Dynamics of Thysanoptera Populations on Hardangervidda

  • E. K. Kjellsen
Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 17)


Two species of Thysanoptera, Anapothrips secticornis (Trybom) and Aptinothrips stylifer (Trybom), are found at the IBP sites in the Stigstuv area, described by Sonesson et al. (1975). The species are relatively abundant on the dry and wet meadows. On the lichen heath, only occasional specimens of A. stylifer are found.


Fresh Material Favorable Environmental Condition Fresh Mate Mountain Grassland Mountain Community 
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