Local Ecological Knowledge On Palaemon Shrimps In River Nun Estuary, Niger Delta
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Local Ecological Knowledge On Palaemon Shrimps In River Nun Estuary, Niger Delta
Local ecological knowledge of shrimpers operating along the River Nun Estuary was assessed between Septembers 2013and March 2014. A total of 390 shrimpers are operate in the study area shrimpers out of which 221 were selected as informants based on 10 years of experience and above. Knowledge of the informants was recorded through the application of semi-structured interviews with the aim of investigating the local ecological knowledge of expert shrimpers in respect to morphology, distribution, feeding, reproduction and conservation of the Palemon shrimp. Through the analysis of shrimper’s local ecological knowledge, several aspects of the life history of the shrimp were registerDownloadViews: 75

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