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|Title:||A comparison of bird communities of two fragmented and two continuous southeast Asian rainforests|
|Citation:||Sodhi, N.S. (2002). A comparison of bird communities of two fragmented and two continuous southeast Asian rainforests. Biodiversity and Conservation 11 (6) : 1105-1119. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1015869106512|
|Abstract:||A large proportion of forest-dependent bird species have disappeared from Singapore, probably due to heavy forest loss that started in the 1800s. The bird fauna seems to have relaxed (attained a lower and relatively stable diversity following habitat destruction) in Singapore. Using mist-netting, I compared understory bird communities of two lowland rainforest fragments in Singapore (Nee Soon and MacRitchie) with two continuous forests in Sarawak (Malaysia) (Matang Wildlife Sanctuary and Gunung Gading National Park). I compared community characteristics (e.g. rarity [|
|Source Title:||Biodiversity and Conservation|
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