Is each forest type inhabited by a distinct invertebrate fauna? Insight from a group of predatory soil-inhabiting mites (Acari: mesostigmata)

Beaulieu, F. (2003). Is each forest type inhabited by a distinct invertebrate fauna? Insight from a group of predatory soil-inhabiting mites (Acari: mesostigmata). In: P. Archer, Invertebrates & Environmental Change Program & Abstracts. 34th Australian Entomological Society/6th Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Combined Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, (115-115). 28 September - 3 October, 2003.

Author Beaulieu, F.
Title of paper Is each forest type inhabited by a distinct invertebrate fauna? Insight from a group of predatory soil-inhabiting mites (Acari: mesostigmata)
Conference name 34th Australian Entomological Society/6th Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Combined Conference
Conference location Hobart, Tasmania
Conference dates 28 September - 3 October, 2003
Proceedings title Invertebrates & Environmental Change Program & Abstracts
Place of Publication Sandy Bay, Tasmania
Publisher Conference Design Pty Ltd
Publication Year 2003
Sub-type Other
Editor P. Archer
Start page 115
End page 115
Total pages 1
Language eng
Subjects EX
300100 Soil and Water Sciences
770700 Forest and Wooded Lands
Q-Index Code EX

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Biological Sciences Publications
 
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