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ZooKeys 2: Biodiversity, Biosystematics, and Ecology of Canadian Coleoptera

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 2
Edited By: CG Majka and J Klimaszewski
402 pages, Figs, tabs
ZooKeys 2: Biodiversity, Biosystematics, and Ecology of Canadian Coleoptera
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  • ZooKeys 2: Biodiversity, Biosystematics, and Ecology of Canadian Coleoptera ISBN: 9789546424518 Paperback Nov 2008 Out of Print #178296
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This volume includes fourteen research articles on Canadian Coleoptera, mainly on the families Staphylinidae, Leiodidae, Histeridae, Nitidulidae, Cucujidae, Phalacridae, Silvanidae, Laemophloeidae, Tetratomidae, several aquatic groups, and others.

An introductory editorial traces the history of scientific research and indicates areas of future inquiry. The papers address various questions with respect to the distribution, dispersal, zoogeographical status, phenology, and bionomics of Canadian Coleoptera, the role os saproxylic beetles in forest ecosystems, and invasive species in native habitats.

The answers to these questions have important economic and environmental consequences.

The book is addressed to coleopterists, ecologists, biogeographers, and conservationists.

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Journal / Magazine Out of Print
Series: ZooKeys Volume: 2
Edited By: CG Majka and J Klimaszewski
402 pages, Figs, tabs
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