Document Type

Peer-Review Article


The study compared effects of four distances between traps (range 0.5-4.0 m) on arthropod captures. Twelve traps were aligned in each of four transects, and 20 samples. trap were obtained during summer and fall in a northern Michigan deciduous forest. Catches proved to be unaffected by trap spacing. Rather, they reflected local within-site differences in abundance of dominant species.

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