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- Krah, Franz-Sebastian, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Fungal ecology 2019 v.39 pp. 100-108
- Coleoptera; animals; community structure; dead wood; ecosystems; environmental factors; fungal communities; habitat preferences; habitats; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; insect communities; mutualism; mycorrhizal fungi; spores; wind; wood degradation
- ... Spore characteristics of wood-inhabiting fungi suggest that wind is their predominant dispersal vector. However, since they are restricted to ephemeral habitats, colonizing new patches should benefit from dispersal by animals with similar habitat preferences because the directed, resource-searching movement of animals increases the likelihood of reaching suitable habitats. Here we determine which ...
- Krah, Franz-Sebastian, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- European journal of forest research 2017 v.136 no.2 pp. 357-373
- Coleoptera; Picea; bark beetles; canopy; chronosequences; dieback; forest stands; forest succession; forests; functional diversity; fungi; landscapes; national parks; spatial variation; species diversity; stand structure; trees; vascular plants; Germany
- ... Following disturbances, early-seral stages of forests provide a variety of structures. Whether this variety is a short-term phenomenon or influences forest succession for several decades or even longer is not known. We tested the hypotheses that after spruce dieback caused by bark beetles, a high spatial heterogeneity of stand structures will persist within stands and among stands even in advanced ...