Quantitative Analysis of a Forest Fragment in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria

Aderopo Akinsoji


A phytosociological analysis of a forest fragment in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria was carried out using point-centred quarter method. 80 trees belonging to 19 species distributed in 12 families were sampled. The more important/dominant species on the basis of Importance Value ranking were Manilkara obovata, Senna siamea and Anogeissus lieocarpus. The dominance of a few species reflected the early successional status of the forest fragment.

Keywords:Nigeria, Olokemeji Forest Reserve, phytosociological analysis

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