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ANNUAL DIFFERENCES AND SPECIES TURNOVER IN PEAT BOG SPIDER COMMUNITIES
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Five species recorded during the investigation are new to the spider fauna of Lithuania, and only a few species typical of other habitats were found to be permanently abundant in peat bogs. Expand
EARLY SUCCESSION OF A BOREAL SPIDER COMMUNITY AFTER FOREST FIRE
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The spider community at the burned site remained clearly different compared to the control during three post-fire summers, primarily caused by the abundance of Gnaphosidae and Lycosidae. Expand
Spider Fauna (Araneae) of the Low Arctic Belcher Islands, Hudson Bay
Thirty-three species of spiders were found on the low arctic Belcher Islands (on Flaherty Island), N.W.T., Canada in southeastern Hudson Bay (about 56 degrees N, 79 degrees W). Eight families wereExpand
GROUND-LIVING SPIDERS, OPILIONIDS, AND PSEUDOSCORPIONS OF PEATLANDS IN QUEBEC 1
Peatlands were studied in temperate, boreal, subarctic, and arctic wetland regions of Quebec, mainly using pitfall traps. Altogether, 169 species of spiders, belonging to 14 families, were collected;Expand
Impacts of elevated CO2 and temperature on the soil fauna of boreal forests
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The results revealed that increasing temperature had only minor effects, and elevated air CO 2 concentration had no effects on most of the decomposer fauna at the study site, and the effect of enclosure has to be taken into account when experiments using closed chambers are performed. Expand
DIVERSITY OF SPIDERS IN BOREAL AND ARCTIC ZONES
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Study of species composition in more than 20 local northern faunas reveals that proportion of Lycosidae species in each local fauna varies in smallest range (7–12 % of all species found) in comparison to other families, which can be used as an indicator group of general species diversity of spiders in local fauna. Expand
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