• In Haiti, pollinating insects find refuge in urban green spaces of Port-au-Prince

    On the island of Hispaniola, the biodiversity of Haiti faces consequent anthropogenic constraints. Deforestation, which unfortunately continues today, is such that the country has lost more than 99% of its primary forests. However, other types of vegetation exist in Haiti. In particular, urban green spaces form a mosaic of potential habitats for many species, including pollinating insects.

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