Edge effect on weevils and spiders

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Horváth, R.; Magura, T.; Péter, G.; Tóthmérész, B.;
(2002)

The edge effect on weevils and spiders was tested along oak forest – meadow transects using sweep-net samples at the Síkfökút Project in Hungary. For spiders the species richness was significantly higher in the forest edge than e... View more
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