KlimaszewskiMorencyLabrieEtAl2013

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Klimaszewski, J., Morency, M.-J., Labrie, P., Seguin, A., Langor, D., Work, T.T., Bourdon, C., Thiffault, E., Pare, D., Newton, A.F., Thayer, M.K. (2013) Molecular and microscopic analysis of the gut contents of abundant rove beetle species (Coleoptera, staphylinidae) in the boreal balsam fir forest of Quebec, Canada. ZooKeys, 353:1-24. (Scopus )

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Experimental research on beetle responses to removal of logging residues following clearcut harvesting in the boreal balsam fir forest of Quebec revealed several abundant rove beetle (Staphylinidae) species potentially important for long-term monitoring. To understand the trophic affiliations of these species in forest ecosystems, it was necessary to analyze their gut contents. We used microscopic and molecular (DNA) methods to identify the gut contents of the following rove beetles: Atheta capsularis Klimaszewski, Atheta klagesi Bern-hauer, Oxypoda grandipennis (Casey), Bryophacis smetanai Campbell, Ischnosoma longicorne (Mäklin), Myce-toporus montanus Luze, Tachinus frigidus Erichson, Tachinus fumipennis (Say), Tachinus quebecensis Robert, and Pseudopsis subulata Herman. We found no apparent arthropod fragments within the guts; however, a number of fungi were identifed by DNA sequences, including flamentous fungi and budding yeasts [As-comycota: Candida derodonti Suh & Blackwell (accession number FJ623605), Candida mesenterica (Geiger) Diddens & Lodder (accession number FM178362), Candida railenensis Ramirez and Gonzáles (accession number JX455763), Candida sophie-reginae Ramirez & González (accession number HQ652073), Candida sp. (accession number AY498864), Pichia delftensis Beech (accession number AY923246), Pichia membrani-faciens Hansen (accession number JQ26345), Pichia misumaiensis Y. Sasaki and Tak. Yoshida ex Kurtzman 2000 (accession number U73581), Pichia sp. (accession number AM261630), Cladosporium sp. (accession number KF367501), Acremonium psammosporum W. Gams (accession number GU566287), Alternaria sp. (accession number GU584946), Aspergillus versicolor Bubak (accession number AJ937750), and Aspergillus amstelodami (L. Mangin) Tom and Church (accession number HQ728257)]. In addition, two species of bacteria [Bradyrhizobium japonicum (Kirchner) Jordan (accession number BA000040) and Serratia marces-cens Bizio accession number CP003942] were found in the guts. These results not only provide evidence of the consumer-resource relations of these beetles but also clarify the relationship between rove beetles, woody debris and fungi. Predominance of yeast-feeding by abundant rove beetles suggests that it may play an important role in their dietary requirements. Copyright Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada.

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@ARTICLE { KlimaszewskiMorencyLabrieEtAl2013,
    AUTHOR = { Klimaszewski, J. and Morency, M.-J. and Labrie, P. and Seguin, A. and Langor, D. and Work, T.T. and Bourdon, C. and Thiffault, E. and Pare, D. and Newton, A.F. and Thayer, M.K. },
    TITLE = { Molecular and microscopic analysis of the gut contents of abundant rove beetle species (Coleoptera, staphylinidae) in the boreal balsam fir forest of Quebec, Canada },
    JOURNAL = { ZooKeys },
    YEAR = { 2013 },
    VOLUME = { 353 },
    PAGES = { 1-24 },
    ABSTRACT = { Experimental research on beetle responses to removal of logging residues following clearcut harvesting in the boreal balsam fir forest of Quebec revealed several abundant rove beetle (Staphylinidae) species potentially important for long-term monitoring. To understand the trophic affiliations of these species in forest ecosystems, it was necessary to analyze their gut contents. We used microscopic and molecular (DNA) methods to identify the gut contents of the following rove beetles: Atheta capsularis Klimaszewski, Atheta klagesi Bern-hauer, Oxypoda grandipennis (Casey), Bryophacis smetanai Campbell, Ischnosoma longicorne (Mäklin), Myce-toporus montanus Luze, Tachinus frigidus Erichson, Tachinus fumipennis (Say), Tachinus quebecensis Robert, and Pseudopsis subulata Herman. We found no apparent arthropod fragments within the guts; however, a number of fungi were identifed by DNA sequences, including flamentous fungi and budding yeasts [As-comycota: Candida derodonti Suh & Blackwell (accession number FJ623605), Candida mesenterica (Geiger) Diddens & Lodder (accession number FM178362), Candida railenensis Ramirez and Gonzáles (accession number JX455763), Candida sophie-reginae Ramirez & González (accession number HQ652073), Candida sp. (accession number AY498864), Pichia delftensis Beech (accession number AY923246), Pichia membrani-faciens Hansen (accession number JQ26345), Pichia misumaiensis Y. Sasaki and Tak. Yoshida ex Kurtzman 2000 (accession number U73581), Pichia sp. (accession number AM261630), Cladosporium sp. (accession number KF367501), Acremonium psammosporum W. Gams (accession number GU566287), Alternaria sp. (accession number GU584946), Aspergillus versicolor Bubak (accession number AJ937750), and Aspergillus amstelodami (L. Mangin) Tom and Church (accession number HQ728257)]. In addition, two species of bacteria [Bradyrhizobium japonicum (Kirchner) Jordan (accession number BA000040) and Serratia marces-cens Bizio accession number CP003942] were found in the guts. These results not only provide evidence of the consumer-resource relations of these beetles but also clarify the relationship between rove beetles, woody debris and fungi. Predominance of yeast-feeding by abundant rove beetles suggests that it may play an important role in their dietary requirements. Copyright Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada. },
    COMMENT = { Export Date: 3 December 2013 Source: Scopus doi: 10.3897/zookeys.353.5991 },
    ISSN = { 13132989 (ISSN) },
    KEYWORDS = { Ascomycota, Bacteria, Basidiomycota, Boreal forest, Canada, Coleoptera, Diet, Fungivory, Gut analysis, Mycophagy, Rove beetles, Saproxylic, Staphylinidae, Trophic relationship },
    OWNER = { Luc },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2013.12.03 },
    URL = { http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84888103510&partnerID=40&md5=55861bfa2c081bfcb68ac5d96d6a777b },
}

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