Ant diversity in a Peninsular Malaysian mangrove forest and oil palm plantation

Nor Rasidah Hashim, Wan Faridah Akmal Wan Jusoh & Mohd Nassrul Safre Mohd Nasir
In Malaysia, it is a common practice to convert mangrove forests into agricultural plantations, especially oil palm. For this to happen, mangroves are drained and pesticides and fertilizers are often used to encourage healthy growth and yield of the oil palms, impacting biodiversity there and nearby. Mangroves are challenging habitats and certain mangrove ants, such as the Australian species Camponotus anderseni, show a high degree of adaptation to them.
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