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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 ofExpand
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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 inExpand
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The Cholevinae of Romania (exclusive of Leptodirini) (Coleoptera, Leiodidae) with special reference to the hypogeal records.
  • E. Nitzu
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zootaxa
  • 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 everyExpand
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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 cervusExpand
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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 etExpand