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Title: When “Not Extinct” Is Not Good News: Conservation in the Sangihe Islands
Authors: Shekelle, Myron
Meier, Rudolf
Indrawan, Mochamad
Maryanto, Ibnu
Salim, Agus
Supriatna, Jatna
Andayani, Noviar
Issue Date: Feb-2007
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Series/Report no.: Volume 21;Issue 01
Abstract: the sangihe islands,indonesia, are a volcanic arc that encompasses at leats four biogeographic subregions, each one of which requires subregionspecific conservations management. whitten (2006) recently reported the good news that the cerulean paradise-flycatcher, which graced the first cover of convervations biology and had been considered extinct (whittent et al. 1982),has been rediscovered and is living in a protection forest of 940 ha of mixed primary and old secondry forest on the steep flanks of an extinct volcano of sangihe island, here, we supplement the excellent point made by whitten about the seriousness of the theat in the sangihe island chain with recent findings from others islands and from theatened primates
ISSN: 888-889-2
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