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          CN 51-1193/Q
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Diversities and distributions of amphibians and reptiles in Bugen Beaver National Nature Reserve, Xinjiang
Author of the article:WU Bing1, 2, CHU Wenwen2, 3, ZHEN Rong1, 2, DUAN Xiaonan2, 4, FENG Jin2, 4, CHEN Gang2, CHU Hongjun1
Author's Workplace:College of Life Science & Technology, Xinjiang University
Key Words:amphibious; reptiles; diversity; line transects; point counts
Abstract:From July to August in 2015 and April to October in 2016, using fixed-distance sampling method and fixed-radius sampling method, we have investigated diversities and distributions of amphibians and reptiles in Bugen Beaver National Nature Reserve, Xinjiang. Two kinds of survey methods were recorded of the amphibians and reptiles are the same, indicating that the two methods are similar to the amphibian and reptile discoveries of protected areas. The survey found that there were 1 species of amphibians (belonging to 1 family 1 genus) and 8 reptiles (belonging to 5 families and 7 genera). From the species composition and floristic analysis, the amphibians and reptiles Belonging to the palaearctic realm, Central Asia sub-region, mongolia-xinjiang region, northwest desert sub-region and Altai-Bayan card collar area. Population density and distribution showed that Phrynocephalus helioscopus had the highest density in the protected area, and the distribution coefficient (ADC) showed that the Phrynocephalus helioscopus was widely distributed. The status of its resources were evaluated, and proposed protection and management recommendations.
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