Corpus ID: 83127595

Zgniotek cynobrowy Cucujus cinnaberinus (Scopoli, 1763) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) w Radomiu

  title={Zgniotek cynobrowy Cucujus cinnaberinus (Scopoli, 1763) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) w Radomiu},
  author={Marcin Miłkowski},
From Phenology and Habitat Preferences to Climate Change: Importance of Citizen Science in Studying Insect Ecology in the Continental Scale with American Red Flat Bark Beetle, Cucujus clavipes, as a Model Species
The results clearly show that both subspecies of C. clavipes differ ecologically, which strongly supports earlier significant morphological and physiological differences noted between them, and it is suggested that their taxonomical status should be verified by molecular data, because very probably they represent separate species. Expand
Large-scale habitat model reveals a key role of large trees and protected areas in the metapopulation survival of the saproxylic specialist Cucujus cinnaberinus
Deforestation for agricultural purposes and logging over centuries has resulted in a significant loss of forest cover and the deep structural and functional simplification of persistent EuropeanExpand
Habitat preferences influencing populations, distribution and conservation of the endangered saproxylic beetle Cucujus cinnaberinus (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) at the landscape level
The main aims were to review its current and historical distributions and status of C. cinnaberinus popula- tions in Europe and to determine its recent habitat preferences at the landscape level in the Czech Republic, where the increasing number of records over the last few years indicates a possible increase in abundance of this beetle. Expand