Conservation of lemurs in human-dominated landscapes

Barbara Martinez
PhD student

Conservation Biology
University of Minnesota

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Barbara Martinez
University of Minnesota
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
213 Ecology Building
1987 Upper Buford Circle
St. Paul, MN 55108

Research summary:
I study the red-ruffed lemur, Varecia rubra, and white-fronted brown lemur, Eulemur albifrons, in Masoala National Park, Madagascar in areas where subsistence farmers create edge habitat and forest fragments.

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Female red-ruffed lemur (Varecia rubra) with radio collar vocalizing in Masoala National Park.
Photo by Barbara Martinez

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