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Carabids (Col., Carabidae) in the epigeon of pest management apple orchards in South Bohemia

, : Carabids (Col., Carabidae) in the epigeon of pest management apple orchards in South Bohemia. Acta Societatis Zoologicae Bohemoslovacae, 542: 133-145

In 1985 and 1986, 33 309 adult carabids representing 80 species and 30 genera were caught in pitfall traps in 4 apple orchards under different treatments in Czechoslovakia. Species typical of open, unshaded or little-shaded biotopes prevailed. Only 18 species occurred in all 4 orchards. Species diversity was highest in orchards with grassy plots.

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