Artigos revisados por pares

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 xx [Accepted for publication].

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

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