Study on the Vegetation Types of the Nycticebus pygmaeus Habitats at Daweishan Nature Reserve in Pingbian
Abstract: On the basis of community interviews and wild quantity investigation in the night to Nycticebus pygmaeuses, we surveyed the current distribution and quantity situation of N. pygmaeus at the Daweishan Nature Reserves in Pingbian during the following three periods: February 6-27, 2009, October 1-24, 2009 and April 20-25, 2010, and the total 10 areas were study. The results showed that Anacardiaceae, Rosaceae and Fagaceae were dominant families in the feeding habitat. The dominant vegetations were Elaeocarpaceae, Fagaceae and Moraceae which were dominant families in the distribution area. Moreover, the distribution sites and quantity results suggested that the pygmy lorises were mainly distributed in the lower elevation areas, including Jiwo, Shitouzhai, Gantian, Tianxin, Nuomi, Huoshan, Maweichong, Dujia and Bimayi villages. The quantity was rare and only 2 entities were found personally at Dujia village’ forest.
文章引用: 高文荣 , 蔡金红 , 朱万龙 (2014) 屏边大围山自然保护区倭蜂猴(Nycticebus pygmaeus)栖息地植被特征的研究。 生物过程， 4， 44-51. doi: 10.12677/BP.2014.43006
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