Contents The Ants of Africa
Map of the forest zone of Ghana
Geography and History - Introduction

Showing the sampling sites of Belshaw & Bolton (1994b) and the area within which Room (1971) and most other researchers into ant biology in Ghana have worked (click area).

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Key: Forest-types - DS Dry semi-deciduous; MS Moist semi-deciduous; ME Moist evergreen; WE Wet evergreen. Survey area of Room (1971)

Sites surveyed by Belshaw in 1991-92

a Sui River Forest Reserve, primary forest
b Mabang, secondary forest
c Tinte Bepo Forest Reserve, primary forest
d Mankrang Forest Reserve, primary forest
e Poaso, cocoa
f near Ofinso, cocoa
g Jachie, sacred grove, primary forest
h Effiduase, cocoa
i Bobiri, primary forest, primary forest (mature trees only) and secondary forest
j Juaso, secondary forest x 2, cocoa
k Southern Scarp Forest Reserve
l Kade, primary forest, secondary forest and cocoa
m Esukawkaw Forest Reserve, primary forest
n Nkawanda (near Nkawkaw), roadside secondary forest
o Atewa Forest Reserve, primary forest, 4 sites
p Asiakwa, cocoa
q Bunso, Crops Research Institute arboretum, primary forest, secondary forest X 2, and cocoa
r Old Tafo sacred grove, primary forest
s CRIG (New Tafo), secondary forest and cocoa
t Nankasi, cocoa

Contents | Mosaics - Introduction | Mosaics - Ghana - 2 | Mosaics - Ghana - 3 | Mosaics - Ghana - 4 | Mosaics - Ghana - 5 | Mosaics - Ghana - 6

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