Non weaving spiders on native woodlands and Eucalyptus plantations in Western Mexico: diversity and distribution patterns

Eucalyptus spp. are commonly planted, forming non-native plantations, including the tropics and their wildlife conservation value is relatively unknown. Recent studies have concluded that secondary forests and tree plantations are less diverse than well-developed tropical rain forests. However, introduced Eucalyptus stands harbored similar species richness… (More)