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T.G. O'Connor Termite mounds as browsing hotspots: an exception to the rule Journal of Vegetation Science 24

Version of Record online: 24 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12032

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Termite mounds in African savannahs, browsing hot-spots for mammals owing to their soil fertility, normally support palatable species. However, Van der Plas et al. (this issue) describe an area where the matrix soil is nutrient-rich, so the mounds are no more fertile than the matrix and support tree species that are unpalatable.

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