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Abundance patterns in terrestrial dipteran communities






Pedobiologia 43(1): 28-43

Abundance patterns in terrestrial dipteran communities

Annual emergence abundances of Diptera reported from terrestrial habitats were analysed and shown to lie between 1000 and 4000 individuals m-2 in 71.6% of cases, with mean abundances being lowest in alpine grasslands and highest on sewage sludge fertilised fields. The proportional abundance of Nematocera was higher in woodlands than in non-woodland habitats.

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