The study aimed at determining the abundance of Hamanumida daedalus; Nymphalidae in North East Sector-Kingupira, in Selous Game Reserve. Transect-quadrat count was used in sampling the Butterflies. The abundance varied significant among transect (P<0.05). The relation between the trees and butterflies abundance was positive correlated (P<0.05). More is still to be discovered ondiscovered on this species in Tanzania and Selous Game Reserve in particular.
Key word; Abundance, Guinea fowl butterfly, Selous Game Reserve, Kingupira
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