Abstract. There is a dire need to predict the vulnerability of tropical forest biotas to habitat fragmentation I tested the efficacy of seven ecological traits (body size Iongeuity, fecundity, trophic level, dietary specialization, natural abundance in rain forest and abundance in the surrounding habitat matrix) for predicting responses of 16 nonflying mammal species to rain forest fragmentation in tropical QueenslaM Australia An ordination analysis revealed that most (84%) of the variation in traits was described by two axes, the first separating rand K‐selected species, and the second discriminating rare species with specialized diets from common species with generalized diets.
Conservation Biology – Wiley
Published: Mar 1, 1991
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