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The degradation and encroachment of the gallery forests of the lower Oum valley are limited and end.
6), grouped into five main landscapes, were identified after greenness and topo-hydrographical characterization: 1) Class 1 (water bodies); 2) classes 2, 3, 5 and 7 (open lands and forest edges, including grasslands and bare lands, as well as open scrublands); 3) classes 11, 14 and 15 (evergreen forests, including floodable scrublands with spare trees/narrow gallery forests, floodable evergren forest edges/gallery forests, seasonally flooded evergreen forests, lowland evergreen forests on terra firme, and montane and submontane evergreen forests on terra firme); 4) class 12 (submontane semi-deciduous forests); and 5) classes 4, 6 and 8 (cloud forest, including cloud montane semi-deciduous forests, cloud evergreen forest edges, and cloud evergreen forests).
However, in gallery forests of Cerrado in central Brazil, peaks of abundance of G.
Recently, its presence was recorded in phytophysiognomic studies of gallery forests within areas of Cerrado in Mato Grosso State, Brazil, where males were attracted and captured in methyl cinnamate baited traps (Anjos-Silva et al.
Tree Communities of Gallery Forests of the IBGE Ecological Reserve, Distrito Federal, Brazil.
Later, in the 1990s, 5 males and 1 female were also observed and collected in gallery forests about 18 km from Ribeirao Cascalheira, which is 530 km northeast of Diamantino.
sitchensis) swamps, and gallery forests of ash and cottonwood (Populus balsamifera ssp.
The ocelot occupies a variety of habitats, including humid tropical forests, subtropical forests, swampy savannas (Koford, 1973; Guggisberg, 1975), estuarine mangroves (Koford, 1973; Vaughan, 1983), dense thorny chaparral (Tewes and Schmidly, 1999), dense forests, secondary forests, swamp forests, scrub, (Vaughan, 1983), tropical dry thorny forests, and gallery forests (Mondolfi, 1982).
The foundation's objective is to protect and restore the river sources and gallery forests of the Xingu.
A healthy bosque ecosystem includes cottonwood (Populus deltoides wislizeni) gallery forests with understories of coyote and black willow (Salix spp.
Furthermore, the area of gallery forests expanded more than 50% in tallgrass prairie in northeastern Kansas during 1939-1985 (Knight et al.