Variation In Bee Abundance And Diversity Across Subzones In The Forest Savannah
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Variation In Bee Abundance And Diversity Across Subzones In The Forest Savannah Transition Zone Of Ghana
Wild and managed pollinators including bees contribute to food security, biodiversity conservation and ecosystem stability. Across different landscapes, plant abundance and diversity change. Bee distributions may vary spatially in relation to differences in phenology. This study was carried out to identify the bee fauna in the Forest-Savannah Transition Zone (FSTZ) of Ghana and determine the variation of bee abundance and diversity among regions with different tree to grass proportions. The study area was divided into upper, middle and lower FSTZs (herein referred to as subzones) on the basis of the proportion of trees relative to grasses. Three landscapes types, namely agriculturaDownloadViews: 112

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