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Artigos revisados por pares

Castro, S.; Castro, A.; Moura, N.; Abreu, V.; Oliveira, M.; Fadini, R. 2023. The pollination ecology of a rare case of bee-pollinated Psittacanthus mistletoe. Plant Biology. Accepted for publication.

Carvalho, R. L., Resende, A. F., Barlow, J., França, F. M., Moura, M. R., Maciel, R., ... & Daly, D. (2023). Pervasive gaps in Amazonian ecological research. Current Biology, 33(16), 3495-3504.

Rosa, C. et al. 2023. Long-term Ecological Research: Chasing fashions or being prepared for fashion changes? Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências. Accepted for publication.


Brocardo, C. R.; Rosa, D. C.; Castro, A. B.; Rosa, C.; Torralvo, K.; Pequeno, P.; Magnusson, W.; Fadini, R. F. 2023. Responses of ground‐dwelling birds and mammals to local environmental variables and human pressure in an Amazonian protected area. European Journal of Wildlife Research. DOI:

Costa, M. C. S. et al. 2022. Edge effects from exotic tree plantations and environmental context drive dung beetle assemblages within Amazonian undisturbed forests. Forest Ecology and Management 520, 120277. DOI:

Brocardo, C. R. et al. 2022. Strengthening top-down strategies are also required for conservation of the Araucaria Forest. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 20(3), 300-302. [link].

Fadini, R. F., Dettke, G. A., Caires, C. S., & Pereira, J. L. 2022. Ervas-de-passarinho da Floresta Nacional do Tapajós. Em: Biodiversidade na Floresta Nacional do Tapajós e na Reserva Extrativista Tapajós-Arapiuns, 96.

Antunes et al. 2022. AMAZONIA CAMTRAP: A dataset of mammal, bird, and reptile species recorded with camera traps in the Amazon forest. Ecology [link].

FADINI, R. F.; Brocardo, C. R.; Rosa, C.; Aragón, S. C.; Lima, A. P.; Magnusson, W. E. 2021. Long-term standardized ecological research in an Amazonian savanna: a laboratory under threat. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 93 (suppl 4). DOI:

Rosa, D. C.; Brocardo, C. R.; Rosa, C.; Castro, A. B.; Norris, D.; FADINI, R. F. 2021. Species-rich but defaunated: the case of medium and large-bodied mammals in a sustainable use protected area in the Amazon. Acta Amazonica 51, 323-333. [link]

Castro, A. B.; Bobrowiec, P. E. D.; Castro, S. J.; Rodrigues, L. R. R.; FADINI, R. F. 2021. Influence of reduced-impact logging on Central Amazonian bats using a before-after-control-impact design. Animal Conservation , 25(2), 311-322. [link]

Souza, E.; Lima, A. P.; Magnusson, W. E.; Kawashita-Ribeiro, R. A.; Fadini, R. F.; Guizoni, I.; Ganança, P.; De Fraga, R. Short and long-term effects of fire and vegetation cover on four lizard species in Amazonian savannas. Canadian Journal of Zoology 99(3), 173-182. [link]

Watson, D. M.; Cook, M.; Fadini, R. F. 2020. Towards best-practice management of mistletoes in horticulture. Botany 98(9): 489-498. [link]

Lima, M. J.; Castro, A. B.; Lima, A. P.; Magnusson, W. E.; Landeiro, V. L.; Fadini, R. F. 2020. Influência do regime de queimadas sobre a riqueza e composição florística de uma savana isolada na Amazônia - PELD Oeste do Pará. Oecologia Australis, 24(2):301-316. [link

França, F.; Ferreira, J.; Vaz de Melo, F.; Maia, L.; Berenguer, E.; Palmeira, A. F.; Fadini, R. F.; Louzada, J.; Braga, R.; Oliveira, V.; Barlow, J. 2020. El Niño impacts on human-modified tropical forests: consequences for dung beetle diversity and associated ecological processes. Biotropica, 52(2):252-262. [link]


Fadini, S. R. M. C.; Barbosa, R. I.; Rode, R.; Corrêa, V.; Fadini, R. F. 2020. Above-ground biomass estimation for a shrubby mistletoe in an Amazonian savanna. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 36(1): 6-12[link]

Fadini, R. F.; Fischer, E.; Castro, S. J.; Araújo, A. C. Ornelas, J. F. & de Souza, P. R. 2018. Bat and bee pollination in Psittacanthus mistletoes, a genus regarded as exclusively hummingbird-pollinated. Ecology. [link]. [Nós fomos capa!]

