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The role of bats as biodiversity indicator species in sustainable, biodiversity- friendly urban planning: A case study of Lilongwe Malawi

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The role of bats as biodiversity indicator species in sustainable, biodiversity- friendly urban planning: A case study of Lilongwe Malawi

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Bats, which form one of the most diverse groups of mammals remaining in urban areas, have a huge role to play in integrating biodiversity and ecosystem services into city planning processes and decisions. More specifically, this case study highlights the role that bats can play in sustainable, biodiversity-friendly urban planning, using Lilongwe as a case study.

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