New publication in Biodiversity and Conservation

In May 2018, Tomáš Kadlec, Martin Štrobl and their colleagues from other institutions published their new study in the journal Biodiversity and Conservation. The study investigates the effects of the invasive tree black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) on the community composition of forest inhabiting moths.
In general, black locust negatively affects moth diversity, but on the other hand, invaded forests hosted species that prefer open/sparse forest stands.
These species are very rare in many forests dominated by native tree species, which are usually much more close as a result of poor management (foresters like dark tall forest:-).

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