Impacts of prescribed fire on saproxylic beetles in loblolly pine logs

@article{Ulyshen2010ImpactsOP,
  title={Impacts of prescribed fire on saproxylic beetles in loblolly pine logs},
  author={M. Ulyshen and Scott Horn and B. Barnes and K. J. Gandhi},
  journal={Insect Conservation and Diversity},
  year={2010},
  volume={3}
}
Abstract.  1. Studies addressing the immediate impacts of fire on forest arthropod communities and their implications for conservation are few, particularly for species within dead wood. To investigate the effects of fire on saproxylic beetles (Coleoptera), we randomly assigned large‐diameter loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) logs to a forest scheduled for a prescribed burn (i.e. a low‐intensity surface fire) or to an adjacent unburned forest in Georgia, USA. 
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