There is hardly any visit to Omo forest reserve without encountering Cymothoe egesta (Common yellow glider). This species has been recorded from southern Nigeria. It is common in forest and in secondary growth near forest. It does not adapt well to more severe habitat disturbance (Larsen, 2005). www.twritter/@ugwa_ojonugwa
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