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Temporal changes in diversity and similarity of bird communities of three forest fragments in an urban environment in Peninsular Malaysia

Temporal changes in diversity and similarity of bird communities of three forest fragments in an urban environment in Peninsular Malaysia

Malaysian Journal of Science 23(2): 81-88

A study of changes on diversity and similarity of birds inhabiting three forest fragments around Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was conducted in two sessions, 1991/1992 and 2000/2001. The study areas were Bukit Gasing Forest Reserve (BGF), Taman Seputih Forest (TSF), and a patch of green area next to First Residential College, Universiti Malaya campus (UMF). Birds were recorded either through direct observation or captured by mist-net. Five diversity indices (i.e.

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