The inclusion of overlooked lichen microhabitats in standardized forest biodiversity monitoring

@article{Gasparyan2018TheIO,
  title={The inclusion of overlooked lichen microhabitats in standardized forest biodiversity monitoring},
  author={A. Gasparyan and H. Sipman and L. Marini and J. Nascimbene},
  journal={The Lichenologist},
  year={2018},
  volume={50},
  pages={231 - 237}
}
Abstract Epiphytic lichens are increasingly included in forest biodiversity monitoring schemes, but most of the standardized guidelines consider only lichens colonizing a small part of tree trunks (1·0–1·5 m) and overlook other important microhabitats, such as fallen branches and stumps. In this paper, we present results of a small-scale pilot study to evaluate the possible advantage of including four distinct microhabitats in standardized procedures for assessing epiphytic lichen diversity… Expand
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