Serra do Japi Biological Reserve (2009/2010)
Basic information
Sample name: Serra do Japi Biological Reserve (2009/2010)

Reference: W. D. Carvalho, C. H. Adania, and C. E. L. Esbérard. 2013. Comparison of two mammalian surveys made with camera traps in southeastern Brazil, focusing the abundance of wild mammals and domestic dogs. Brazilian Journal of Biology 73(1):29-36 [ER 1777]
Country: Brazil
State: São Paulo

Coordinate: 23° 16' 30" S, 46° 47' 30" W
Basis of coordinate: stated in text as range
Geography comments: "in the municipality of Jundiaí"; it "comprises an area of 2, 071.2 ha"
elevation 700 to 1300 m
Climate and habitat
Habitat: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest
Substrate: ground surface
MAT: 19.7
MAP: 1422.0
Habitat comments: "Two climate types occur in the area: humid temperate with warm summer (Cfa) and humid temperate with mild summer (Cfb) (Setzer, 1966) and a hot and rainy season and a dry and cold season (Pinto, 1992). The average annual temperature varies from 15.7 °C to 19.2 °C, depending on the altitude... the vegetation of this region is classified as semi-deciduous seasonal forest"
climate data are for the Serra do Japi Municipal Ecological Reserve and are from Caselli and Setz (2011, Primates)
Life forms: carnivores, ungulates, other large mammals, other small mammals
Sampling methods: no design, automatic cameras
Sample size: 42
Years: 2009, 2010
Nets or traps: 10
Net or trap nights: 278
Camera type: analog
Cameras paired: no
Sampling comments: surveys were "from July 2009 to February 2010, using the same seven camera traps [as in 2006/2007] plus three new ones, arranged in ten sampling sites on trails... The cameras were programmed to remain turned on 24 h a day... The total sampling effort" was 6660 h = 277.5 days
Sample: 1982
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2016-01-28 13:22:31
Modified: 2016-12-16 19:34:32
Abundance distribution
9 species
3 singletons
total count 42
extrapolated richness: 16.0
Fisher's α: 3.514
geometric series k: 0.6921
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.7236
Shannon's H: 1.6546
Good's u: 0.9319
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.