Springtail communities (Collembola) of Eastern European broad-leaf forests

@article{Chernov2010SpringtailC,
  title={Springtail communities (Collembola) of Eastern European broad-leaf forests},
  author={Alexey V. Chernov and Nina A. Kuznetsova and Mikhail B. Potapov},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={90},
  pages={556-570}
}
The fauna and communities of Collembola in Eastern European broad-leaf forests are analyzed. A list of species and dominants, the local diversity and abundance, the range of life forms, and vertical distribution are described. Special attention is paid to the problems of dynamics and representativeness of ecological samplings. The population density of springtails is relatively low in broad-leaf forests; the local species richness is similar to that in coniferous forests and averages 25–30… CONTINUE READING

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