Habitat evaluation and conservation framework of the newly discovered and critically endangered black snub-nosed monkey
The black snub-nosedmonkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri) is an IUCN-Critically Endangered primate, recently discovered on the northern Sino-Myanmar border. In order to identify the most urgent gaps in the conservation of the black snub-nosed monkey, a hierarchical process was employed to predict the distribution and alterations in its habitat over the past 15 years. Our study showed that R. strykeri appeared to inhabit a range fromE98°20′–98°50′, N25°40′–26°50′, including high quality habitat at...[Show more]
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