Arthropod colonisation of natural and experimental logs in an agricultural landscape: Effects of habitat, isolation, season and exposure time
Habitat restoration is commonly conducted in agricultural landscapes with the aim of restoring biodiversity. Some species, however, might not be able to migrate to restored habitats, and vital habitat elements, such as logs, may be missing. We compared arthropod assemblages under logs amongst different land-use types: pastures, revegetation and woodland remnants, in south-eastern Australia. We also supplemented habitats with logs, placed out in different seasons and for different periods of...[Show more]
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