Herpetofauna responses to agricultural matrix management
Preventing biodiversity loss in fragmented agricultural landscapes is a global problem that requires knowledge of how species move through landscapes. Farming practices can increase the contrast between remnant patches of native vegetation and adjoining habitats, with negative consequences for species movement and the preservation of biodiversity. Yet, the relationships between habitat attributes and the presence of species are poorly understood, and the...[Show more]
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