Zoogeographical studies of the Tsugitaka Mountains of Formosa, by Tadao Kano. With 12 plates and 27 textfigures

[目次]

  • Zoogeographical Studies of the Tsugitaka Mountains of Formosa* By Tadao KANO
  • Contents
  • Preface / 2
  • Acknowledgement / 3
  • Chapter I Introduction / 5
  • 1. General Aspect of the Mountains / 5
  • 3. List of Terrestrial Vertebrates found in the Mountains / 8
  • Chapter II Considerations from the Viewpoint of Ecological Zoogeography / 18
  • 1. Life Zonations and Habitat Conditions of the Mountains / 18
  • 2. Altitudinal Distribution of Animals in the Mountains / 31
  • 3. Upper Limits of Vertical Distribution in the Various Natural Groups of Animals / 41
  • 4. Species-density of Animals in Relation to Altitude and Zone / 45
  • 5. Amplitude of Vertical Range in the Various Natural Groups of Animals / 48
  • 6. Types of Feeding and Breeding Activities of Animals,with Special Reference to Stratum / 55
  • 7. Types of Animal Communities in the Mountains / 71
  • 8. Animal Communities according to their Zones / 72
  • 9. Composition of Life-forms in each of the Zones,with Special Reference to the Breeding Stratum / 82
  • 10. On the Occurrence of Oncorhynchus masou in the Mountains / 86
  • Chapter III Considerations from the Viewpoint of Faunistic Zoogeography / 91
  • 1. Faunal Elements of the Mountains in Relation to Altitude,and their Vertical Boundary Line / 91
  • 2. Affinities of the Fauna of Formosa to that of the Chinese Continent,taken the Tsugitaka Fauna as Example / 93
  • 3. Dominance of the Sino-Himalayan Element in the Higher Parts of the Mountains / 107
  • 4. Affinities of the Fauna of the Mountains to those of N.W.Fukien and West China,as viewed from the Distribution of the Sino-Himalayan Element / 110
  • 5. Endemism in Natural and Faunistic Groups of Animals in the Mountains / 112
  • 6. Zonal Endemism of the Various Natural Groups of Animals in the Mountains / 113
  • 7. Amplitude of Vertical Range in Faunistic Groups of Animals. / 115
  • Chapter IV Considerations from the Viewpoint of Historical Zoogeography / 118
  • 1. Recent Land Connection between Formosa and the Chinese Continent as viewed from the Terrestrial Vertebrate Fauna / 118
  • 2. Climatic Change,and its Effect on the Distribution of Animals in the Mountains / 120
  • 3. General Considerations on the Genetic history of the Fauna of the Tsugitaka mountains / 122
  • Chapter V Bibliography / 125

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書名 Zoogeographical studies of the Tsugitaka Mountains of Formosa, by Tadao Kano. With 12 plates and 27 textfigures
著作者等 鹿野 忠雄
刊行年月 1940
言語 英語
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