Close
  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Table 2: Mean number of individuals per point count sample of each recorded species in primary forest, regenerating secondary forest, disturbed secondary forest and cleared agricultural land within the Lambusango forest reserve, Buton Island, Southeast Sulawesi. Bracketed figures show sample sized used to calculate means. Species ranked in taxonomical order after Wells (1998). Scientific and common names follow Coates & Bishop (1997) Species in bold are endemic to the Sulawesi sub-region. Species marked † are classified as forest species after Coates & Bishop (1997). Species marked (F) or (I) are classifi ed as primarily frugivores or insectivores respectively, after BirdLife International (2008), Coates and Bishop (1997), and White and Bruce (1987). Species marked * have signifi cantly different population densities across habitat types (Kruskal-Wallis P <0.05).

Table 2: Mean number of individuals per point count sample of each recorded species in primary forest, regenerating secondary forest, disturbed secondary forest and cleared agricultural land within the Lambusango forest reserve, Buton Island, Southeast Sulawesi. Bracketed figures show sample sized
used to calculate means. Species ranked in taxonomical order after Wells (1998). Scientific and common names follow Coates & Bishop (1997) Species in bold are endemic to the Sulawesi sub-region. Species marked † are classified as forest species after Coates & Bishop (1997). Species marked (F) or (I) are classifi ed as primarily frugivores or insectivores respectively, after BirdLife International (2008), Coates and Bishop (1997), and White and Bruce (1987). Species marked * have signifi cantly different population densities across habitat types (Kruskal-Wallis P <0.05).