Daniel Paiva Silva
Daniel Paiva Silva
Faculty Member, Instituto Federal Goiano, Campus Urutaí
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The strong influence of collection bias on biodiversity knowledge shortfalls of Brazilian terrestrial biodiversity
U Oliveira, AP Paglia, AD Brescovit, CJB de Carvalho, DP Silva, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (12), 1232-1244, 2016
Biodiversity conservation gaps in the Brazilian protected areas
U Oliveira, BS Soares-Filho, AP Paglia, AD Brescovit, CJB Carvalho, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 9141, 2017
Adult odonate abundance and community assemblage measures as indicators of stream ecological integrity: a case study
DP Silva, P De Marco Jr., DC Resende
Ecological Indicators 10 (3), 744-752, 2010
Seeking the flowers for the bees: integrating biotic interactions into niche models to assess the distribution of the exotic bee species Lithurgus huberi in South America
DP Silva, VH Gonzalez, GAR Melo, M Lucia, LJ Alvarez, P De Marco Jr
Ecological Modelling 273, 200-209, 2014
Species conservation under future climate change: the case of Bombus bellicosus, a potentially threatened South American bumblebee species
AC Martins, DP Silva, P De Marco, GAR Melo
Journal of Insect Conservation 19 (1), 33-43, 2015
Reply to biodiversity conservation gaps in Brazil: A role for systematic conservation planning
U Oliveira, BS Soares-Filho, AP Paglia, AD Brescovit, CJB Carvalho, ...
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, 2018
Contextualized niche shifts upon independent invasions by the dung beetle Onthophagus taurus
DP Silva, B Vilela, BA Buzatto, AP Moczek, J Hortal
Biological Invasions 18, 3137-3148, 2016
Using ecological niche models and niche analyses to understand speciation patterns: the case of sister Neotropical orchid bees
DP Silva, B Vilela, P De Marco Jr, A Nemésio
PLoS One 9 (11), e113246, 2014
Delimiting priority areas for the conservation of endemic and threatened Neotropical birds using a niche-based gap analysis
DL de Carvalho, T Sousa-Neves, PV Cerqueira, G Gonsioroski, SM Silva, ...
PLoS One 12 (2), e0171838, 2017
Amazonian species within the Cerrado savanna: new records and potential distribution for Aglae caerulea (Apidae: Euglossini)
DP Silva, AJC Aguiar, GAR Melo, EJ Anjos-Silva, P De Marco
Apidologie 44, 673-683, 2013
Pleistocene niche stability and lineage diversification in the subtropical spider Araneus omnicolor (Araneidae)
EA Peres, T Sobral-Souza, MF Perez, IAS Bonatelli, DP Silva, MJ Silva, ...
PLoS One 10 (4), e0121543, 2015
Modelling Highly Biodiverse Areas in Brazil
U Oliveira, BS Soares-Filho, AP Paglia, AD Brescovit, CJB Carvalho, ...
Scientific Reports 9, 6355, 2019
Conservation of freshwater macroinvertebrate biodiversity in tropical regions
S Sundar, J Heino, FO Roque, JP Simaika, AS Melo, JD Tonkin, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2020
Effects of climate change and habitat loss on a forest‐dependent bee species in a tropical fragmented landscape
A Nemésio, DP Silva, JC Nabout, S Varela
Insect Conservation and Diversity 9 (2), 149-160, 2016
Range expansion of an already widespread bee under climate change
RM Dew, DP Silva, SM Rehan
Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00584, 2019
Range increase of a Neotropical orchid bee under future scenarios of climate change
DP Silva, ACBA Macêdo, JS Ascher, P De Marco
Journal of Insect Conservation 19 (5), 901-910, 2015
New records of an invasive bumble bee in northern Chile: expansion of its range or new introduction events?
J Montalva, V Sepulveda, F Vivallo, DP Silva
Journal of Insect Conservation, 2017
Forest reserves and riparian corridors help maintain orchid bee communities in oil palm plantations
TF Brito, CC Phifer, JL Knowlton, CM Fiser, NM Becker, FC Barros, ...
Apidologie 48, 575-587, 2017
No evidence of habitat loss affecting the orchid bees Eulaema nigrita Lepeletier and Eufriesea auriceps Friese (Apidae: Euglossini) in the Brazilian Cerrado Savanna
DP Silva, P De Marco
Neotropical Entomology 43 (6), 509-518, 2014
Field biology of Edessa rufomarginata (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae): phenology, behavior, and patterns of host plant use
DP Silva, PS Oliveira
Environmental Entomology 39 (6), 1903-1910, 2010
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