For lemurs, size of forest fragments may be more important than degree of isolation

For lemurs, size of forest fragments may be more important than degree of isolation

For lemurs, size of forest fragments may be more important than degree of isolation, ,

Occurrence probability of three lemur species in tropical dry forest increases with fragment size but can increase or decrease with fragment isolation depending on the species, according to a new study.

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