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- Michalcewicz, Jakub; Ciach, Michał
- Polskie pismo entomologiczne 2013 v.81 no.4 pp. 311-320
- Fagus sylvatica subsp. sylvatica; Rosalia alpina; Ulmus glabra; adults; biometry; body size; breeding; elytra; females; forest management; forests; habitats; host plants; males; national parks; Poland
- ... .The body size of xylophagous beetles is determined by the host plant species, as well as by the amount and quality of breeding material. Consequently, the biometric traits of adults can be used as an indicator of the attractiveness of the breeding material and the quality of a habitat. The paper presents selected biometric traits of rosalia longicorn Rosalia alpina (L.) imagines in three populati ...
- Gwiazdowicz, Dariusz J.; Gutowski, Jerzy M.
- Polskie pismo entomologiczne 2013 v.81 no.4 pp. 305-310
- insects; Elateridae; Cerambycidae; Mesostigmata; Scolytidae; mites; Erotylidae; detritus; Carabidae; forests
- ... Nine species of phoretic mesostigmatid mites are recorded on twelve species of beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Cerambycidae, Elateridae, Erotylidae, Scolytinae). The most numerous species of insects on which mites were found were Carabus granulatus (91 specimens of mites) and Plagionotus detritus (67). The most numerous mites were Iphidosoma fimetarium (100 specimens) and Trichouropoda sociata (77 ...