- Research Grants
graduation at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (2006) and master's at Zoology from Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro (2010). Has experience in Zoology, acting on the following subjects: rio de janeiro, brazil, morphometry, islands and sea level fluctuations. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The family Hylodidae contains 42 species allocated in the genera Crossodactylus (11 species),Hylodes (24 species) and Megaelosia (7 species). These species inhabit streams with small waterfalls in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest, occurring from Alagoas to Rio Grande do Sul States in Brazil, reaching Misiones, Argentina. Due to adaptations to waterfall environments, a plesiomorphic morphol...
Hylodidae is a monophyletic family composed of 42 species distributed in three genera: Crossodactylus, Hylodes and Megaelosia. The inclusion of morphological characters is essential for phylogenetic analysis in a total evidence context. However, the morphology of this family has been poorly studied in an evolutionary overview and few species have been included in systematic studies. Mos...
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