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Zoological Research
Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
ISSN: 2095-8137
Vol. 38, No. 5, 2017, pp. 264-280
Bioline Code: zr17036
Full paper language: English
Document type: Research Article
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Zoological Research, Vol. 38, No. 5, 2017, pp. 264-280

 zh 缅北鸟类多样性及保护对策建议
Zhang, Ming-Xia; Kyaw, Myint; Li, Guo-Gang; Zhao, Jiang-Bo; Zeng, Xiang-Le; Swa, Kyaw & Quan, Rui-Chang


我们在2015-2017年间,在缅甸北部的葡萄地区开展了四次鸟类多样性调查,结合2012-2015年零散收集的信息,总共记录到319种鸟类,其中包括两个缅甸新记录:红胸山鹧鸪和楔尾伯劳( Arborophila mandellii check for this species in other resources and Lanius sphenocercus check for this species in other resources )。在记录到的鸟类中,数量最多的是鹎类(Pycnonotidae),鹛类(Timaliidae),鸠鸽类(Columbidae),雉鸡和鹧鸪类(Phasianidae)等。海拔1500米以下的鸟类多样性,要高于高海拔地带。基于这一结果,我们建议把现有的两个保护地的边界扩展到低海拔地带,以覆盖当前的保护间隙。


鸟类; Hponkan Razi; Hkakabo Razi; 调查; 保护; 缅甸

 
 en Bird diversity in northern Myanmar and conservation implications
Zhang, Ming-Xia; Kyaw, Myint; Li, Guo-Gang; Zhao, Jiang-Bo; Zeng, Xiang-Le; Swa, Kyaw & Quan, Rui-Chang

Abstract

We conducted four bird biodiversity surveys in the Putao area of northern Myanmar from 2015 to 2017. Combined with anecdotal information collected between 2012 and 2015, we recorded 319 bird species, including two species ( Arborophila mandellii check for this species in other resources and Lanius sphenocercus check for this species in other resources ) previously unrecorded in Myanmar. Bulbuls (Pycnonotidae), babblers (Timaliidae), pigeons and doves (Columbidae), and pheasants and partridges (Phasianidae) were the most abundant groups of birds recorded. Species richness below 1 500 m a.s.l. was higher than species richness at higher elevations. Our results suggest that the current protected areas in this region should be expanded to lower elevations to cover critical conservation gaps.

Keywords
Birds; Hponkan Razi; Hkakabo Razi; Surveys; Conservation; Myanmar

 
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