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Spider community responses to Chromolaena odorata invasion, grassland type and grazing intensities
Biological indicators measure components of the biota and are used to give general information about complex ecosystems in which they occur, playing key roles in conservation planning and management. This study illustrates ...
Avifaunal responses to environmental conditions and land-use changes in South Africa: diversity, composition and body size
In macroecology, body sizes in assemblages have traditionally been investigated from two perspectives: body size frequency distributions (BSFDs) and geographic variation in body size. Neither of these has been investigated ...
The role of hydrocarbons in nestmate recognition of the Invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile (Mayr)
Argentine ant behvaiour and chemical communication signals.
Arthropod assemblages in a savanna invaded by Opuntia stricta (Cactaceae) in the Kruger National Park, South Africa
Invasive alien species are considered the second greatest threat to global biodiversity after habitat loss. South Africa is not immune from such threats and it is estimated that 10 million ha (8.28 %) of land has been ...