Beetles - Biodiversity, Ecology and Role in the Environment
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Insects have been shown to be appropriate ecological indicators for evaluating changes in the environment. An excellent group are beetles (Coleoptera), the largest group of insects, with about four hundred thousand known species, distributed in more than a hundred families occupying practically all ecosystems and feeding on a variety food sources. This book examines several species of beetles and their biodiversity, ecology and role in the environment.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Positive Effects of Prescribed Burning of Clear-Cuts on Saproxylic Beetle Diversity are Short-Lived and Depend on Forest-Fire Continuity
Chapter 2: Community Assembly of Saproxylic Beetles in Old-Growth Forest and Recently Burnt Forest
Chapter 3: Assessing the Potential Role of Ground Beetles (Coleoptera) As Ecological Indicators in Tropical Ecosystems: A Review
Chapter 4: Twig-Girdler Beetles of the Atlantic Rainforest
Chapter 5: Biology, Ecology and Strategies for Control of Stored-Grain Beetles: A Review
Chapter 6: Decaying Matters: Coleoptera Involved in Heterotrophic Systems
Chapter 7: How a Locality Can Have so Many Species? A Case Study with Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae) in a Tropical Rain Forest in Colombia
Chapter 8: Biodiversity in Geographically Remote Natural Populations of Adalia Ladybirds (Coleoptera: Co?cinellidae)
Chapter 9: Ladybird Diversity on Crops and Ecology of Cocicnelle algerica Kovar in Tunisia
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