The use of automated camera traps has traditionally been oriented towards wildlife monitoring, especially for those cryptic species that, through other sampling methods, would not be possible to detect. However, its potential use for the study of biological interactions has been very little explored. In this study we present the results of its use in the monitoring of the visitor fauna (pollinators and dispersers) of a cactus community in the coastal desert of Ica, Peru.
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Vol. 94 • No. 1