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Scree habitats: ecological function, species conservation and spatial-temporal variation in the arthropod community
Earlier studies suggested that the Mesovoid Shallow Substratum (MSS), a subterranean network of voids immediately under the soil and scree horizon, might play an important role in the life cycle of… Expand
Assessing preservation priorities of caves and karst areas using the frequency of endemic cave-dwelling species
The Range Expansion of Ovalisia festiva (Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in Eastern Europe and Its Damaging Potential for Cupressaceae
Abstract Ovalisia festiva (Linnaeus, 1767), previously considered a very rare and localised (accidental) species in Eastern Europe (Hungary, Romania), is recorded as a real pest for Cupressaceae in… Expand
THE INFLUENCE OF GEOLOGICAL SUBSTRATE ON THE FAUNAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUPERFICIAL SUBTERRANEAN HABITATS
The Cholevinae of Romania (exclusive of Leptodirini) (Coleoptera, Leiodidae) with special reference to the hypogeal records.
- E. Nitzu
- Biology, Medicine
- 7 March 2013
The first catalogue of the Romanian Cholevinae (excluding Leptodirini) is presented, based on revised and new records. The overall distribution and distribution in Romania are documented for every… Expand
New Data on the Knowledge of Beetle Fauna (Insecta: Coleoptera) in the “Bârnova-Repedea Forest” Site of Community Importance (Rosci 01235, Iaşi, Romania
Abstract 103 coleopteran species, belonging to 11 families were found during our faunal sampling in 2012 in the Bârnova-Repedea Forest site. Out of them Carabus variolosus Fabricius, Lucanus cervus… Expand
The first study on the beetle fauna in the Giumalau spruce primeval forest (Eastern Carpathians, Romania), mainly based on a quantitative analysis of terrestrial and saproxylic species.
A reply to the comment on “Assessing preservation priorities of caves and karst areas using the frequency of endemic cave-dwelling species” by Nitzu et al. (2018), Int. J. Speleol., 47 (1): 43-52
Nitzu E., Meleg I.N. and Giurginca A., 2019. A reply to the comment on “Assessing preservation priorities of caves and karst areas using the frequency of endemic cave-dwelling species” by Nitzu et… Expand