João Fabricio Mota Rodrigues
João Fabricio Mota Rodrigues
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Formal education, previous interaction and perception influence the attitudes of people toward the conservation of snakes in a large urban center of northeastern Brazil
LT Pinheiro, JFM Rodrigues, DM Borges-Nojosa
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 12 (1), 1-8, 2016
Ecological opportunities, habitat, and past climatic fluctuations influenced the diversification of modern turtles
JFM Rodrigues, JAF Diniz-Filho
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 101, 352-358, 2016
Herpetofauna of a coastal region of northeastern Brazil
MJ Borges-Leite¹, JFM Rodrigues, DM Borges-Nojosa¹
Time and environment explain the current richness distribution of non‐marine turtles worldwide
JFM Rodrigues, MÁ Olalla‐Tárraga, JB Iverson, TSB Akre, ...
Ecography 40 (12), 1402-1411, 2017
Invasion risk of the pond slider turtle is underestimated when niche expansion occurs
JFM Rodrigues, MTP Coelho, S Varela, JAF Diniz-Filho
Freshwater Biology 61, 1119–1127, 2016
Global expansion of COVID-19 pandemic is driven by population size and airport connections
MTP Coelho, JFM Rodrigues, AM Medina, P Scalco, LC Terribile, B Vilela, ...
PeerJ 8, e9708, 2020
Exploring intraspecific climatic niche conservatism to better understand species invasion: the case of Trachemys dorbigni (Testudines, Emydidae)
JFM Rodrigues, MTP Coelho, JAF Diniz-Filho
Hydrobiologia 779 (1), 127-134, 2016
A macroecological approach to evolutionary rescue and adaptation to climate change
JAF Diniz‐Filho, KS Souza, LM Bini, R Loyola, R Dobrovolski, ...
Ecography 42 (6), 1124-1141, 2019
Dispersal is more important than climate in structuring turtle communities across different biogeographical realms
JFM Rodrigues, JAF Diniz‐Filho
Journal of Biogeography 44 (9), 2109-2120, 2017
Effect of climate change in lizards of the genus Xenosaurus (Xenosauridae) based on projected changes in climatic suitability and climatic niche conservatism
C Berriozabal‐Islas, JFM Rodrigues, A Ramírez‐Bautista, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (14), 6860-6871, 2018
Temperature is the main correlate of the global biogeography of turtle body size
JFM Rodrigues, MÁ Olalla‐Tárraga, JB Iverson, JAF Diniz‐Filho
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (4), 429-438, 2018
Neutral biogeography of phylogenetically structured interaction networks
MTP Coelho, JFM Rodrigues, TF Rangel
Ecography 40 (12), 1467-1474, 2017
Exponential phase of covid19 expansion is driven by airport connections
MTP Coelho, JFM Rodrigues, AM Medina, P Scalco, LC Terribile, B Vilela, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Exponential phase of covid19 expansion is not driven by climate at global scale
MTP Coelho, JFM Rodrigues, AM Medina, P Scalco, LC Terribile, B Vilela, ...
MedRxiv, 2020
Climatic niche evolution in turtles is characterized by phylogenetic conservatism for both aquatic and terrestrial species
JFM Rodrigues, F Villalobos, JB Iverson, JAF Diniz‐Filho
Journal of evolutionary biology 32 (1), 66-75, 2019
Como lidar com as serpentes? O conhecimento básico e as atitudes dos funcionários de uma universidade no Nordeste do Brasil
D de Oliveira Soares, HAC Maia, LT Pinheiro, GC Melo, ...
Scientia Plena 10 (4 (a)), 2014
Reproductive activity of Adenomera aff. hylaedactyla (Anura: Leptodactylidae) in a coastal area of Brazil
MJ Borges-Leite, JFM Rodrigues, DM Borges-Nojosa, PM Gondim
Animal Biology 65, 101-111, 2015
Population structure, activity, and sex ratio of Phrynops tuberosus (Testudines: Chelidae) in Caatinga, Brazil
JFM Rodrigues, JRF Silva
North-Western Journal of Zoology 11 (1), 2015
Sexual dimorphism, deformations, and epibionts of Phrynops tuberosus (Testudines, Chelidae)
JFM Rodrigues, JRF Silva
Animal Biology 65 (3-4), 311-320, 2015
How Phrynops tuberosus (Testudines: Chelidae) reproduce in the Brazilian Caatinga?
North-Western Journal of Zoology 10 (1), 2014
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