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Community structure of ants in Brunei rain forest

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This thesis examines the patterns in the ground and low-vegetation ant community of primary lowland dipterocarp forest in Brunei, South East Asia.

The first experimental chapter establishes the importance of ants as the numerically dominant taxon of the forest floor litter arthropod community, how many species were found in a hectare of forest, and the probable minimum asymptotic number of species for each of four sampling methods. The amount of small fragments of litter is found t...

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St Cross College
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2022-02-28

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