Ground Beetles on Islands: On the Effects of Habitat and Dispersal

@inproceedings{Zalewski2012GroundBO,
  title={Ground Beetles on Islands: On the Effects of Habitat and Dispersal},
  author={Marcin Zalewski and Paweł Sienkiewicz and Krzysztof Kujawa and Izabela Hajdamowicz and Werner Ulrich},
  year={2012}
}
Neutral theory focuses on random dispersal and species equivalence, and challenges views on the ecological importance of life history traits and habitat properties in explaining community assembly and the spatial distribution of species. Ground beetles are a popular model taxon to test predictions of contrasting macroecological theories. Here we investigate the effects of habitat properties and life history on the occurrence and community structure of 71 carabid beetle species inhabiting 15… CONTINUE READING

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