These transformed habitats range from the traditional home gardens that retain a significant component of endemic species to intensively cultivated cash crops where native snails may be completely absent and high densities of exotic species occur.
This work was carried out jointly with Richard Preece at the University Museum of Zoology Cambridge and in collaboration with the Termite Research Group and Soil Biodiversity Programme at the Natural History Museum, led by Paul Eggleton.
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A considerable amount of effort has since been expended on scanning the primary literature for inclusion in a future edition.
The status of some of the taxa is being revised and some fifty new species and several new genera need to be added.
These included the origin of the fauna, its history, current threats, particularly the impact of forest loss and fragmentation, conservation strategy and future prospects.
The ecological investigations focus on the impact of rainforest fragmentation and the importance of different types of human transformed habitats as reservoirs of native species.
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