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Abstract

DETERMINATION OF SMALL WILD MAMMALS IN PREFECTURES OF DINGUIRAYE AND SIGUIRI

*M. Camara, A. B. Camara, K. Bamba, M. Sylla and C. Camara

ABSTRACT

Small mammals are a faunal group whose distribution of species is still relatively unknown in Guinea. Yet they are very abundant and diverse. The mammalological inventory would benefit from being completed by looking at several faunal groups not yet inventoried or incompletely determined. The objective of this determination was to identify small wild mammals found in the prefectural territories. This work was carried out in December 2017, which coincides with the dry season and the breeding season of most rodents, in order to better characterize the biodiversity of rodents, shrews and chiroptera in the prefectures of Dinguiraye and Siguiri. After trapping, morphometric and biometric analyses made it possible to know the different individuals. A total of 158 individuals belonging to 17 species were collected, including 69 individuals in Dinguiraye and 89 individuals in Siguiri. Highly variable trapping yields were observed between 4,49 and 13,33 per cent; the highest yield was obtained in the locality of Siguirini with 16,85 p.100 for a relative frequency of 22,15 p.100 followed by Selouma, Lansanaya and Sikoro with respectively 21,52 p.100 and 17,09 p.100 for the last two. For ecological habitats, human dwellings showed a frequency of 38 per cent followed by forests 30 per cent. Beyond this study, habitat-species links need to be defined and more accurate distribution maps. It should be noted that during this inventory Mastomys natalensis (27,21%) and Mastomys erythroleucus (24,68%) are more frequently encountered in all localities.

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