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The arthropod community of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) canopies in Norway

Thunes, KH; Skartveit, J; Gjerde, I; Stary, J; Solhoy, T; Fjellberg, A; Kobro, S; Nakahara, S; zur Strassen, R and Vierbergen, G, et al. (2004) In Entomologica Fennica 15(2). p.65-90
Abstract
We summarise the findings of arthropods collected by fogging the canopy of 24 pine trees in two sites in Eastern and Western Norway. From the samples, taken in 1998 and in 1999, almost 30,000 specimens were determined to 512 species, with Diptera being most species rich (210 species), followed by Coleoptera (76 species) and Araneae (49 species). Of the 96 new species records, nine were new to science (5 Diptera and 4 Oribatida), two were new to the European, three to the Scandinavian and 82 to the Norwegian faunas. The paper demonstrates the need for detailed faunistical inventories of European forests.
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  abstract     = {We summarise the findings of arthropods collected by fogging the canopy of 24 pine trees in two sites in Eastern and Western Norway. From the samples, taken in 1998 and in 1999, almost 30,000 specimens were determined to 512 species, with Diptera being most species rich (210 species), followed by Coleoptera (76 species) and Araneae (49 species). Of the 96 new species records, nine were new to science (5 Diptera and 4 Oribatida), two were new to the European, three to the Scandinavian and 82 to the Norwegian faunas. The paper demonstrates the need for detailed faunistical inventories of European forests.},
  author       = {Thunes, KH and Skartveit, J and Gjerde, I and Stary, J and Solhoy, T and Fjellberg, A and Kobro, S and Nakahara, S and zur Strassen, R and Vierbergen, G and Szadziewski, R and Hagan, DV and Grogan, WL and Jonassen, T and Aakra, K and Anonby, J and Greve, L and Aukema, B and Heller, K and Michelsen, V and Haenni, JP and Emeljanov, AF and Douwes, Per and Berggren, K and Franzen, J and Disney, RHL and Prescher, S and Johanson, KA and Mamaev, B and Podenas, S and Andersen, S and Gaimari, SD and Nartshuk, E and Soli, GEE and Papp, L and Midtgaard, F and Andersen, A and von Tschirnhaus, M and Bachli, G and Olsen, KM and Olsvik, H and Foldvari, M and Raastad, JE and Hansen, LO and Djursvoll, P},
  issn         = {0785-8760},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {65--90},
  publisher    = {Entomologica Fennica},
  series       = {Entomologica Fennica},
  title        = {The arthropod community of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) canopies in Norway},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2004},
}