gallery forest


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gallery forest

[′gal·rē ‚fär·əst]
(forestry)
A forest occurring on both banks of a river in a region that is otherwise treeless.
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Use of vertical space by small mammals in gallery forest and woodland savannah in south-western Brazil.
Tree Communities of Gallery Forests of the IBGE Ecological Reserve, Distrito Federal, Brazil.
The study was conducted in a gallery forest in the savannah of the Parque Estadual do Mirador within the limits of the municipality of Formosa da Serra Negra (6[degrees] 37' 56.
The traps in both the savanna and the gallery forest were visited and the bait changed every 48 h.
The aim of this study was to identify the Hemerobiidae species associated to Brazilian savannah and gallery forest in the Midwest Region of the Minas Gerais State (MG), Brazil.
Callicebus torquatus generally shows low densities for sites 4, 6, 7 and high densities in the gallery forest of El Tuparro.
Bush and Van Auken (1984) reported similar relationships for a gallery forest on terraces of the San Antonio River, although they encountered some species of trees that were not present in the forest along the Bosque River.
sitchensis) swamps, and gallery forests of ash and cottonwood (Populus balsamifera ssp.
We can't prove it but it's probably important because in that case, primates had to live near closed environments like gallery forest," the BBC quoted him as saying.
A 14,000-hectare protected safari park, Lekedi Reserve, was mapped out across territory with a range of habitats, including savannah, gallery forest and dense primary and secondary tropical forest, as well as rivers, lakes and mangroves that provide habitat for a range of indigenous West African wildlife, including western lowland gorillas, chimpanzees, leopards, duikers, buffalo and 150 species of bird.
White-footed mice, the most abundant species captured, initially exhibited a strong positive response to increasing proportions of woody cover, but decreased in abundance in closed-canopy deciduous gallery forest.