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Studier över det lägre djurlivet i nordsvensk skogsmark

  title={Studier {\"o}ver det l{\"a}gre djurlivet i nordsvensk skogsmark},
  author={Karl-Herman Forsslund},
Ecological Spotlights on Mites (Acari) in Norwegian Conifer Forests: A Review
Long-term studies on mites in Norwegian coniferous forests are summarized. In podzol soil with raw humus, mite densities could pass 1 million per m, with 48 species of Oribatida and 12 species of
Sexual dimorphism in Autogneta, with description of three new species from North America and new diagnosis of the genus (Acari, Oribatida, Autognetidae).
3 new dimorphic Autogneta species from North America are described, based on adult specimens; strong sexual dimorphism is reported in the genus for the first time; it is expressed by a posterior porose region on the male notogaster that in some species is associated with modifications of notogastral setae h1 and p1.
Mites of the genus Carabodes (Acari, Oribatida) in Norwegian coniferous forests: occurrence in different soils, vegetation types and polypore hosts
Although being tolerant to different fungal species, the association of certain Carabodes species to dead sporocarps could make them vulnerable in forests with little dead wood and few sporocars, as this study studied 10 Carabode species in the forest floor of seven coniferous forest types and in dead fruiting bodies of 6 species of wood-living polypore fungi in southern Norway.
Classification of natural communities
PATTERNS AND THEIR MEANING The pattern of a landscape is, in its full detail, exceedingly complex. It is generally impossible to interpret adequately the relations of species and stands to one
Collembolan communities in deciduous forests of different origin in Finland
The aim of the study was to compare the collembolan communities in anthropogenous birch stands of different origin with each other and with natural forests at the same latitude. Nine sites were
Influence of Cognettia sphagnetorum (Oligochaeta: Enchytraeidae) on nitrogen mineralization in homogenized mor humus
SummaryThe influence of the enchytraeid species Cognettia sphagnetorum on N mineralization in homogenized mor humus was examined in a laboratory study. The mor humus was incubated in containers (150
Communities of soil mites (Acarina) in planted birch stands compared with natural forests in central Finland
The communities of Birch after spruce were rather similar to those of natural spruce forests, but the population densities were lower and the populations in birch after field were generally very low.
Patterns of terricolous and field layer invertebrates along a boreal mire-forest gradient
Diptera, Coleoptera and, especially, Lepidoptera larvae have earlier been shown to be important prey for several bird species breeding in the boreal forest and the high number and biomass of these taxa in theShaded forest habitats may indicate that preserving buffer zones and fragments of wet, shaded forest, currently done in forest management at final felling, is a good strategy.
Soil macroarthropod communities in planted birch stands in comparison with natural forests in central Finland
The aim of the study was to compare the soil macroarthropod communities in anthropogenous birch stands of different origin with each other and with natural forests at the same latitude in Finland. A