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INSECT CONSERVATION IN SINGAPORE - AN ASSESSMENT

@inproceedings{Fah2011INSECTCI,
  title={INSECT CONSERVATION IN SINGAPORE - AN ASSESSMENT},
  author={C. Fah},
  year={2011}
}
Insects, the major group of biodiversity, are extremely species rich and of wide significance in terrestrial ecosystems. That their particular conservation needs and extinction risks are rarely considered stems largely from our ignorance of them, both taxonomically and biologically. Without pitching conservation at the level where there is substantial habitatand organism-dependent specialization, the rationality of various conservation initiatives will be undermined. Recommendations to redress… Expand

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