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A Higher-Taxon Approach with Soil Invertebrates to Assessing Habitat Diversity in East Asian Rural Landscapes
Landscape Ecological Applications in Man-Influenced Areas
Rural biodiversity in East Asia is at risk due to the loss of habitat diversity, and good indicators are needed to evaluate diverse habitats in rural landscapes. We examined whether the higher taxa (classes and orders) of soil invertebrates discriminated among several types of secondary forests such as broad-leaved deciduous forests, conifer forests and bamboo forests, primary forests, grasslands and/or wetlands, better than species assemblages of a well-established indicator, ground beetlesdoi:10.1007/1-4020-5488-2_11 fatcat:4s7lko6hfrgtvcohir2gno6s5i