Effect of season, location and fire on Collembola communities in buttongrass moorlands, Tasmania
Collembola of buttongrass moorlands in Tasmania were surveyed monthly over a 12 month period, using sweep nets and pitfall traps, at two locations, one at 760 m and the other at 325 m altitude. At each location, there were two pairs of sites with each pair straddling a fire boundary. The younger regrowth sites had been burnt less than 12 years previously and the older regrowth sites burnt more than 24 years previously. Nearly 30,000 individuals were collected belonging to 42 taxa. Most...[Show more]
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