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Nick Haddad


Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project

Forest fragmentation and butterfly diversity

In collaboration with researchers from the Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project (BDFFP), Allison Leidner and Nick Haddad are studying long term effects of habitat fragmention on butterfly communities.  Working in the world's largest forest fragmentation project, we are working with a 10-yr record of butterfly diversity collected by Roger Hutchings, Keith Brown, and others in the Brazillian fragments.  We are styding the effects of fragment area on trends and variability in butterfly diversity.
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