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Table 3 Total number of prey and estimated harvest rate (H)a y community type for frequently hunted species/taxon

From: Hunters and hunting across indigenous and colonist communities at the forest-agriculture interface: an ethnozoological study from the Peruvian Amazon

Scientific Name Common Name (Spanish) Total Indv./Month (Harvest Rate H)b Proposed Sustainable Harvest Rate (H) by Robinson and Redford (1991)
Indigenous River-Based Community Land-based Community
Ateles sp. Spider monkey (mono araƱa negro) 21 (6.46) 1 (0.26) 0 (0.00) (0.16)
Cuniculus paca Lowland paca (maja) 38 (11.69) 17 (4.53) 22 (2.11) (1.31)
Dasypus sp. Armadillo (carachupa) 4 (1.23) 4 (1.07) 11 (1.06) (5.19)
Mazama americana Red brocket deer (venado) 9 (2.76) 9 (2.40) 0 (0.00) (0.67)
  1. aHarvest Rate (H) is estimated as the number of individuals. /km2/year
  2. bThe aggregated area for each type of community was: Indigenous= 39 km2, River-based= 45km2, Land-based= 125km2