Composition Changes in a Subandean Avifauna after Long‐Term Forest Fragmentation

@article{Renjifo1999CompositionCI,
  title={Composition Changes in a Subandean Avifauna after Long‐Term Forest Fragmentation},
  author={Luis Miguel Renjifo},
  journal={Conservation Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={13},
  pages={1124-1139}
}
: Current understanding of the effects of forest fragmentation is based largely on studies in temperate regions, Australia, and Neotropical lowlands. In contrast, the consequences of anthropogenic forest fragmentation for Andean avifaunas are poorly understood, despite large-scale habitat loss and fragmentation. I assessed the effects of long-term fragmentation on a subandean avifauna in Colombia by comparing the occurrence of bird species in forest fragments isolated over 50–90 years with the… Expand
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