Potential effects of climatic warming on the distribution of Collembola along an altitudinal transect in Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia
Collembola were collected from pitfall traps at each of five altitudes, 300, 500, 700, 900 and 1100 m above sea level (a.s.l.) in Lamington National Park, Queensland. All samples were collected in October 2006 (spring). Sites were located in subtropical rainforest except for those at 1100 m which were in cool temperate rainforest where Nothofagus moorei (F. Muell) Krasser was dominant. Specimens collected were identified to species or morphospecies. Over 60 taxa (species and morphospecies) were...[Show more]
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