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An area of vegetation that has a uniform structure and composition, and differs from the surrounding vegetation. Watson (2002) J. Biogeog. 29, 5–6 distinguishes between fragments—remnants of a previously widespread habitat—and islands, which have always been restricted and isolated in their spatial extent.

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