Cave invertebrate assemblages differ between native and exotic leaf litter

Blackwell Publishing
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Austral Ecology, 2008, 33 (3), pp. 271 - 277
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Allochtonous leaf litter is an important source of energy and nutrients for invertebrates in cave ecosystems. A change to the quality or quantity of litter entering caves has the potential to disrupt the structure and function of cave communities. In thi
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