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Herpetofauna under threat: A study of Kogyae Strict Nature Reserve, Ghana
The herpetofaunal species in Ghana are under serious threat from habitat loss and degradation, global climate change, disease and parasitism, introduced invasive species and unsustainable use. TheExpand
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The secondary impact of mining on primates and other medium to large mammals in forest reserves in southwestern Ghana
Abstract The upsurge of mining in Africa promises substantial economic development opportunities, but poses serious threats to the continent’s natural environment and rich biodiversity. We assessedExpand
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A conservation assessment of the herpetofauna of a moist semi-deciduous forest in Ghana
A conservation assessment of amphibians and reptiles was undertaken in the Gyemera Forest Reserve (GFR) and Gyeni River Forest Reserve (GRFR) in the Moist Semi-deciduous forests of the Amansie WestExpand
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ASPECTS OF THE ECOLOGY OF THE TULLBERG'S SOFT-FURRED MOUSE (PRAOMYS TULLBERGI: THOMAS 1894) IN MOUNT AFADJATO, GHANA
The relative abundance, age-structure, sex-ratio, biomass and breeding activity of Praomys tullbergi (Tullberg’s soft-furred mouse) were studied over an eight-month period (June 2008 to January 2009)Expand
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