Danilo Boscolo
Danilo Boscolo
Professor of Landscape Ecology, University of São Paulo - FFCLRP-USP
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Is bird incidence in Atlantic forest fragments influenced by landscape patterns at multiple scales?
D Boscolo, JP Metzger
Landscape Ecology 24, 907-918, 2009
Spatial Heterogeneity Regulates Plant Pollinator Networks Across Multiple Landscape Scales
EF Moreira, D Boscolo, BF Viana
Plos One 10 (4), e0123628, 2015
Assessing the utility of statistical adjustments for imperfect detection in tropical conservation science
C Banks‐Leite, R Pardini, D Boscolo, CR Cassano, T Püttker, CS Barros, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (4), 849-859, 2014
Importance of interhabitat gaps and stepping-stones for lesser woodcreepers (Xiphorhynchus fuscus) in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil
D Boscolo, C Candia-Gallardo, M Awade, JP Metzger
Biotropica, 273-276, 2008
Indirect effects of habitat loss via habitat fragmentation: A cross-taxa analysis of forest-dependent species
T Püttker, R Crouzeilles, M Almeida-Gomes, M Schmoeller, D Maurenza, ...
Biological Conservation 241, 108368, 2020
What do we know about the effects of landscape changes on plant–pollinator interaction networks?
PA Ferreira, D Boscolo, BF Viana
Ecological Indicators 31, 35-40, 2013
Isolation determines patterns of species presence in highly fragmented landscapes
D Boscolo, J Paul Metzger
Ecography 34, 1018-1029, 2011
Landscape and crop management strategies to conserve pollination services and increase yields in tropical coffee farms
J Hipólito, D Boscolo, BF Viana
Responses of bees to habitat loss in fragmented landscapes of Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest
PA Ferreira, D Boscolo, LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, PLB Rocha, ...
Landscape ecology 30, 2067-2078, 2015
How well do we understand landscape effects on pollinators and pollination services?
BF Viana, D Boscolo, EM Neto, L Lopes, A Lopes, P Fereira, CM Pigozzo, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 7, 2012
Positive responses of flower visiting bees to landscape heterogeneity depend on functional connectivity levels
D Boscolo, PM Tokumoto, PA Ferreira, JW Ribeiro, JS dos Santos
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 15 (1), 18-24, 2017
Singing in the rain forest: How a tropical bird song transfers information
N Mathevon, T Aubin, J Vielliard, ML Da Silva, F Sebe, D Boscolo
Plos one 3 (2), e1580, 2008
Using binary and probabilistic habitat availability indices derived from graph theory to model bird occurrence in fragmented forests
M Awade, D Boscolo, JP Metzger
Landscape Ecology 27, 185-198, 2012
Efficiency of playback for assessing the occurrence of five bird species in Brazilian Atlantic Forest fragments
D Boscolo, JP Metzger, JME Vielliard
Anais da academia brasileira de ciências 78, 629-644, 2006
Urbanization homogenizes the interactions of plant-frugivore bird networks
I Schneiberg, D Boscolo, M Devoto, V Marcilio-Silva, CA Dalmaso, ...
Urban Ecosystems 23, 457-470, 2020
Vertical stratification of insect abundance and species richness in an Amazonian tropical forest
D de Souza Amorim, BV Brown, D Boscolo, R Ale-Rocha, ...
Scientific Reports 12, 1734, 2022
Forest and connectivity loss simplify tropical pollination networks
PA Ferreira, D Boscolo, LE Lopes, LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, ...
Oecologia 192, 577-590, 2020
Green patches among a grey patchwork: the importance of preserving natural habitats to harbour cavity-nesting bees and wasps (Hymenoptera) and their natural enemies in urban areas
LC da Rocha-Filho, PC Montagnana, D Boscolo, CA Garófalo
Biodiversity and Conservation 29 (8), 2487-2514, 2020
Bee diversity responses to forest and open areas in heterogeneous Atlantic Forest
LS Nery, JT Takata, BB De Camargo, AM Chaves, PA Ferreira, D Boscolo
Sociobiology 65 (4), 686-695, 2018
How landscape composition affects pollen collection by stingless bees?
T Machado, BF Viana, CI da Silva, D Boscolo
Landscape ecology 35, 747-759, 2020
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