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... with declin'ng popu ations of several of the cowbirds host species. The in'
Iuence of fragmentation on the structure of communities has been explored for
two decades in the long-term Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project.
servation Biol<~ and Restoration K 1"' est fragments, isolated sections of forest
ranging in area from 1 to 100 ha. of forest fragments (Figure 55.15). The
fragments are isolated patches of forest separated from surrounding continuous
cies adapted to forest interiors show the greatest declines in the smallest
fragments, suggesting that landscapes domirated by small fragments will support
fewer species, mainly due to a loss of interior-adapted species. Corridors That
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