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The development of epigeic fauna in new hedges : a comparison of spatial and temporal trends
Abstract The colonisation of a linear sequence of nine young hedge plantations (each 400 m 2 ) within an intensely cultivated landscape about 30 km to the west of Bonn has been studied to compareExpand
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Investigations on the ecology of Laemostenus terricola (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in an agricultural landscape
A large population of the cavernicolous species Laemostenus terricola (Herbst) living in an old hedge habitat within an intensively cultivated landscape about 30 km to the west of Bonn was studiedExpand
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Terrestrial model food chain and environmental chemicals. I. Transfer of sodium [14C]pentachlorophenate between springtails and carabids.
A model soil food chain of a ruderal ecosystem has been constructed in order to study the uptake, transfer, and accumulation of [14C]pentachlorophenate (PCP-Na). The model was based on three foodExpand
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Dispersal of carabid species along a linear sequence of young hedge plantations
Nine years’ pitfall samples taken along a linear sequence of hedge plantations — interconnected by meadow strips and attached to an old seminatural habitat complex — were analysed with regard ofExpand
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Environmental fate and distribution of sodium [14C] pentachlorophenate in a section of urban wasteland ecosystem.
An urban terrestrial microecosystem has been used under outdoor conditions to study the transfer of chemical residues within the system components. The microecosystem consisted of soil monolithsExpand
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Pentachlorophenol - A Wood Preservative - Its Distribution in an Invertebrate Food Chain
A model soil food chain of a ruderal ecosystem has been constructed in order to study the uptake, transfer, and accumulation of 14C-Pentachlorophenate (PCP-Na). The model was based on three foodExpand