a the local topography, road network, local towns and hydrology and b land–used types (the 2km-wide study area is delineated by solid lines) in and around Maduru-Oya National Park.

  Part of: Edirisinghe G, Surasinghe T, Gabadage D, Botejue M, Perera K, Madawala M, Weerakoon D, Karunarathna S (2018) Chiropteran diversity in the peripheral areas of the Maduru-Oya National Park in Sri Lanka: insights for conservation and management. ZooKeys 784: 139-162. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.784.25562