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Disentangling the effects of farmland use, habitat edges, and vegetation structure on ground beetle morphological traits
Land-use change due to agriculture has a major influence on arthropod biodiversity, and may influence species differently depending on their traits. It is unclear how species traits vary across different land uses and their edges, with most studies focussing on single habitat types and overlooking edge effects. We examined variation in morphologica... morel traits of carabid beetles (Coleoptera:Carabidae) on both sides of edges between woodlands and four adjoining, but contrasting farmland uses in an agricultural landscape. less
Conservation and Biodiversity
Wildlife and Habitat Management
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Ng, Katherina; Barton, Philip; Blanchard, Wade; Evans, Maldwyn John; Lindenmayer, David B; Macfadyen, Sarina; McIntyre, Sue; Driscoll, Don A (2018): Disentangling the effects of farmland use, habitat edges, and vegetation structure on ground beetle morphological traits. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
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Maldwyn John Evans
David B Lindenmayer
Don A Driscoll
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