Island Bats Evolution, Ecology and Conservation
by Theodore Fleming

Pages: 568
Edition: 1st., 2010
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0226253309


The island faunas and floras are notable because of their high conservation concerns. About one-quarter of the 25 global biodiversity hot spots identified by Myers et al. (2000) because of their exceptional conservation concern, for example, are island systems. These areas include the Caribbean, Madagascar, Sundaland, Wallacea, the Philippines, Polynesia/Micronesia, and New Zealand.
Each of these areas contains endemic species of island-dwelling bats, extinction rates of island plants and animals are considerably higher than those of their continental relatives.

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