Invertebrates associated with woody debris in a Southeastern U.S. forested floodplain wetland

@article{Braccia2009InvertebratesAW,
  title={Invertebrates associated with woody debris in a Southeastern U.S. forested floodplain wetland},
  author={Amy Braccia and Darold P. Batzer},
  journal={Wetlands},
  year={2009},
  volume={21},
  pages={18-31}
}
Woody debris is an ecologically important resource in upland forests and stream ecosystems. Although much is known about invertebrate-woody debris interactions in forests and streams, little information exists for forested wetlands. In this study, invertebrates associated with woody debris in a Southeastern U. S. forested floodplain are described and factors that shape community structure are examined. Woody debris samples were collected during two wet (March 1998 and 1999) and one dry period… CONTINUE READING
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