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Table 6 Total species richness in forests and plantations, the number of shared species, and the proportion of species remaining

From: Systematic review of effects on biodiversity from oil palm production

Authors Year published Taxonomic group Forest species Plantation species Number of shared species Proportion of species remaining
Invertebrates       
Brühl 2001 Ground-dwelling ants 31 23 14 0.45
Chang et al. [27] 1997 Mosquitoes 6 6 6 1.00
Chey [31] 2006 Moths 75 85 28 0.37
Chey [31] 2006 Moths 133 73 28 0.21
Chey [31] 2006 Moths 78 90 11 0.14
Davis & Philips [22] 2005 Dung beetles 25 20 8 0.32
Fayle et al. [42] 2010 Ants (canopy) 120 58 17 0.14
Fayle et al. [42] 2010 Ants (ferns) 36 35 2 0.06
Fayle et al. [42] 2010 Ants (leaf-litter) 216 56 29 0.13
Hashim et al. [41] 2010 Ants 5 7 3 0.60
Hassall et al. [35] 2006 Terrestrial isopods 12 4 0 0.00
Koh & Wilcove [28] 2008 Butterflies 69 15 12 0.17
Room 1975 Ground foraging ants 49 29 11 0.22
Vaessen et al. [33] 2011 Termites 11 6 2 0.18
Mean       0.29
SD       0.26
n       14
95% CI       0.14
Vertebrates       
Aratrakorn et al. [45] 2006 Birds 108 41 21 0.19
Bernard et al. [34] 2009 Non-volant small mammals 6 1 0 0.00
Danielsen & Heegaard 1995 Primates 5 1 0 0.00
Danielsen & Heegaard 1995 Bats 8 1 1 0.13
Fukuda et al. [48] 2009 Bats 19 5 4 0.21
Gillespie et al. [39] 2012 Amphibians 21 12 10 0.48
Glor et al. 2001 Lizards 11 5 4 0.36
Juliani 2010 Bats 9 7 3 0.33
Peh et al. 2005, 2006 Birds 159 40 36 0.23
Azhar et al. [26] 2011 Birds 194 55 49 0.25
Mean       0.22
SD       0.15
n       10
95% CI       0.09