Faunistical and Ecological Studies on Carabid Beetles
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Carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) are one of the best-known taxa in entomology. They are common in most terrestrial habitats and geographical areas and can easily be collected using standard methods. Taxonomy, phylogeny, geographic distribution, habitat associations, and ecological requirements of carabid species are well known. Based on the above, carabids are often used as model organisms in faunistical and ecological studies. For this Special Issue I invite the submission of high-quality original research papers and reviews covering all aspects of carabid faunistic and ecology.
Prof. Tibor Magura
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- Axonomic diversity
- Genetic diversity
- Functional diversity
- Phylogenetic diversity
- Ecosystem services
- Ecological process