IPBio – Betary Reserve is currently developing researches on the biology of species from the Atlantic Forest, with the purpose of preservation.
• Diversity and biology of amphibians
• Study of Biology and the breeding of fish from creeks
• Mast fauna inventory using photographic traps
• Reptile inventory
• Avifauna inventory and the nidicolas behavior
Introduction to cultivation of ornamental species.
Bioluminescent fuungi are species of fungi that release light. The region presents the biggest concentration of these fungi in the whole planet, currently 10 out of 71 known species.
Anurans of Preserved Areas and urbanized areas in the city of Iporanga, São Paulo State, Brazil – 2010.
Researcher: Isaias Santos.
Advisor: Dr. Luis Felipe Toledo
Interference of Partial Tail Loss on the development of Dendropsophus elegans tadpoles – 2010.
Researcher: Ana Glaucia Martins.
Advisor: Dr. Luis Felipe Toledo.
Inventory of medium and large mammal species using camera trap in the Betary Reserve – Iporanga (SP) – 2011.
Researcher: Ruy dos Santos Barbosa Júnior
Advisor: Dr. Walter Barrella
PUC – São Paulo
The production of images taken and organised since 2006 and used in support for research allows the deployment of various potentialities of knowledge multiplication via internet and social networks. OBBIO – Biodiversity Observatory is a project by IPBio for disclosure of records obtained by a network of video cameras that monitor the flora and fauna 24 hours a day, generating content and movies for use in research and teaching. See now some undisclosed images of wild animals behavior.