Emas National Park (live traps)
Basic information
Sample name: Emas National Park (live traps)

Reference: A. P. Carmignotto, A. M. R. Bezerra, and F. H. G. Rodrigues. 2014. Nonvolant small mammals from a southwestern area of Brazilian Cerrado: diversity, habitat use, seasonality, and biogeography. Therya 5(2):535-558 [ER 1547]
Country: Brazil
State: Goiás

Coordinate: 18° 15' S, 52° 53' W
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Geography comments: "in extreme southwestern Goiás state"
elevation 650 to 1000 m
Habitat: tropical/subtropical savanna
Protection: national/state park
Substrate: ground surface
MAT: 21.0
MAP: 2100.0
Habitat comments: seven habitat types including a mix of "evergreen gallery forests... grasslands... and... cerrado"
"Tropical, type AW according to Köopen’s classification, with two well defined seasons: the dry season, from May to September, and rainy season, from October to April, with total precipitation varying from 1, 200 to 3, 000 mm per year... mean annual temperature around 20 – 22 ºC"
Life forms: rodents, other small mammals
Sites: 28
Sampling methods: line transect, baited, Sherman traps, other traps
Sample size: 343
Years: 1998, 1999
Days: 52
Net or trap nights: 10664
Sampling comments: "28 different areas in ENP that represent the seven habitat types... live traps were placed 10 meters apart along linear transects, using both Sherman (7.5 × 8.5 × 23 cm) and Young (19.5 × 20 × 32 cm) traps (2/3 Sherman and 1/3 Young traps)" placed in "transects around 400 meters long (40 live traps)... The bait was a mixture of peanut butter, sardine, banana, and ground maize, adding a little piece of corn in the Young traps"
trap numbers unclear but trap nights stated
Sample: 1803
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2015-11-28 20:45:38
Modified: 2015-11-28 20:45:38
Abundance distribution
18 species
0 singletons
total count 343
extrapolated richness: 18.0
Fisher's α: 4.043
geometric series k: 0.7757
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.7779
Shannon's H: 2.1008
Good's u: 1.0000
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.