Linking deadwood traits with saproxylic invertebrates and fungi in European forests - a review

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Parisi F; Pioli S; Lombardi F; Fravolini G; Marchetti M; Tognetti R;
  • Publisher: Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology (SISEF)
  • Journal: iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry (issn: 1971-7458, eissn: 1971-7458)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3832/ifor2670-011
  • Subject: Deadwood Accumulation | Deadwood Decomposition | Saproxylic Insects | Saproxylic Fungi | European Forests | Conservation-oriented Forestry | Forestry | SD1-669.5

Deadwood is a substantial component of forests playing a central role in many ecosystem processes. It provides habitats for a multitude of wood-dependent organisms, maintaining the ecosystem health and reducing the effect of natural disturbances. Deadwood is recognized ... View more
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