At the edge of extinction: a first herpetological assessment of the proposed Serra do Pingano Rainforest National Park in Uíge Province, northern Angola

@article{Ernst2020AtTE,
  title={At the edge of extinction: a first herpetological assessment of the proposed Serra do Pingano Rainforest National Park in U{\'i}ge Province, northern Angola},
  author={Raffael Ernst and T. Lautenschl{\"a}ger and Makaya Futuro Br{\'a}nquima and Monique H{\"o}lting},
  journal={Zoosystematics and Evolution},
  year={2020},
  volume={96},
  pages={237-262}
}
  • Raffael Ernst, T. Lautenschläger, +1 author Monique Hölting
  • Published 2020
  • Geography
  • Zoosystematics and Evolution
  • We systematically assess the herpetofaunal diversity of the Serra do Pingano Forest Ecosystem (SPFE) and additional localities throughout the northern Angolan province of Uíge during four independent Rapid Assessment (RA) field campaigns held between 2013 and 2019. These assessments represent the first systematic surveys of amphibians and reptiles from the province, and thus we provide the first province-wide species list. We collected data on the status and current threats to amphibians and… CONTINUE READING
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