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9 years 5 months ago #60 by Peter Finke
The access prob­lem: a ques­tion was cre­ated by Peter Finke
Most local­i­ties where Parosphromenus fish have been found lie rel­a­tively near to a road which allows access. There have been very few “expe­di­tions” into less acces­si­ble regions. But the num­ber of roads is rather lim­ited.
How should we imag­ine the coun­try “beyond the roads”? I should be inter­ested in how you esti­mate the per­cent­age of land with dif­fi­cult access that could still be within the home range of Parosphromenus fish? Is it high up to the present day, or has it fallen to a rel­a­tively low level due to for­est destruc­tion and other kinds of “devel­op­ment”? It’s not a plea for more roads, but a wish to under­stand, only.

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