June 2013 | Vol. 6 | Issue 2 | pages 158-310
Alejandro Estrada and Rhett Butler
Protecting wildlife in a heavily hunted biodiversity hotspot: a case study from the Atlantic forest of Bahia, Brazil | pages 181-200
Kevin M. Flesher and Juliana Laufer
Reducing rural households income fluctuations through diversification of wildlife use: portfolio theory in a case study of south eastern Zimbabwe | pages 201-220
X. Poshiwa, R.A. Groeneveld, I. M.A. Heitkönig, H.H.T. Prins and E. C. van Ierland
Botswanan palm basketry among the Wounaan of western Colombia: lessons from an intercontinental cultural exchange | pages 221-229
Rodrigo Bernal, Gloria Galeano, Néstor García, and Aida Palacios
Local knowledge suggests significant wildlife decline and forest loss in insurgent affected Similipal Tiger Reserve, India | pages 230-240
Sasmita Sahoo, Jean-Philippe Puyravaud and Priya Davidar
Wildlife exploitation: a market survey in Nagaland, North-eastern India | pages 241-253
Subramanian Bhupathy, Selvaraj Ramesh Kumar, Palanisamy Thirumalainathan, Joothi Paramanandham and Chang Lemba
The mangrove forest at the Bucatu Lagoon, Northeast Brazil: structural characterization and anthropic impacts | pages 254-267
Rômulo Romeu Nóbrega Alves, Roberto Sassi and Gindomar Gomes Santana
Strobilus and seed production of Dioon edule (Zamiaceae) in a population with low seedlings density in San Luis Potosí, Mexico | pages 268-282
Raymundo Mora, Laura Yáñez-Espinosa, Joel Flores, and Nadya Nava-Zárate
Climatic and structural factors influencing epiphytic bromeliad community assemblage along a gradient of water limited environments in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico | pages 283-302
Manuel J. Cach-Pérez; José Luis Andrade; Nahlleli Chilpa-Galván, Manuela Tamayo-Chim; Roger Orellana and Casandra Reyes-García
Elildo Alves Ribeiro de Carvalho Jr and Ronaldo Gonçalves Morato
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