Ground spider assemblages as indicators for habitat structure in inland sand ecosystems

@article{Buchholz2010GroundSA,
  title={Ground spider assemblages as indicators for habitat structure in inland sand ecosystems},
  author={Sascha Buchholz},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={2565-2595}
}
Open inland sand ecosystems harbour a specialised flora and fauna and are among the most endangered habitats in Central Europe. Land-use changes and lack of habitat dynamics are acknowledged as significant drivers for habitat loss and degradation. It is imperative for nature conservation to obtain criteria such as community structure and biodiversity of model groups to assess the conservation value of threatened habitats. By investigating the correlation between ground spider assemblages and… CONTINUE READING
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