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On the scaling of activity in tropical forest mammals
Activity range - the amount of time spent active per day - is a fundamental aspect contributing to the optimization process by which animals achieve energetic balance. Based on their size and the nature of their diet, ...
Consistent daily activity patterns across tropical forest mammal communities
(Research square, 2022)
Most animals follow distinct daily activity patterns reflecting their adaptations1, requirements, and Interactions 2-4. Specific communities provide specific opportunities and constraints to their members that further ...
Occupancy winners in tropical protected forests: a pantropical analysis
The structure of forest mammal communities appears surprisingly consistent across the continental tropics, presumably due to convergent evolution in similar environments. Whether such consistency extends to mammal occupancy, ...