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作者:Magura, Tibor , Tóthmérész, Bela
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37132Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Habitat edges are increasingly important worldwide because of forest fragmentation and the loss of natural habitats. Reduction in habitat area, increased isolation of fragments are considered to be the primary cause of species decline and extinction in fragmented landscapes....
作者:Kędzior, Renata , Skalski, Tomasz
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37207Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Environmental disturbances, being a consequence of human industrial activity, strongly influence the communities of plants and animals, causing impoverishment of species pool and reduction of the overall biodiversity. Restoration of stable ecological systems in such areas is diff...
作者:Müller-Kroehling, Stefan , Jantsch, Matthias
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37427Pensoft 出版社
摘要:We studied the effects of global warming and rising temperatures on the ground beetle fauna of Bavarian beech forests using the space for time approach (false time series), and did so in two projects, at two geographical scales: firstly, a Bavarian-wide gradient of 50 plots ...
作者:Kavanaugh, David , Maddison, David , Simison, Brian ...
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37156Pensoft 出版社
摘要:To explore phylogenetic relationships among members of the carabid supertribe Nebriitae, we sampled DNA fragments extracted from adults of 244 nebriite species-group taxa, representing about 25% of known species-group taxa and 93% (38 of 41) of the currently accepted nebriit...
作者:Shibuya, Sonomi
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37064Pensoft 出版社
摘要:We studied flight ability, feeding habits and fecundity in carabids. Based on these traits, we investigated characteristics of five species of Harpalus, Synuchus and Carabus as bioindicators of changing environments.Three species of Harpalus, H. griseus, H. eous and H. tridens, s...
作者:González, Ezequiel , Seidl, Miroslav , Štrobl, Martin ...
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37075Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Non-crop habitats can act as refuge for insects in agricultural landscapes and increase ecosystem services (ESs) in neighboring arable fields. Among the different types of non-crop habitats, field defects are temporary patches where sown plants are poorly developed and other plan...
作者:Liebherr, James
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37059Pensoft 出版社
摘要:The Hawaiian Archipelago is the most isolated oceanic island system in the World, separated from the nearest source areas by more than 4000 km. Five independent colonization events have resulted in diversification of a native carabid beetle fauna in excess of 400 known speci...
作者:Müller-Kroehling, Stefan , Hohmann, Georg , Burmeister, Johannes ...
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37429Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Because of their monoculture and even-aged plantation character, often highly mechanized harvesting methods and very short rotation cycles for a woody plant crop, the functions of short rotation coppices (SRC) with regard to biodiversity are often thought to be limited. The surpr...
作者:Gomez, Antonio , Maddison, David
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37158Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Some sperm traits are now recognized as ornaments akin to peacock’s tails evolving under cryptic female choice or weapons in sexual conflicts, but there are still few studies addressing patterns and process in sperm-female evolution. We are studying sperm-female evolution in...
作者:Valle, Barbara , Ambrosini, Roberto , Caccianiga, Marco ...
来源:[J].ARPHA Conference Abstracts, 2019, Vol.2, pp.e37074Pensoft 出版社
摘要:Nebria germari (Coleoptera: Carabidae) is a cold-adapted species currently restricted to high altitude habitats of the Eastern Alps and exhibits fragmented distribution patterns suggesting refugial occurrence. It is a brachypterous species (thus with low dispersal ability) a...

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