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The habitat choice of two ground-living carabid beetle species (Pterostichus oblongopunctatus (Fabricius) and Carabus hortensis Linneaus) was investigated in a laboratory experiment. Beetles were released in test arenas with two options of manipulated structural variability on the ground, i.e.; bare ground spots versus spots with logging residue (slash). Beetles were studied for 600 seconds and the total time spent on bare ground versus in slash was measured. The results revealed a preferencedoi:10.33338/ef.84423 fatcat:n5vs4zo5jbep3b3zvmsbn7guqu