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Saproxylic beetle assemblages of old Holm-oak trees in the Mediterranean region : role of a keystone structure in a changing heterogeneous landscape
- Les assemblages de coleopteres saproxyliques des vieux chenes verts en region mediterraneenne: role d'une structure-cle dans un paysage heterogene changeant. - Une etude de la faune saproxylique aExpand
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Coléopteres saproxyliques et valeur biologique des forêts françaises : perspectives pour la conservation du patrimoine naturel
La definition du patrimoine naturel varie suivant les disciplines. La gestion durable des gestionnaires forestiers n'est pas la biologie de la conservation telle que l'entendent les scientifiques. LaExpand
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UPDATING THE TAXONOMY AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE EUROPEAN OSMODERMA, AND STRATEGIES FOR THEIR CONSERVATION (COLEOPTERA, SCARABAEIDAE, CETONIINAE)
Results of a molecular analysis on the European hermit beetles (the Osmoderma eremita species-complex), recently published in a companion paper, are shortly dis- cussed and commented. These resultsExpand
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Current near-to-nature forest management effects on functional trait composition of saproxylic beetles in beech forests.
With the aim of wood production with negligible negative effects on biodiversity and ecosystem processes, a silvicultural practice of selective logging with natural regeneration has been implementedExpand
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Data on molecular taxonomy and genetic diversification of the European Hermit beetles, a species complex of endangered insects (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae, Cetoniinae, Osmoderma)
A molecular analysis was carried out on the European hermit beetles (the Osmoderma eremita species complex) to explore their genetic diversification and the robustness of previous morphologicallyExpand
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Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles
Early View (EV): 1-EVfor many species, such as old, dead, or dying trees, are signif-icantly reduced (Whitehouse 2006). This lack of dead-wood resources has been identified as a major weakness of theExpand
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Exploring the last biotic frontier : Are temperate forest canopies special for saproxylic beetles?
Abstract Conserving saproxylic beetles in temperate forests will require a better understanding of habitat requirements. So far, quantitative community studies have rarely considered their verticalExpand
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Sampling saproxylic beetles with window flight traps: methodological insights. Rev Écol (Terre Vie)
Regards methodologiques sur l'echantillonnage des coleopteres saproxyliques au moyen des pieges-vitres. - Les coleopteres saproxyliques constituent un groupe riche en especes, souvent petites etExpand
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Diameter of downed woody debris does matter for saproxylic beetle assemblages in temperate oak and pine forests
Deadwood is widely recognized to be an important issue for biodiversity conservation in forest ecosystems. Establishing guidelines for its management requires a better understanding of relationshipsExpand
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The french information system on saproxylic beetle ecology (FRISBEE) : an ecological and taxonomical database to help with the assessment of forest conservation status
La base de donnees sur l'ecologie des coleopteres saproxyliques (FRISBEE): un outil taxinomique et ecologique pour l'evaluation de l'etat de conservation des forets. - La base de donnees surExpand
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