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Ecological relations in estuarine salt marshes

Ecological relations in estuarine salt marshes

Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemenine und Angewandte Entomologie 7(1-3): 269-274

The taxonomic and trophic composition of the herb-layer insect fauna of a salt marsh in Germany is described. The grasslands were highly influenced by mowing and cattle grazing. Diptera from different trophic groups were dominant, and phytophagous taxa such as Auchenorrhyncha were greatly reduced, showing high proportions of ubiquitous species and very low numbers of specialists.

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