The destruction of source and sink habitats in the decline of the Mauritius Fody, Foudia rubra, an island-endemic bird

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The population of the Mauritius Fody, Foudia rubra, a rare island-endemic bird, was structured as five subpopulations. The largest comprised small source areas contiguous with larger sink areas. The remainder were relicts, left by habitat destruction, from a time when the distribution was far more extensive. No evidence was found for a classical… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1018377010933

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@article{Safford2004TheDO, title={The destruction of source and sink habitats in the decline of the Mauritius Fody, Foudia rubra, an island-endemic bird}, author={Roger Safford}, journal={Biodiversity & Conservation}, year={2004}, volume={6}, pages={513-527} }