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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges.— In northern and central Europe road verges offer alternative habitats for declining plant and invertebrate ...

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and ...

2007-2-20  annual mowing until late summer or promoting mosaic–like mowing regimes, such as partial mowing, the quality of road verges as habitats for butterflies and diurnal moths can be improved. Key words: Mowing management, Road verge, Butterfly, Diurnal moth, Alternative habitat, Mowing intensity.

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges.— In northern and central Europe road verges offer alternative habitats for declining plant and invertebrate species of semi– natural grasslands. The quality of road verges as habitats depends on several factors, of which the mowing regime is one of the easiest to modify.

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges ... In this study we compared the Lepidoptera communities on road verges that underwent three different mowing regimes regarding the timing and intensity of mowing; mowing in mid-summer, mowing in late summer, and partial mowing (a narrow strip next to the road ...

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and ...

(For other abbreviations see fig. 1.) - "Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges" Table 2. Differences in the Lepidoptera communities between the three management regimes.

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Effect Of Different Mowing Regimes On Butterflies

Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges Article (PDF Available) in Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 29(2) December 2006 with 93 Reads. Chat Now The effect of simulated mowing of the fertilizing level on

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and ...

Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Autores: A. Valtonen, K. Saarinen, J. Jantunen Localización: Animal biodiversity ...

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effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal - Home Biodiversity - Wikipedia2021-1-21 0183; Biodiversity is not evenly distributed, rather it varies greatly across the globe as well as within regions.

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Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and ...

Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Autores: A. Valtonen, K. Saarinen, J. Jantunen Localización: Animal biodiversity ...

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Valtonen, A., Saarinen, K. and Jantunen, J. (2006). Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 29: 133-148. Other resources. Biodiversity in Urban Gardens (BUGS) - University of Sheffield. Buglife - The Invertebrate Conservation Trust. Buglife - Putting Conservation ...

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Effects of different mowing regimes on orthopterans

2017-1-1  Therefore providing refuges during each mowing session may be an alternative to subjecting different parts of the meadow to different mowing regimes. Considering conservation of insects with low dispersal ability, a maximum of 30 m distance between two refuges would be

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The Effects of Roadside Mowing on Butterflies

2020-7-13  Three different mowing treatments were applied to sections of margin along highways in Alachua County, Florida: no mowing, mowing every 6 weeks, and mowing every 3 weeks. Live butterfly abundance w as assessed using linear transects and presumably roadkilled butterflies were collected from the roadside.

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Butterflies and diurnal moths along road verges: Does

2005-6-1  Despite different traffic densities and widths of the road and verge, the groups were rather similar with regard to soil properties, vegetation structure and mowing intensity. The species richness and total abundance of butterflies (53 species, 5964 individuals) and diurnal moths (46 species, 4626 individuals) were also rather similar in each ...

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Effects of altered mowing regimes in extensively

2020-2-7  the mowing of the D-meadows). Ground beetles were identified to species level whereas rove beetles were only counted. To investigate the effect of the applied mowing regimes on the different ground beetle species, the three following species traits were considered, referring to the extant literature: 1) body size: mean species

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Effect of reintroduced manual mowing on biodiversity

2015-1-1  Wetlands have recently become of high environmental interest. The restoration effects on habitats like fens are one of the main topics of recent restoration ecology, especially due to their interconnection with other ecosystems. We studied the manual mowing effect on abandoned fen using the response of three study taxa: diurnal butterflies, flower-visiting beetles and vascular plants.

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The effects of mowing on roadside biodiversity

The effects of mowing on roadside biodiversity Niiton vaikutus tienpientareiden niittyelioston monimuotoisuuteen (NIINI) The aim of the project NIINI (2004-2005) was to evaluate the effects of mown area and the intensity and timing of mowing on plant and Lepidoptera diversity, species assemblages, and flowering and seed production of the plants along the road verges.

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Effects of Management Techniques on Grassland

Semi-natural grasslands are a crucial habitat for many butterfly species and the structure and extent of that grassland often dictates the composition of butterfly communities on the landscape. To understand effects on butterfly communities, we studied the impacts of different management schemes used to maintain semi-natural grasslands, including mowing every 3 y, mowing annually, and ...

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(PDF) Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on

Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. 10 Pages. Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment, 2014. István Szentirmai.

