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The effect of eight common herbicides on the predatory activity of the agrobiont spider Pardosa agrestis
The impact of eight herbicides in different residual stages on the predatory activity of a potential biological control agent, the wolf spider Pardosa agrestis, was studied in the laboratory. WeExpand
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Spiders of Polanská Niva National Nature Reserve
NIEDOBOVA JANA, HULA VLADIMIR. 2014. Spiders of Polanska Niva National Nature Reserve. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis, 62(1): 175–183. Spiders of Polanska nivaExpand
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Sublethal effect of agronomical surfactants on the spider Pardosa agrestis.
In addition to their active ingredients, pesticides contain also additives - surfactants. Use of surfactants has been increasing over the past decade, but their effects on non-target organisms,Expand
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Synergistic effects of glyphosate formulation herbicide and tank-mixing adjuvants on Pardosa spiders.
Glyphosate-based herbicides are the world's most consumed agrochemicals, and they are commonly used in various agroecosystems, including forests, as well as in urban zones and gardens. TheseExpand
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Bringing diversity back to agriculture: Smaller fields and non-crop elements enhance biodiversity in intensively managed arable farmlands
Abstract Agricultural intensification has substantially reduced multi-scale habitat heterogeneity, including increased field size and loss of semi-natural structures, thus resulting in large-scaleExpand
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Effects of glufosinate‐ammonium herbicide and pod sealant on spider Pardosa agrestis
Herbicides based upon glufosinate‐ammonium (GLA) are among the world's most widely used. They also are applied on the most prominent oil crops as desiccants in combination with pod sealants toExpand
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Effect of adjacent steppe-like habitats on spider diversity in vine plants
Spiders are important natural enemies of pests in many agroecosystems. Spiders’ diversity and abundance—and therefore their biological control potential—often increases with the presence of non-cropExpand
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Patterns of functional diversity of two trophic groups after canopy thinning in an abandoned coppice
Coppice abandonment had negative consequences for the biodiversity of forest vegetation and several groups of invertebrates. Most coppicing restoration studies have focused only on a single trophicExpand
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Insufficiency in Distributional Faunistic Data in Synanthropic Spiders: a Case Study of the Occurrence of Brigittea Civica (Araneae, Dictynidae) in South Moravia, Czech Republic
NOVOTNÝ BŘETISLAV, HULA VLADIMÍR, NIEDOBOVÁ JANA. 2017. Insufficiency in Distributional Faunistic Data in Synanthropic Spiders: a Case Study of the Occurrence of Brigittea Civica (Araneae,Expand
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The Adequacy of Some Collecting Techniques for Obtaining Representative Arthropod Sample in Dry Grasslands
NIEDOBOVA JANA, FALTÝNEK FRIC ZDENĚK. 2014. The Adequacy of Some Collecting Techniques for Obtaining Representative Arthropod Sample in Dry Grasslands. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae etExpand
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