Diversity and Phenology of the Braconid Community (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in the Mediterranean Protected Landscape of Sierra Calderona (Spain)

Jose Vicente Falcó-Garí, Francisco Javier Peris-Felipo, Ricardo Jiménez-Peydró
2014 Open Journal of Ecology  
How to cite this paper: Falcó-Garí, J.V., et al. (2014) Diversity and Phenology of the Braconid Community (Hymenoptera: Abstract The diversity of the Braconidae subfamilies (Hymenoptera) in the protected landscape of the Natural Park of Sierra Calderona (Eastern Spain) is analysed. Samplings have been carried out along 2010 in three different habitats: almond crop, Oak forest (Quercus suber L.) and Pine forest (Pinus halepensis Miller). In total, 2166 braconid specimens, belonging to 23
more » ... nging to 23 subfamilies, have been captured. Alpha, beta and gamma diversities are analysed. As a result, almond crop habitat is proven to show the greatest diversity. The structure of the community and the phenology in each habitat are also analysed.
doi:10.4236/oje.2014.44018 fatcat:ru3qobp265hqpfgr7t4hcxikti