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Monitoring arthropods in a tropical landscape: relative effects of sampling methods and habitat types on trap catches
To discuss the challenge of monitoring multi-species responses of tropical arthropods to disturbance, we considered a large dataset (4 × 105 individuals; 1,682 morphospecies representing 22 focalExpand
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Choice of metrics for studying arthropod responses to habitat disturbance: one example from Gabon
Abstract.  1 The choice of metrics comparing pristine and disturbed habitats may not be straightforward. We examined the results of a study in Gabon including 21 arthropod focal taxa representing 16Expand
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Influence of Forest Type and Tree Species on Canopy-Dwelling Beetles in Budongo Forest, Uganda1
Beetles were collected on 64 trees of four species (Cynometra alexandri C. H. Wright, Rinorea beniensis (Welwitsch ex Olivier) Kuntze, Teclea nobilis Delile, and Trichilia rubescens Olivier) inExpand
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Influence of forest type and tree species on canopy ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Budongo Forest, Uganda
Abstract. The arboreal ant fauna was investigated in Budongo Forest, a seasonal rain forest in Uganda, using the insecticidal fogging technique. Ants were collected from 61 trees, between 7 and 33 mExpand
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Seasonal changes in the canopy arthropod fauna in Rinorea beniensis in Budongo Forest, Uganda
Arthropods were collected by insecticidal tree fogging on the understorey tree species Rinorea beniensis Engler (Violaceae) in Budongo Forest, a seasonal rain forest in Uganda. Eight trees wereExpand
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Changes in arthropod assemblages along a wide gradient of disturbance in Gabon.
Searching for indicator taxa representative of diverse assemblages, such as arthropods, is an important objective of many conservation studies. We evaluated the impacts of a wide gradient ofExpand
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Influence of Forest Type and Tree Species on Canopy-Dwelling Beetles in Budongo Forest, Uganda1
Beetles were collected on 64 trees of four species (Cynometra alexandri C. H. Wright, Rinorea beniensis (Welwitsch ex Olivier) Kuntze, Teclea nobilis Delile, and Trichilia rubescens Olivier) inExpand
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Relative importance of pasture size and grazing continuity for the long-term conservation of European dung beetles
Abstract Habitat area and continuity are both key issues in conservation biology, for example in the choice and design of areas used as nature reserves. We analyzed how grazing continuity and pastureExpand
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Revision of Bonesioides Laboissière, 1925 (Coleoptera; Chrysomelidae; Galerucinae) from continental Africa
Bonesioides Laboissière, 1925, Galerucinae endemic to Tropical Africa is revised. This group is characterized by the metallic coloration of the entire dorsum or at least parts of it, the prothorax isExpand
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