Fine-scale heterogeneity in beetle assemblages under co-occurring Eucalyptus in the same subgenus
Aim: Insect biodiversity is often positively associated with habitat heterogeneity. However, this relationship depends on spatial scale, with most studies focused on differences between habitats at large scales with a variety of forest tree species. We examined fine-scale heterogeneity in ground-dwelling beetle assemblages under co-occurring trees in the same subgenus: Eucalyptus melliodora A. Cunn. ex Schauer and E. blakelyi Maiden (Myrtaceae). Location: Critically endangered grassy woodland...[Show more]
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