Can we face different types of storms under the same umbrella? Efficiency and consistency of connectivity umbrellas across different patchy landscape patterns

@article{Diniz2018CanWF,
  title={Can we face different types of storms under the same umbrella? Efficiency and consistency of connectivity umbrellas across different patchy landscape patterns},
  author={M. F. Diniz and R. B. Machado and A. Bispo and Paulo M. J{\'u}nior},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={1911-1923}
}
ContextThe umbrella approach applied to landscape connectivity is based on the principle that the conservation or restoration of the dispersal habitats for some species also can facilitate the movement of others. Species traits alone do not seem to be enough to identify good connectivity umbrella species, showing the need to investigate the influence of additional factors on this property.ObjectivesWe test whether the potential of a species as a connectivity umbrella can be influenced by… Expand
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