New record of invertebrates associated with decomposed wood from the Plaiul Fagului reserve
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BUŞMACHIU, Galina; BACAL, Svetlana; MÎNZAT, Cristian; BURDUJA, Daniela. New record of invertebrates associated with decomposed wood from the Plaiul Fagului reserve. In: Sustainable use and protection of animal world in the context of climate changededicated to the 75th anniversary from the creation of the first research subdivisions and 60th from the foundation of the Institute of Zoology. Ediția 10, 16-17 septembrie 2021, Chișinău. Chișinău: Institutul de Zoologie, 2021, pp. 164-169. ISBN 978-9975-157-82-7.
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Sustainable use and protection of animal world in the context of climate change
Ediția 10, 2021
Conferința "Sustainable use and protection of animal world in the context of climate change"
Chișinău, Moldova, 16-17 septembrie 2021

New record of invertebrates associated with decomposed wood from the Plaiul Fagului reserve


DOI: https://doi.org/10.53937/icz10.2021.27
CZU: 595.7:502.4:630*4(478)
Pag. 164-169

Buşmachiu Galina, Bacal Svetlana, Mînzat Cristian, Burduja Daniela
 
Institute of Zoology
 
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20.80009.7007.02 Schimbări evolutive ale faunei terestre economic importante, ale speciilor rare şi protejate în condiţiile modificărilor antropice şi climatice.
 
Disponibil în IBN: 18 septembrie 2021


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The paper presents new data about the diversity of invertebrates associated with decomposed wood from the Plaiul Fagului Reserve. A total of 60 invertebrate species belonging to 45 genera, 20 families and two classes Collembola and Insecta (Coleoptera and Hymenoptera) were identified. A rare species - Carabus intricatus and C. ullrichi included in the third edition of the Red Book were highlighted. Four new species of Coleoptera are recorded for the first time for the reserve