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The Macrolepidoptera fauna of Acacia in the Kenyan Rift Valley (Part 1).

@inproceedings{Agassiz2009TheMF,
  title={The Macrolepidoptera fauna of Acacia in the Kenyan Rift Valley (Part 1).},
  author={D. Agassiz and D. M. Harper},
  year={2009}
}
  • D. Agassiz, D. M. Harper
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • Acacia (s.l.) spp. are the dominant natural woody plants in the Kenyan Rift Valley, the exact species depending upon the altitude and water table. Lakes, in particular, support relatively thick fringing woodland, from which Lepidoptera have been collected, reared and identified. The significance of Acacia woodlands for biodiversity is discussed. 
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