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Substrate requirements of red-listed saproxylic invertebrates in Sweden
To evaluate which qualities of dead wood have the highest conservational value for invertebrates, substrate requirements were recorded for all 542 saproxylic (wood-living) red-listed invertebrates inExpand
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Threatened Plant, Animal, and Fungus Species in Swedish Forests: Distribution and Habitat Associations
Swedish forestry is among the most technically developed in the world; a large part of all forest is used for commercial forestry, which has had a large impact on the structure and function of forestExpand
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Ips typographus population development after a severe storm in a nature reserve in southern Sweden
Large‐scale natural disturbances pose challenges for the management of protected areas and may have undesirable consequences for commercial plantations nearby. A storm, which felled nearly 10 000 m3Expand
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Attacks by bark- and wood-boring Coleoptera on mechanically created high stumps of Norway spruce in the two years following cutting
Abstract Attacks of bark- and wood-boring beetles on mechanically created high stumps of Norway spruce, Picea abies L. (Karst.), were studied in the provinces of Dalarna (Grangarde area) and UpplandExpand
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How climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies can threaten or enhance the biodiversity of production forests: Insights from Sweden
Abstract Anthropogenic climate change is altering the management of production forests. These changes are motivated by the need to adapt to the uncertainties and risks of climate change, and by theExpand
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Conservation goals and the relative importance of costs and benefits in reserve selection.
Including both economic costs and biological benefits of sites in systematic reserve selection greatly increases cost-efficiency. Nevertheless, limited funding generally forces conservation plannersExpand
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Population levels of bark beetles and associated insects in managed and unmanaged spruce stands
Abstract Relative population levels of the spruce bark beetle, Ips typographus (L.) (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) and associated insects were estimated in 12 spruce stands in central Sweden. Spruce boltsExpand
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The influence of natural enemies on brood production inIps typographus (Col. scolytidae) with special reference to egg-laying and predation byThanasimus formicarius (Col.: Cleridae)
The predatorThanasimus formicarius (L.) (Coleoptera, Cleridae) and its preyIps typographus (L.) (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) were studied in the laboratory and the field.In the laboratory, 11T.Expand
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Plant species richness in managed boreal forests - effects of stand succession and thinning.
Abstract Disturbance is a key factor affecting plant species richness and it has been hypothesized that species richness reaches a peak some time after disturbance occurs. Managed boreal forests areExpand
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Interactions between the phloem-feeding speciesTomicus piniperda (Col.: Scolytidae) andAcanthocinus aedilis (Col.: Cerambycidae), and the predatorThanasimus formicarius (Col.: Cleridae) with special
AbstractInteractions betweenTomicus piniperda (L.) (Col.: Scolytidae),Acanthocinus aedilis (L.) (Col.: Cerambycidae) andThanasimus formicarius (L.) (Col.: Cleridae) were investigated in caged pineExpand
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