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INFLUENCE OF GRAZING BY LARGE MAMMALS ON THE SPIDER COMMUNITY OF A KENYAN SAVANNA BIOME
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Spider communities were found to be an indicator of the activity of mammals and could be used as indicators of land use changes and for bio-monitoring. Expand
Population Incidence And The Control Of Maize Stalk-Borers Chilo Partellus (Swinh.), C. Orichalcociliellus Strand and Sesamia Calamistis HMPS, in Coast Province, Kenya
Three years work at Mtwapa Research Station summarises the fluctuation of Chilo spp. and Sesamia spp. Chilo partellus has been been shown to be just as important as C. orichalcociliellus nearer theExpand
Land-snail faunas of afromontane forests of Mount Kenya, Kenya: ecology, diversity and distribution patterns
Aims To (1) describe the distribution patterns of land-snails occurring in afromontane forest habitats on Mount Kenya, in relation to elevation and aspect; (2) explore the relations between theExpand
Diversity of African forest mollusc faunas: what we have learned since Solem (1984)
We report on studies in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and South Africa over the past 22 years that have yielded estimates of land-snail diversity in the main forest types occurring in East and easternExpand
East African pholcid spiders: an overview, with descriptions of eight new species (Araneae, Pholcidae)
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Crossopriza johncloudsleyi Deeleman-Reinhold & van Harten, 2001, previously only known from Yemen, is redescribed based on specimens from Kenya, and additional new records are given for 21 previously described species. Expand
THE FIRST GALLIENIELLIDAE (ARANEAE) FROM EASTERN AFRICA
Abstract Toxoniella, a new genus of Gallieniellidae is described from forest remnants on the Taita Hills in Kenya. The genus is characterized by legs with well developed spination, the male palp withExpand
Environmental Communication: A Review of Information Sources and Communication Channels for Enhanced Community-Based Natural Resource Management in the Greater Mara Region of Kenya
The Mara-Serengeti is an ecosystem of immense importance to both Kenya and Tanzania, contributing significantly to the economies of both countries and forming a rich biodiversity reservoir. ThisExpand
Spiders ( Arachnida : Araneae ) from black cotton soil habitats of a highland savanna biome in Laikipia , central Kenya
WARUI, C. M., VILLET, M. H. AND YOUNG, T. P. 2004. Spiders (Araneae) from black cotton soil habitats of a highland savanna in Laikipia, central Kenya. J. Afrotrop. Zool. 1: xx-xx. Spiders wereExpand
Consequences of integrating livestock and wildlife in an African savanna
Globally, most wildlife lives outside of protected areas, creating potential conflicts between the needs of wildlife and the needs of humans. East African savannas epitomize this challenge, providingExpand
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