The importance of grassland islands and forest habitats for the overwintering of terrestrial arthropods in agricultural landscape

In the prestigious journal Biological Conservation, we published a paper describing the location of overwintering arthropods in agricultural landscapes. Ground beetles, rove beetles, spiders, centipedes, and millipedes strongly prefered non-productive islands (habitats) and their edges compare to arable land. This applies for grassland and woodland islands, and therefore suggests that create new islands (habitats)  and protecting existing islands in agricultural landscapes is very important..

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