Fazenda Santa Fé
Basic information
Sample name: Fazenda Santa Fé

Reference: R. G. Rocha, E. Ferreira, Y. L. R. Leite, C. Fonseca, and L. P. Costa. 2011. Small mammals in the diet of Barn owls, Tyto alba (Aves: Strigiformes) along the mid-Araguaia River in central Brazil. Zoologia 28(6):709-716 [ER 1551]
Country: Brazil
State: Pará

Coordinate: 9° 30' 18" S, 50° 37' 30" W
Basis of coordinate: based on nearby landmark
Geography comments: "in the mid-Araguaia River region of central Brazil" in the "municipality of Santana do Araguaia" (coordinate based on Santana do Araguaia)
Climate and habitat
Habitat: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest
Substrate: ground surface
WMT: 26.4
CMT: 25.1
MAP: 1755.0
Habitat comments: "a 65, 000 ha private ranch, managed for cattle ranching, with about 65% of its area still covered with semi-deciduous forest. The forested area is concentrated near the riverbank" and trapping was concentrated "along the mid-Araguaia River"
climate data are for the middle Araguaia River basin and are from Sawakuchi et al. (2013, Open Journal of Forestry)
Life forms: rodents, other small mammals
Sampling methods: line transect, drift fences, pitfall traps, Sherman traps, Tomahawk traps
Sample size: 180
Years: 2007, 2008
Net or trap nights: 13860
Sampling comments: four sampling points, with each consisting of "a transect of sixteen 30 L pitfalls with drift fences; a transect with ten 60 L pitfalls with drift fences (except at FLV, where burying large pitfalls in waterlogged soil was unfeasible); a mixed transect with 22 Sherman traps (45 x 12.5 x 14.5 cm) and ten Tomahawk traps (45 x 21 x 21 cm) placed on the ground; and a mixed transect with four Sherman traps and four Tomahawk traps placed in the understory"
Sample: 1805
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2015-11-29 08:39:04
Modified: 2015-12-02 21:44:53
Abundance distribution
14 species
2 singletons
total count 180
extrapolated richness: 16.9
Fisher's α: 3.548
geometric series k: 0.7308
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.7914
Shannon's H: 1.9560
Good's u: 0.9889
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.