Indices of Habitat-wide Fruit Abundance in Tropical Forests1

@inproceedings{Chapman1994IndicesOH,
  title={Indices of Habitat-wide Fruit Abundance in Tropical Forests1},
  author={Colin A. Chapman and Richard W Wrangham and Lauren J. Chapman},
  year={1994}
}
The assessment of fruit abundance is critical for studies of frugivore ecology. A variety of methods have been used to estimate habitat-wide fruit abundance. However, since the methods have not been calibrated with each other, it is difficult to compare results of different studies. Here we compare three methods used simultaneously to collect fruit abundance data in the Kibale Forest, Uganda. Estimates of fruit abundance derived from fruit traps were not correlated with estimates derived from… CONTINUE READING

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