A long-term habitat fragmentation experiment leads to morphological change in a species of carabid beetle
1. Habitat fragmentation and transformation are key drivers of species declines in landscapes. Most of the current understanding of species’ responses to environmental change originates from studies of populations and communities. However, phenotypic variation offers another key aspect of species responses and could provide additional insights into the functional drivers of population change. 2. The goal of this study was to address this gap by exploring the morphological changes of a...[Show more]
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