Grassland area determines beetle assemblage dissimilarity from surrounding floodplain forest
Patch size is known to affect biodiversity in fragmented landscapes, but is usually examined in systems where the surrounding matrix habitat is unfavourable. We examined beetle diversity in a floodplain ecosystem that is characterised by naturally occurri
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