Fadini, R. F.; Fernandes, G. W. 2017. Brazil’s scientists and churches share goals. Science, v. 358, 6360, p. 179-180. [link]. Clique aqui para ler uma versão em português da publicação.


da Silva, F. P. & Fadini, R. F. 2017. Observational and experimental evaluation of hemiparasite-resistance in trees in the urban afforestation of Santarém, Pará, Brazil. Acta Amazonica 47(4): 311-320. [link]


Lira, J.; Caires, C. S.; Fadini, R. F. 2017. Reaching the canopy on the ground: incidence of infection and host use by mistletoes (Loranthaceae and Viscaceae) on trees felled for timber in Amazonian rainforests. Plant Ecology, 218: 251-263. Doi: 10.1007/s11258-016-0683-9 [link].


Fadini, R. F.; Cintra, R. 2015. Modeling occupancy of hosts by mistletoe seeds after accounting for imperfect detectability. Plos One 10(5): e0127004. [link]


Fadini, R. F. ; García, A. M. ; Ghizoni, L. P. 2014. A Host Creates an Enemy-free Space for Mistletoes by Reducing Seed Predation Caused by a Woodboring Beetle: A Hypothesis. Biotropica (Lawrence, KS), v. 46, p. 260-263. [link]


Galetti. ; Guevara, R. ; Cortes, M. C. ; Fadini, R. ; von Matter, S. ; Leite, A. B. ; Labecca, F. ; Ribeiro, T. ; Carvalho, C. S. ; Collevatti, R. G. ; Pires, M. M. ; Guimarães, P. R. ; Brancalion, P. H. ; Ribeiro, M. C. ; Jordano, P. 2013. Functional Extinction of Birds Drives Rapid Evolutionary Changes in Seed Size. Science (New York, N.Y.), v. 340, p. 1086-1090. [link]


Fadini, R. F. ; Castro, A. B. 2013. Subterranean Watercourses may -Rescue Seeds Dispersed by Fruit-Eating Bats in Caves. Acta Chiropterologica, v. 15, p. 105-112. [link]


Fadini, R. F. ; Lima, Albertina P. 2012. Fire and Host Abundance as Determinants of the Distribution of Three Congener and Sympatric Mistletoes in an Amazonian Savanna. Biotropica (Lawrence, KS), v. 44, p. 27-34. [link]


Arruda, R. S. ; Fadini, R. F. ; Carvalho, L. N. ; Del-Claro, K. ; Mourão, F. A. ; Jacobi, C. M. ; Teodoro, G. S. ; van den Berg, E. ; Caires, C. S. ; Dettke, G. A. 2012. Ecology of neotropical mistletoes: an important canopy-dwelling component of Brazilian ecosystems. Acta Botanica Brasílica (Impresso), v. 26, p. 264-274. [link]


Fadini, R. F. 2011. Non-overlap of hosts used by three congeneric and sympatric loranthaceous mistletoe species in an Amazonian savanna: host generalization to extreme specialization. Acta Botanica Brasílica (Impresso), v. 25, p. 337-345. [link]


Fadini, R. F. ; Fleury, Marina ; Donatti, Camila I. ; Galetti, M. 2009. Effects of frugivore impoverishment and seed predators on the recruitment of a keystone palm. Acta Oecologica (Montrouge), v. 35, p. 188-196. [link]


**Galetti, Mauro ; Bovendorp, Ricardo S. ; Fadini, Rodrigo F. ; Gussoni, Carlos O. A. ; Rodrigues, Marcos ; Alvarez, Ariane D. ; Guimarães Jr, Paulo R. ; Alves, K. 2009. Hyper abundant mesopredators and bird extinction in an Atlantic forest island. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, v. 26, p. 288-298. [link]


Fadini, R. F.; Gonçalves, Danielly Caroline Miléo ; Reis, Rúbia Patrícia Fernandes. 2009. Consistency in seed-deposition patterns and the distribution of mistletoes among its host trees in an Amazonian savanna. Australian Journal of Botany (Print), v. 57, p. 640. [link]


Fadini, R. F. ; Marco Jr., P. 2004. Interações entre aves frugívoras e plantas em um fragmento de mata atlântica de Minas Gerais. Ararajuba (Rio de Janeiro), v. 12, n.2, p. 15-21. [link]

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