Abundance And Diversity Of Insect Visitors To Flower Of Moringa Oleifera At
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Abundance And Diversity Of Insect Visitors To Flower Of Moringa Oleifera At Forestry And Environment Arboretum
The field experiment was carried out during flowering seasons of Moringa ofefera from March to May 2015, at the Teaching and Research Forestry Department nursery and arboretum of the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.. All the insects that visited the Moringa o1efera flowers between 7:05am and 5:00pm were observed and collected using sweep net sorted out into their various species preserved with ethanol. The diversity and abundance of the insects were Edso determined. The numbers of insects caught were proportional to their abundance. The result showed that percentage frequency of insects to moringa flower as shown in figure 1 were Scolia dubia 30.2 DownloadViews: 46

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