Eucalypts, arthropods and birds: on the relation between foliar nutrients and species richness

@inproceedings{Recher1996EucalyptsAA,
  title={Eucalypts, arthropods and birds: on the relation between foliar nutrients and species richness},
  author={Harry F. Recher and Jonathan D. Majer and Sri Ganesh},
  year={1996}
}
Using chemical knockdown procedures, canopy arthropod communities on eucalypts (Eucalyptus spp.) were found to be extraordinarily rich in species. Four seasonal samples from four species of eucalypts, two in eastern Australia and two in Western Australia, yielded 976 species of canopy arthropods from the eastern site and 683 species from the west. The richest and most abundant faunas occurred on the site with the greatest soil fertility and on the tree species with highest levels of foliage… CONTINUE READING

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