BeaudryDuchesneCote1997

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Beaudry, S., Duchesne, L.C. and Cote, B. (1997) Short-term effects of three forestry practices on carabid assemblages in a jack pine forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 27(12):2065-2071.

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The effects of clear-cutting alone and clear-cutting followed by prescribed burning or scarification on carabid bee fie assemblages were investigated. Based on earlier studies, we hypothesized that each of these forestry practices would produce a different carabid assemblage on a short-term basis (1-2 years) and that carabid diversity, abundance, and species richness would increase with the intensity of site preparation. Carabids were sampled in a jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) forest throughout the 1992 growing season using pitfall traps. A total of 5970 adult carabids, belonging to 26 genera and 83 species, were collected. Disturbed stands had similar or higher Shannon-Wiener diversities, number of catches, and number of carabid species when compared with undisturbed forest. Amara and Harpalus species were found almost exclusively in disturbed sites. Clear-cutting followed by prescribed burning tended to have the greatest impact on carabid assemblages. Prescribed burning seemed particularly favourable for Syntomus americanus (Dejean), Agonum placidum (Say), Amara erratica (Duftschmid), Amara convexa LeConte, Amara laevipennis Kirby, and Cicindela purpurea Olivier whereas clear-cutting in general was associated with reduced catches of Calathus gregarius (Say), Calathus ingratus Dejean, Calosoma frigidum Kirby, Cymindis limbatus Dejean, Myas cyanescens Dejean, Pterostichus pensylvanicus LeConte, and Pterostichus tristis (Dejean). Our results suggest that the presence of regenerating sites with and without prescribed burning among the jack pine forest could contribute to the preservation of carabid diversity, although islands of mature forest may be necessary to avoid extermination of some old-growth carabid species.

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@ARTICLE { BeaudryDuchesneCote1997,
    AUTHOR = { Beaudry, S. and Duchesne, L.C. and Cote, B. },
    TITLE = { Short-term effects of three forestry practices on carabid assemblages in a jack pine forest },
    JOURNAL = { Canadian Journal of Forest Research },
    YEAR = { 1997 },
    VOLUME = { 27 },
    PAGES = { 2065-2071 },
    NUMBER = { 12 },
    NOTE = { 00455067 (ISSN) Cited By (since 1996): 45 Export Date: 26 April 2007 Source: Scopus CODEN: CJFRA Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Cote, B.; Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences; McGill University; Macdonald Campus; 21111 Lakeshore Road Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Que. H9X 3V9, Canada; email: coteb@nrs.mcgill.ca },
    ABSTRACT = { The effects of clear-cutting alone and clear-cutting followed by prescribed burning or scarification on carabid bee fie assemblages were investigated. Based on earlier studies, we hypothesized that each of these forestry practices would produce a different carabid assemblage on a short-term basis (1-2 years) and that carabid diversity, abundance, and species richness would increase with the intensity of site preparation. Carabids were sampled in a jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) forest throughout the 1992 growing season using pitfall traps. A total of 5970 adult carabids, belonging to 26 genera and 83 species, were collected. Disturbed stands had similar or higher Shannon-Wiener diversities, number of catches, and number of carabid species when compared with undisturbed forest. Amara and Harpalus species were found almost exclusively in disturbed sites. Clear-cutting followed by prescribed burning tended to have the greatest impact on carabid assemblages. Prescribed burning seemed particularly favourable for Syntomus americanus (Dejean), Agonum placidum (Say), Amara erratica (Duftschmid), Amara convexa LeConte, Amara laevipennis Kirby, and Cicindela purpurea Olivier whereas clear-cutting in general was associated with reduced catches of Calathus gregarius (Say), Calathus ingratus Dejean, Calosoma frigidum Kirby, Cymindis limbatus Dejean, Myas cyanescens Dejean, Pterostichus pensylvanicus LeConte, and Pterostichus tristis (Dejean). Our results suggest that the presence of regenerating sites with and without prescribed burning among the jack pine forest could contribute to the preservation of carabid diversity, although islands of mature forest may be necessary to avoid extermination of some old-growth carabid species. },
    KEYWORDS = { beetle assemblage disturbance forestry practice site preparation species diversity Agonum placidum Amara Amara convexa Amara erratica Amara laevipennis Calathus gregarius Calathus ingratus Calosoma frigidum Calosoma limbatus Carabidae Celathus ingratus Cicindela purpurea Clathus gregarius Coleoptera Cymindis limbatus Harpalus Myas cyanescens Pinus banksiana Pterostichus pensylvanicus Pterostichus tristis Syntomus americanus },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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