Forest gaps, edge, and interior support different ant communities in a tropical peat-swamp forest in Borneo

Stijn J. J. Schreven, Eric D. Perlett, Benjamin J. M. Jarrett, Nicholas C. Marchant, , Ari Purwanto, & Mark E. Harrison
Southeast Asia’s tropical peat-swamp forests (TPSF) are globally important for carbon storage and biodiversity conservation, but are at risk from multiple threats and urgently require improved management. Ants are often used as ecological indicators in monitoring programmes to guide adaptive management, but data on TPSF ants are scarce. We conducted a twelve-month study on ants in the Sabangau TPSF in Indonesian Borneo using baited traps, to compare community composition across three disturbance categories (forest gaps,...
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