The role of bracket fungi in creating alpha diversity of invertebrates in the Białowieża National Park, Poland

Anna K. Gdula, Dariusz J. Gwiazdowicz, Szymon Konwerski, Izabella Olejniczak, Tomasz Rutkowski, Piotr Skubała & Bogna Zawieja
Bracket fungi are seen mainly as the cause of economic losses in forestry and their role as creators of biodiversity is relatively poorly understood. The effect of this group of fungi on the modification of biodiversity of invertebrates (spiders – Aranae, Opiliones – Opiliones, pseudoscorpions – Pseudoscorpionida, two groups of mites – Mesostigmata, and Oribatida, springtails – Collembola, and insects – Insecta) was investigated by analyzing 100 fruiting bodies of 10 species of bracket fungi...
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