Diversity and Distribution of Amphibian Fauna in the Albertine Rift
The Diversity and Distribution of Amphibian fauna in the Albertine Rift in the great lakes region of Africa is Dr.
Behangana's attempt to put amphibian diversity on the map.
It gives detailed account of amphibian distribution, abundance, endemism and richness in 15 forests for 73 out of 119 species documented in 26 sites of the Albertine Rift for which data has been compiled so far.
Some aspects of amphibian ecology such as physical and biotic factors affecting amphibian distribution, habitat requirements and acoustics are also analysed.
This book was written to give baseline information to herpetologists and other researchers intending do further research on amphibian fauna of the AR, for managers and other conservationists interested in knowing the current status of amphibians in the Albertine Rift.
Behangana is Uganda’s leading herpetologist.
He holds a PhD in Environment and Natural Resources, an M.Sc.
in Zoology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (P.G.D.E.) and B.Sc.
(Hons) in Zoology - from Makerere University.
He has over 20 years experience in biodiversity research and monitoring.
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