volume 166, issue 10, P834-843 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12726
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F. Gandiaga, M. Thibault, P. Nadeau, G. Moreau

Abstract: Abstract To determine the effect of resource pulses on animal communities, it is important to differentiate the species colonizing the resource substrate from the ones simply moving through the system. In a manipulative field study, we surveyed the response of wood‐boring beetles (Coleoptera) to the small debris produced by commercial thinning operations in white spruce plantations using two methods. First, we sampled the wood‐boring beetles visiting the plantations using flight intercept traps. Then, at the …

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