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Forest seasonality shapes diet of limestone-living rhesus macaques at Nonggang, China
Limestone forests are an unusual habitat for primates, but little information is available for the genus Macaca in such habitats, making a comparative understanding of extant limestone primates’Expand
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Effect of frugivorous birds on the establishment of a naturally regenerating population of Chinese yew in ex situ conservation.
The Chinese yew (Taxus chinensis) is catalogued as an endangered species in China because of the small size and senescent status of most populations. Its lack of natural regeneration is the mostExpand
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A new species of the genus Megophrys Gunther, 1864 (Amphibia: Anura: Megophryidae) from Mount Wuyi, China.
A new species of horned toad, Megophrys ombrophila sp. nov., is described based on specimens found from Guadun village from Mount Wuyi in northwestern Fujian Province, China. The species isExpand
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Seed handling by primary frugivores differentially influence post-dispersal seed removal of Chinese yew by ground-dwelling animals.
Seed handling by primary frugivores can influence secondary dispersal and/or predation of post-dispersal seeds by attracting different guilds of ground-dwelling animals. Many studies have focused onExpand
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Five new mitogenomes of Phylloscopus (Passeriformes, Phylloscopidae): Sequence, structure, and phylogenetic analyses.
The genus Phylloscopus belongs to the order Passeriformes and subfamily Phylloscopinae within the family Sylviidae. Phylloscopus, a small insectivore widely distributed in the old world, includes 66Expand
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Effects of ecological and anthropogenic factors on waterbird abundance at a Ramsar Site in the Yangtze River Floodplain
Abstract Continuing declines in abundance of many waterbird species on wetland ecosystems require explanations to support effective management interventions. We used 6 year survey data from ShengjinExpand
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Mitogenome of the little owl Athene noctua and phylogenetic analysis of Strigidae.
New advances in molecular approaches for DNA analysis have enhanced our understanding of the phylogenetic relationship of birds. The Little Owl (Athene noctua) is of great significance for theExpand
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Red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis) prefers postharvest reed beds during winter period in Yancheng National Nature Reserve
Reed beds represent an important habitat for the survival of birds by providing favorable foraging and reproduction conditions. Reed management, as a traditional agricultural activity, primarilyExpand
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Red-Crowned Crane (Grus japonensis) Reproduction Was Improved by Inhibiting Mycotoxins with Montmorillonite in Feed
The red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis) is a vulnerable bird species. Mycotoxins are toxic substances produced by filamentous fungi and are considered as naturally unavoidable contaminants in animalExpand
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Bulbuls and crows provide complementary seed dispersal for China’s endangered trees
BackgroundDifferent functional frugivores generally exhibit unequal contributions, both in terms of quantity (seed removal) and quality (seedling recruitment), to effective seed dispersal of plantExpand
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