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Primary production in 2 irish woods and the fraction available to small rodents as food


Irish Naturalists' Journal 20(5): 173-179
Primary production in 2 irish woods and the fraction available to small rodents as food
Primary production over a period of > 18 mo. in a yew, Taxus baccata L., and in an oak, Quercus petraea (Mattuschka) Liebl., wood in the Bourn Vincent National Park at Killarney, Ireland, was measured. These measurements were made as part of a larger study of populations of fieldmice, Apodemus sylvaticus (L.), and bank voles, Clethrionomys glareolus Schreber, in relation to their food supply, which is mainly tree seeds. The fall of leaf litter, macrolitter and production of ground vegetation were concentrated on.

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