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Table 2 Landscape metrics for each of the five sites in the Capivari-Monos EPA

From: Effects of anthropogenic landscape changes on the abundance and acrodendrophily of Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii, the main vector of malaria parasites in the Atlantic Forest in Brazil

  Site Proportion of forest cover Proportion of anthropogenic use Number of forest fragments Total edge length (km)
1 km buffer Embura village 0.617 0.375 7 26.627
Marsilac village 0.634 0.366 13 25.516
Transition zone 0.709 0.291 12 27.948
Cachoeira do Marsilac 0.920 0.064 1 17.375
Evangelista de Souza 0.915 0.080 7 20.545
500 m buffer Embura village 0.596 0.404 4 7.515
Marsilac village 0.532 0.468 6 7.644
Transition zone 0.531 0.469 5 5.940
Cachoeira do Marsilac 0.883 0.117 1 6.208
Evangelista de Souza 0.988 0.011 3 4.534
  1. The data were obtained for 500 m and 1 km buffers around the collection sites