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Unexpected differences in butterfly diversity between two peat bogs in the same area

@inproceedings{Rzemysaw2017UnexpectedDI,
  title={Unexpected differences in butterfly diversity between two peat bogs in the same area},
  author={Rzemysław and Limczuk},
  year={2017}
}
Peat bogs are listed among the most threatened habitats in central Europe, a situation that is reflected by, for example, the conservational status of stenotopic butterflies. Even so, this group remains relatively little studied and most of the available data are limited to qualitative records. The present study enabled us to gain insight into the butterfly fauna of the two largest peat bogs in the Knyszyn Forest (NE Poland), i.e. Bagno Moskal and the one in the Jesionowe Góry nature reserve… Expand

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