Changing places : how the results of new field work in the Rubeho Mountains influence conservation priorities in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania

@inproceedings{Doggart2006ChangingP,
  title={Changing places : how the results of new field work in the Rubeho Mountains influence conservation priorities in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania},
  author={Nike Doggart and Andrew Perkin and Jacob Kiure and Jon Fjelds{\aa} and John C Poynton and Neil Burgess},
  year={2006}
}
The RubehoMountains are a poorly studiedmountain block within the Eastern Arc Mountain range of Tanzania and Kenya.We present the results of field surveys for vertebrates undertaken during the period February 2000 to December 2002. One hundred and twelve man-days of surveys recorded 35 mammal, 107 bird, ten reptile and nine amphibian species, including eleven species endemic and sevennear-endemic to the EasternArc,with one species new to science. Of these, nine species are regarded as… CONTINUE READING

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