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Larval Substrates of Herminiine Noctuids (Lepidoptera): Macrodecomposers of Temperate Leaf Litter

Decaying Invertebrate Carcasses Increase Growth of Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae) When Leaf Litter Resources Are Limiting

Anaerobic activities of bacteria and fungi in moderately acidic conifer and deciduous leaf litter

Structural and functional variation in soil fungal communities associated with litter bags containing maize leaf

Temperature affects leaf litter decomposition in low-order forest streams: field and microcosm approaches

Influence of leaf litter moisture on the efficiency of the Winkler method for extracting ants

The impact of coffee and pasture agriculture on predatory and omnivorous leaf-litter ants

Shuffling Leaf Litter Samples Produces More Accurate and Precise Snapshots of Terrestrial Arthropod Community Composition

Relationship Between Ambient and Leaf Litter Temperatures in Overwintering Habitats of Boll Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Soil and leaf litter metaproteomics—a brief guideline from sampling to understanding

Variations in leaf litter decomposition across contrasting forest stands and controlling factors at local scale

Simulated browsing affects leaf shedding phenology and litter quality of oak and birch saplings

Assessment of allometric algorithms for estimating leaf biomass, leaf area index and litter fall in different-aged Sitka spruce forests

Litter quality and decomposability of species from a Mediterranean succession depend on leaf traits but not on nitrogen supply


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The accumulation of dead leaves and vegetation on a soil surface or forest floor.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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