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The biodiversity of the Albertine Rift
The Albertine Rift is one of the most important regions for conservation in Africa. It contains more vertebrate species than any other region on the continent and contains more endemic species ofExpand
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A New Genus of African Monkey, Rungwecebus: Morphology, Ecology, and Molecular Phylogenetics
A new species of African monkey, Lophocebus kipunji, was described in 2005 based on observations from two sites in Tanzania. We have since obtained a specimen killed by a farmer on Mount Rungwe, theExpand
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Protected area planning in the tropics: Uganda's national system of forest nature reserves.
: Uganda is one of the most biologically diverse countries in Africa, with much of its biodiversity represented in a system of 10 national parks, 10 wildlife reserves, and 710 forest reserves,Expand
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The Highland Mangabey Lophocebus kipunji: A New Species of African Monkey
A distinct species of mangabey was independently found at two sites 370 kilometers apart in southern Tanzania (Mount Rungwe and Livingstone in the Southern Highlands and Ndundulu in the UdzungwaExpand
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The Critically Endangered kipunji Rungwecebus kipunji of southern Tanzania: first census and conservation status assessment
We present the first assessments of the population, distribution and conservation status of the recently described kipunji Rungwecebus kipunji in forests in the Southern Highlands and UdzungwaExpand
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Realities of documenting wildlife corridors in tropical countries
Abstract Connectivity is regarded as vital in conservation planning but the whereabouts of remaining wildlife corridors and dispersal areas in most tropical countries are poorly documented. WithExpand
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Persistence and stability of Eastern Afromontane forests: evidence from brevicipitid frogs
Aim The persistence and stability of habitats through time are considered predictors of high levels of biodiversity in some environments. Long-term habitat persistence and stability may explainExpand
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An escalating trade in orchid tubers across Tanzania's Southern Highlands: assessment, dynamics and conservation implications
Kinaka or Chikanda has been eaten by people in parts of Zambia, northern Malawi and south-western Tanzania for hundreds of years. Prepared from the boiled root tubers of terrestrial orchids, andExpand
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Family Cercopithecidae (Old world monkeys)
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The Impact of Forest Disturbance on the Seasonal Foraging Ecology of a Critically Endangered African Primate
Forest loss and fragmentation threaten many primates globally, and often leads to a reduction in food resources. During a 22-mo period, the foraging ecology of the critically endangered kipunjiExpand
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