Termitaria as browsing hotspots for African megaherbivores in miombo woodland

@inproceedings{Loveridge2004TermitariaAB,
  title={Termitaria as browsing hotspots for African megaherbivores in miombo woodland},
  author={John P. Loveridge and Stein R Moe},
  year={2004}
}
Thirteen termite mounds and 13 similar-sized control plots were surveyed in central Zimbabwe in order to study large mammalian browsing and vegetation characteristics. The mounds supported almost twice as many tree species as the control plots and the woody vegetation was denser on mounds compared with the woodland plots. Species of woody plants were recorded along with the percentage of branches browsed (cumulative browsing score) by black rhino, Diceros bicornis, elephant, Loxodonta africana… CONTINUE READING
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