Oromia Region (forest captures)
Basic information
Sample name: Oromia Region (forest captures)

Reference: E. R. Buechley, C. H. Sekercioglu, A. Atickem, G. Gebremichael, J. K. Ndungu, B. A. Mahamued, T. Beyene, T. Mekonnen, and L. Lens. 2015. Importance of Ethiopian shade coffee farms for forest bird conservation. Biological Conservation 188:50-60 [ER 1209]
Country: Ethiopia
State: Kaffa

Coordinate: 7.76° N, 36.29° E
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Geography comments: "Afalo, Abana Buna, and Qacho"
coordinate and elevation are midpoints of values for these three localities stated in the text
Climate and habitat
Habitat: tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest
Substrate: ground surface
MAT: 21.0
MAP: 1854.0
Habitat comments: "moist evergreen Afromontane forest"
MAP is the midpoint of values given for the three sites
MAT is for the Jimma district and is from Bitew et al. (2011, Trop Anim Health Prod)
Life forms: birds
Sites: 3
Sampling methods: quadrat, mist nets
Sample size: 411
Years: 2010 - 2012
Nets or traps: 20
Net or trap nights: 2282
Sampling comments: "Sampling took place during the dry season, from December to February, over a three-year time frame... At each site, we positioned twenty 12 2.5 m nets within a 1 ha area and at least 50 m from any bordering habitat type... net placement approximated a square of 60 m on each side... Each site was sampled at least six times every season, with approximately two weeks between each sampling session. A sampling session consisted of opening the nets half an hour before sunrise and keeping the nets open for six continuous hours"; total effort was 4487 net hours (approximately 748 net days, generally consistent with the other figures)
Sample: 1748
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2015-09-01 19:29:52
Modified: 2018-04-20 19:22:08
Abundance distribution
26 species
4 singletons
total count 411
extrapolated richness: 31.6
Fisher's α: 6.170
geometric series k: 0.8507
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.9143
Shannon's H: 2.6839
Good's u: 0.9903
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.