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Saproxylic beetle (Coleoptera) communities and forest management practices in coniferous stands in southwest Nova Scotia, Canada
Citation: Dollin PE, Majka CG, Duinker PN (2008) Saproxylic beetle (Coleoptera) communities and forest management practices in coniferous stands in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada. In: Majka CG, Klimaszewski J (Eds) Biodiversity, Biosystematics, and Ecology of Canadian Coleoptera. ZooKeys 2: 291-336. Abstract Old-growth forests in Nova Scotia typically exhibit an uneven-aged, multi-layered stand structure and contain signifi cant amounts of coarse woody debris. Many forest species, includingdoi:10.3897/zookeys.2.15 fatcat:lnjqnxuedzb73g3xd7bp2ndzui