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Effects of different mowing regimes on orthopterans

2017-1-1  Therefore providing refuges during each mowing session may be an alternative to subjecting different parts of the meadow to different mowing regimes. Considering conservation of insects with low dispersal ability, a maximum of 30 m distance between two refuges would be

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Effects of altered mowing regimes in extensively

2020-2-7  the mowing of the D-meadows). Ground beetles were identified to species level whereas rove beetles were only counted. To investigate the effect of the applied mowing regimes on the different ground beetle species, the three following species traits were considered, referring to the extant literature: 1) body size: mean species

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The Effects of Roadside Mowing on Butterflies

2020-7-13  Three different mowing treatments were applied to sections of margin along highways in Alachua County, Florida: no mowing, mowing every 6 weeks, and mowing every 3 weeks. Live butterfly abundance w as assessed using linear transects and presumably roadkilled butterflies were collected from the roadside.

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The effects of mowing on roadside biodiversity

The effects of mowing on roadside biodiversity Niiton vaikutus tienpientareiden niittyelioston monimuotoisuuteen (NIINI) The aim of the project NIINI (2004-2005) was to evaluate the effects of mown area and the intensity and timing of mowing on plant and Lepidoptera diversity, species assemblages, and flowering and seed production of the plants along the road verges.

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Leaving an uncut grass refuge promotes butterfly

2021-4-6  Federal Offices for Environment different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths and Agriculture, and the following Swiss cantons (Aargau, Bern, Basel-Landschaft, Fribourg, Graubünden, Neuchâtel, Valais and Vaud) for their financial support. Van Swaay, C.,

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Effects of Management Techniques on Grassland

Semi-natural grasslands are a crucial habitat for many butterfly species and the structure and extent of that grassland often dictates the composition of butterfly communities on the landscape. To understand effects on butterfly communities, we studied the impacts of different management schemes used to maintain semi-natural grasslands, including mowing every 3 y, mowing annually, and ...

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Differential responses of bumblebees and diurnal

The occurrence of butterflies and diurnal moths is strongly driven by additional factors, such as the availability of larval host plants as well as adult mobility, which calls for set-aside management regimes to be in place for several years. Key-words: biodiversity, colonization, fallow experiment, field margin, mowing, pollinator,

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(PDF) Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on

Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. 10 Pages. Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment, 2014. István Szentirmai.

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2014-8-26  Valtonen, A, Saarinen, K, Jantunen, J (2006) Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Animal Biodiversity

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Effect of reintroduced manual mowing on biodiversity

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Effects of different mowing regimes on orthopterans

2017-1-1  Therefore providing refuges during each mowing session may be an alternative to subjecting different parts of the meadow to different mowing regimes. Considering conservation of insects with low dispersal ability, a maximum of 30 m distance between two refuges would be

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Effect of Different Management Practices on Ground

2017-9-1  The impact of diversification of mowing or grazing regimes on different arthropod groups with diverse life strategies (butterflies, beetles, orthopterans, pollinators, hoverflies) was assessed by Woodcock et al. and Sjödin et al. . The effect of landscape management on

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Does delaying the first mowing date benefit

2012-7-30  Valtonen A, Saarinen K, Jantunen J: Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Anim Bio Conserv 2006, 29: 133–148. Google Scholar 32. Knop E, Kleijn D, Herzog F, Schmid B: Effectiveness of the Swiss agri-environment scheme in promoting biodiversity. J Appl Ecol 2006, 43: 120–127.

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Effects of Management Techniques on Grassland

Semi-natural grasslands are a crucial habitat for many butterfly species and the structure and extent of that grassland often dictates the composition of butterfly communities on the landscape. To understand effects on butterfly communities, we studied the impacts of different management schemes used to maintain semi-natural grasslands, including mowing every 3 y, mowing annually, and ...

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(PDF) Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on

Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. 10 Pages. Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment, 2014. István Szentirmai.

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Effect of reintroduced manual mowing on biodiversity

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How does roadside vegetation management affect the ...

2018-7-24  Valtonen A, Saarinen K, Jantunen J. Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and diurnal moths on road verges. Anim Biodivers Conserv. 2006;29:133–48. Google Scholar 42. Milchunas DG, Sala OE, Lauenroth WK. Quantitative effects of grazing on vegetation and soils over a global range of environments. Am Nat. 1988;132:87–106.

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Differential responses of bumblebees and diurnal ...

2011-10-1  In butterflies and diurnal moths, colonization success of species was strongly correlated with their wing span (indicating mobility). The most successful colonizers in butterflies were grass feeders and in diurnal moths the species feeding on leguminous plants at

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Constant diurnal temperature regime alters the

2014-1-15  The pattern for number of nymphs born was similar to that for early embryo production (main effect of female treatment: F 1,55 = 17.41, P = 0.0001; main effect of male treatment: F 1,55 = 19.95, P ...

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