Distribution and Abundance of the World's Smallest Primate, Microcebus berthae, in Central Western Madagascar

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The distribution of most recently discovered or described lemur species remains poorly known, but many appear to have small geographical ranges, making them vulnerable to extinction. Research can contribute to future conservation actions on behalf of these species by providing accurate information on local distribution and abundance. The distribution of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10764-014-9768-2

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@inproceedings{Schffler2014DistributionAA, title={Distribution and Abundance of the World's Smallest Primate, Microcebus berthae, in Central Western Madagascar}, author={Livia Sch{\"a}ffler and Peter M Kappeler}, booktitle={International Journal of Primatology}, year={2014} }