BDFFPBiological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project
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Vegetation of the region is described by Prance (1990), and of the BDFFP fragments by Rankin-de-Merona et al.
Full description of BDFFP sites sampled in this study (modified from Lovejoy et al.
From Table 3 we infer that the first axis separated sites based on fragment area and ground distance east to west within the study area, with large-area sites at the eastern end of the BDFFP having a tall forest canopy and low percentage ground cover of twigs.
Fragment area was highly correlated with site location due to the establishment of continuous forest control sites at the eastern end of the reserve network, and forest fragments toward the western end, at the time of creation of the BDFFP.