 38, 64-73, 2019
342019
Patch and landscape effects on forest-dependent dung beetles are masked by matrix-tolerant dung beetles in a mountaintop rainforest archipelago
PG da Silva, CA Nunes, LF Ferreira, RF Braga, W Beiroz, LN Perillo, ...
Science of the Total Environment 651, 1321-1331, 2019
282019
Variegated tropical landscapes conserve diverse dung beetle communities
C Costa, VHF Oliveira, R Maciel, W Beiroz, V Korasaki, J Louzada
PeerJ 5, e3125, 2017
262017
Eucalyptus plantations as hybrid ecosystems: implications for species conservation in the Brazilian Atlantic forest
A Tavares, W Beiroz, A Fialho, F Frazão, R Macedo, J Louzada, L Audino
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 131-139, 2019
222019
Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Campo Rupestre: A road map for the sustainability of the hottest Brazilian biodiversity hotspot
GW Fernandes, L Arantes-Garcia, M Barbosa, NPU Barbosa, EKL Batista, ...
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 18 (4), 213-222, 2020
202020
Structure and composition of edaphic arthropod community and its use as bioindicators of environmental disturbance
W Beiroz, LD Audino, ACM Queiroz, AM Rabello, IA Boratto, Z Silva, ...
Applied ecology and environmental research 12 (2), 481-491, 2014
132014
Soil constraints for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi spore community in degraded sites of rupestrian grassland: Implications for restoration
ES Coutinho, M Barbosa, W Beiroz, DLC Mescolotti, JA Bonfim, ...
European Journal of Soil Biology 90, 51-57, 2019
122019
Fire? They don't give a dung! The resilience of dung beetles to fire in a tropical savanna
CA Nunes, W Beiroz, PG da Silva, RF Braga, GW Fernandes, FDS Neves
Ecological Entomology 44 (3), 315-323, 2019
112019
Impacto das Estradas na Distribuição de Besouros em um Fragmento de Mata Atlântica de Encosta no Parque Nacional da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
W Beiroz, AS Zaú, E Castro Jr
EntomoBrasilis 3 (3), 64-68, 2010
92010
Biodiversity in tropical plantations is influenced by surrounding native vegetation but not yield: A case study with dung beetles in Amazonia
W Beiroz, J Barlow, EM Slade, C Borges, J Louzada, EJ Sayer
Forest Ecology and Management 444, 107-114, 2019
72019
Variegated tropical landscapes conserve diverse dung beetle communities. PeerJ 5: e3125
C Costa, VHF Oliveira, R Maciel, W Beiroz, V Korasaki, J Louzada
62017
Altitudinal variation in butterfly community associated with climate and vegetation
ACV Pires, M Barbosa, W Beiroz, MV BeirÃo, OJ Marini-Filho, M Duarte, ...
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 92, 2020
52020
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the rhizosphere of saplings used in the restoration of the rupestrian grassland
ES Coutinho, W Beiroz, M Barbosa, JH de Azevedo Xavier, ...
Ecological Restoration 37 (3), 152-162, 2019
52019
Ecological similarity promotes coexistence between taxonomically related dung beetles species
W Beiroz, L Vieira, J Louzada
Acta Oecologica 96, 29-34, 2019
42019
Dung beetles can sow: the potential of secondary seed dispersers to assist ecological restoration
HA Almeida, Y Antonini, C Tavares Junior, RF Braga, PG da Silva, ...
Ecological Entomology 47 (2), 181-191, 2022
32022
Structure and composition of the euglossine bee community along an elevational gradient of rupestrian grassland vegetation
FM dos Santos, W Beiroz, Y Antonini, S Martén-Rodríguez, M Quesada, ...
Apidologie 51 (4), 675-687, 2020
22020
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