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Structural and functional characteristics of high alpine soil macro-invertebrate communities
Soil macro-invertebrates play an important role in the formation and functioning of soils, which makes them indispensable for all terrestrial ecosystems, including high alpine soils. However, in the latter, knowledge on ...
Life-history traits and physiological limits of the alpine fly Drosophila nigrosparsa (Diptera: Drosophilidae): a comparative study
Interspecific variation in life-history traits and physiological limits can be linked to the environmental conditions species experience, including climatic conditions. As alpine environments are particularly vulnerable ...
Bericht über das vierte ÖEG-Insektencamp: Parasitische Ameisen, endemische Käfer und viele weitere Invertebraten aus dem Biosphärenpark Nockberge (Kärnten)
(Entomologica Austriaca, 2018)
Report on the fourth insect camp of the ESA: Parasitic ants, endemic beetles, and many further invertebrates from the Biosphere Reserve Nockberge (Carinthia): The fourth insect camp was organized by the Entomological Society ...
Decline of rare and specialist species across multiple taxonomic groups after grassland intensification and abandonment
Traditionally managed mountain grasslands are declining as a result of abandonment or intensification of management. Based on a common chronosequence approach we investigated species compositions of 16 taxonomic groups on ...