Ecological Archives A016-020-A2

Örjan Bodin, Maria Tengö, Anna Norman, Jakob Lundberg, and Thomas Elmqvist. 2006. The value of small size: loss of forest patches and thresholds in southern Madagascar. Ecological Applications 16:440–451.

Appendix B. Woody plant species and genera, found in forest patches in Androy, that have fleshy fruits eaten by lemurs and birds.

Species Family Genera Family
Adanzonia za Bombacaceae Canthium sp. Rubiaceae
Boscia longifolia Salvadoraceae Capurodendron sp. Sapotaceae
Cedrelopsis grevei Burseraceae Commiphora sp. Burseraceae
Erythroxylum ferrugineum Erythroxylaceae Croton sp. Euphorbiaceae
Rhus perrieri Anacardiaceae Diospyros sp. Ebenaceaea
Neobeguea mahafalensis Meliaceae Ficus sp. Moraceae
Securinega seyrgii Euphorbiaceae Grewia sp. Tiliaceaea
Tamarindus indica Leguminosae Macphersonia sp. Sapindaceae
Vepris elliotii Rutaceae Opercularia sp. Anacaridiaceae
    Phyllantus sp. Euphorbiaceae
    Salvadora sp. Salvadoraceae
    Strychnos sp. Loganiaceae
    Neotina sp. Sapindaceae
    Terminalia sp. Combretaceae


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