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- Gossner, Martin M., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Insect conservation and diversity 2014 v.7 no.6 pp. 533-542
- Abies alba; Fagus sylvatica; Heteroptera; branches; coarse woody debris; felling; field experimentation; forests; fungi; habitats; hosts; insects; threatened species; traps; trees; wood
- ... The availability of dead wood and ability to colonise these ephemeral structures are crucial for sustaining vital populations of saproxylic insects. These insects locate suitable resources mostly visually and via olfactory cues emitted by dead wood and/or wood‐decaying fungi. For the conservation of saproxylic species of Heteroptera, a poorly studied group with a high proportion of threatened spec ...