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Thomas Merckx, Lorenzo Marini, Ruth E. Feber and David W. Macdonald Hedgerow trees and extended-width field margins enhance macro-moth diversity: implications for management Journal of Applied Ecology 49

Version of Record online: 1 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02211.x

Our results suggest that the presence of extended-width field margins and hedgerow trees, possibly promoted by agri-environment schemes targeting their implementation at relatively small spatial scales (0·8 km), may help mitigate negative effects of agricultural intensification on macro-moths. A wide range of other taxa feed on macro-moths and may therefore indirectly benefit from these features. Nevertheless, taxa differ widely in their mobility and measures mitigating biodiversity loss may need to be targeted at multiple spatial scales to maximize their effectiveness for multiple taxa.

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