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Diversity and density of ground-dwelling spiders in Dwesa Nature Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Biodiversity is the source of essential goods and ecological services that constitute the source of life for all; despite this there are still some major gaps in our knowledge of biodiversity. One such gap is that of the ...
The effects of a burrowing, small carnivore guild on the ant (Family Formicidae) assemblages in the Great Fish River Reserve, South Africa: species diversity and abundance.
Terrestrial invertebrate biodiversity is renowned to be a useful biological indicator of change in the status quo of our natural environment. In other words, they have grown to be a useful biological instrument of determining ...
The influence of adjacent land-use on road verges in the Swartland Region, South Africa.
Natural biodiversity is under threat from habitat destruction and fragmentation, partially caused by roads. Road verges provide potential avenues for invasion of alien species, while at the same time offering connectivity ...