publication . Master thesis . 2016

Ecology of endangered damselfly \kur{Coenagrion ornatum} in post-mining streams in relation to their restoration

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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Country: Czech Republic
The thesis explores various aspects of ecology of endangered damselfly Coenagrion ornatum, the specialists for lowland headwaters, in post-mining streams of Radovesicka spoil. The first part of thesis is manuscript which has been already submitted in Journal of Insect Conservation. In the first part, we focused on population estimate of the local population using capture-recapture method, and explored its habitat requirements across life stages and spatial scales. In the next part, I assess mobility of the focal species and reveals basic distribution patterns. Finally, the thesis suggest various implications for restoration of post-mining freshwaters and conserv...
free text keywords: secondary habitats; restoration ecology; insect conservation; headwaters; Odonata; drainage ditches
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