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Due to different mist netting efforts (net-hours) in the six sampled areas (850 in each fragment, 2680 in Igapira Farm and 1800 in SONP), before using our data we divided captures by net-hours x 100; thereby we were able to compare our results of relative proportion of captures in these sites.
Due to their association to the largest area (SONP), we have linked Sclerurus scansor (Menetries, 1835), Mionectes rufiventris (Cabanis, 1846), Chiroxiphia caudata (Shaw & Nodder, 1793) and Habia rubica (Vieillot, 1817) to that site.
This is the case of Euphonia pectoralis (Latham, 1801) and Saltator similis d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837 for SONP (Table 3).