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Efficiency of Malaise traps and colored pan traps for collecting flower visiting insects from three forested ecosystems
Pan and Malaise traps have been used widely to sample insect abundance and diversity, but no studies have compared their performance for sampling pollinators in forested ecosystems. Malaise trapExpand
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Effects of prescribed fire and fire surrogates on floral visiting insects of the blue ridge province in North Carolina
Pollination by insects in forests is an extremely important process that should be conserved. Not only do pollinating insects help to maintain a diversity of plants within forests, but they also aidExpand
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HEAVY METAL AND SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN LIVER TISSUE FROM WILD AMERICAN ALLIGATOR (ALLIGATOR MISSISSIPPIENSIS) LIVERS NEAR CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Liver samples from 33 wild American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) livers from the Charleston, South Carolina, area were analyzed for arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), cobalt (Co), chromium (Cr),Expand
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Terrestrial macroinvertebrates captured with a baited ramp-pitfall trap from five limestone caves in North Alabama and Georgia (USA) and their association with soil organic matter
Abundance and species richness of terrestrial cave invertebrates are not well known but are thought to be constrained by nutrient (food) supplies. A standard sampling procedure for collecting caveExpand
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An Evaluation of the Honey Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) Safety Profile of a New Systemic Insecticide, Flupyradifurone, Under Field Conditions in Florida
Abstract Flupyradifurone (Sivanto) is a novel systemic insecticide from the butenolide class developed by Bayer. Based on available data (USEPA 2014), this insecticide appears to have a favorableExpand
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Effects of Prescribed Fire and Other Plant Community Restoration Treatments on Tree Mortality, Bark Beetles, and Other Saproxylic Coleoptera of Longleaf Pine, Pinus palustris Mill., on the Coastal
Abstract Treatments to restore understory plant communities of mature (50–80-year old) longleaf pine ( Pinus palustris Mill.) and reduce risks of wildfire were applied to 10 ha plots that had aExpand
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Trap Nesting Wasps and Bees in Agriculture: A Comparison of Sown Wildflower and Fallow Plots in Florida
Wildflower strip plantings in intensive agricultural systems have become a widespread tool for promoting pollination services and biological conservation because of their use by wasps and bees. ManyExpand
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Distribution and Status of Uncommon Mammals in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
Abstract Knowledge of species distribution is fundamental to conservation and management efforts. Unfortunately, distribution of many mammal species in the southeastern United States, includingExpand
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Effects of prescribed fire and fire surrogates on Saproxylic coleoptera in the Southern Appalachians of North Carolina
We examined the effects of forest management practices (prescribed burning, mechanical, and prescribed burn plus mechanical) on saproxylic forest Coleoptera in the southern Appalachian Mountains ofExpand
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