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Early-arriving saproxylic beetles developing in Scots pine stumps: effects of felling type and date
Journal of Forest Science
A total of 320 Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) low stumps were analysed within two stands (one stand was thinned, and the other stand was subjected to clear-cut final felling) in the Drahanská Highlands in the Czech Republic. Each stand was divided into four parts, and the felling of each part was performed on different dates during 2006 (February, May, August and November). The fauna of early-arriving saproxylic beetles inhabiting the stumps was investigated by peeling the bark in twodoi:10.17221/46/2012-jfs fatcat:2rdx3g24hnbr7lqxlnbfad3jwm