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題名:Predictive Distribution of Hynobiid Salamanders in Taiwan    
臺灣山椒魚的分布預測
著者:Pei-Fen Lee(李培芬) ;Kuang-Yang Lue(呂光洋) ;Shan-Huah Wu(吳姍樺)
出版地區:台灣
出版城市:台北市
學科:生命科學 ; 醫學綜合
關鍵字:Hynobius ; Conservation ; GIS ; Discriminant function analysis
刊名:Zoological Studies 
頁碼:244-254
語言:英語
摘要: 英文摘要PDF

The distribution patterns of hynobiid salamanders in Taiwan, based on species and species complex, i.e., Hynobius arisanensis, the H. formosanus-sonani complex, and Hynobius sp. 1 (an undescribed species), were studied using a wildlife distribution database and an environmental factor database with univariate statistics and discriminant function analysis (DFA). The distribution maps suggested that these salamanders are restricted to certain regions and show distribution patterns distinct from each other. The H. arisanensis population has the largest range of distribution, while the H. formosanus-sonani complex was only found in the southwestern corner of Taroko National Park (in the Hehuanshan area) and in the center of Yushan National Park. Distributions of H. arisanensis and the H. formosanus-sonani complex overlapped in the center of Yushan National Park. Additionally, Hynobius sp. 1 was only found in the northern part of the range of the H. formosanus-sonani complex, mostly localized in the Shei-pa and Taroko National Park regions. Although both H. arisanensis and Hynobius sp. 1 are found in Shei-pa National Park, they show differences in microhabitat use with each other. The only overlapping site of these 2 species is located in the Hehuanshan region. The predictive DFA model has 82% classification accuracy with 5 predictive variables, including total precipitation in the dry period (Oct.-Mar.), and proximity to major roads, the coastline, rivers, and areas above 3000 m. We applied the classification rules to predict the potential distributions of salamanders in Taiwan and discussed the viability of the salamanders with respect to their population distributions and conservation.


    

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Zoological Studies 
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