The mainland covers in the study areas are settlements surrounded by Eucalyptus trees, cultivated land, grassland, woodland, and shrub/bushland. It also includes evergreens and semievergreens, small trees, and occasionally larger trees. Besides, there are a few scattered trees such as Acacia sp., Cordia africana, and Croton macrostachyus in the farmlands, whereas Eucalyptus camaldulensis is grown around the homestead [9].

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