Die ökologische Funktion des Tannenhähers im Zirben-Lärchenwald und an der Waldgrenze des oberengadins

Abstract

The Oberengadin is famous for its larch-cembra-pine forests which cover the slopes up to 2200 m. The nutcracker is frequent there. The nutcracker, while opening a cedar-cone to get the favoured nuts, flies on an odd trunk or a big stone to start its work. Usually some small nuts fall to the ground or into the rotten trunk where a suitable seedbed is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01677905

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