Saproxylic insects caught in window traps and hatched from polypores in small and large old forests in southern Norway
The dataset includes beetle species caught in window traps in 5 old forests fragments in southern Norway and 1 in Southern Sweden. Five traps were used per forest and sampling occurred from mid May to mid August 2014 at 4 out of the 6 sites. The two remaining sites were sampled from mid June to mid August. In addition to the traps, the dataset includes insect species hathced from 114 polypore Fomitopsis pinicola collected in the same areas. There is also data on insects from 5 Fomitopsis rosea. Both beetles and parasitoids are identified to species.
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Birkemoe T, Sverdrup-Thygeson A S T, Hansen M (2016): Saproxylic insects caught in window traps and hatched from polypores in small and large old forests in southern Norway. Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management.
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Samplingevent; polypores; beetles; old forest fragments; parasitoids; window traps; hatching from polypores; coleoptera; hymenoptera; diptera; fomitopsis pinicola; fomitopsis rosea
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Five sites in Southern Norway and accross the border to Sweden.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [55.89, 4.41], North East [61, 17.03]|
The data were sampled in collaboration with the PathExt-project run by Jenny Norden at University of Oslo. The data are used in the Master Thesis: Hansen, M. (2015). Effects of size and forest structure of old-growth forests on the species richness of saproxylic insects: Norges miljø og biovitenskapelige universitet, Institutt for naturforvaltning. 45 pages.