The sensitivity of dragonflies to landscape structure differs between life-history groups

@article{Kadoya2007TheSO,
  title={The sensitivity of dragonflies to landscape structure differs between life-history groups},
  author={Taku Kadoya and Shin-ichi Suda and Yoshitaka Tsubaki and Izumi Washitani},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={149-158}
}
Contrasting life-history strategies of long versus short pre-reproductive phases are known in adult dragonflies (Odonata) of temperate regions. Because the long-phase species spend a longer time in terrestrial habitats such as grasslands or woodlands during their pre-reproductive phase, we hypothesized that long-phase species would be more sensitive to landscape structure than short-phase species. To test this hypothesis, we conducted periodic censuses of adult dragonflies at small man-made… CONTINUE READING

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