Distribution breadth and species turnover of night-flying beetles and moths on different mainland and island mountains

Distribution breadth and species turnover rates of two night-flying insect groups (moths and beetles) were analyzed on two mountains in warm temperate forests of South Korea, Mt. Hallasan (range 278–1109 m) on Jejudo island (HL) and Mt. Jirisan (range 319–1330 m) in southern Korea (JR). The goals of the study were to compare the spatial changes in the two… CONTINUE READING