Data from: Coleoptera associated with intermittent streams and their riparian zones in south coastal British Columbia

Chelsea J. Little & Zoey B. D. Schutz
Intermittent streams that periodically cease surface flow have long been understudied in ecology and underrepresented in conservation policy. However, they currently account for 30-50% of the global river network, and that number is rising due to anthropogenic water extraction, land-use change, and climate change. We explored the Coleoptera biodiversity of the south Pacific-coast region of British Columbia, Canada, using pitfall traps at perennial and naturally-intermittent stream reaches, in shoreline, dry streambed, and riparian habitats, in...
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