• Logging cuts the functional importance of invertebrates in tropical rainforest 

      Ewers, R.M.; Boyle, M.J.W.; Gleave, R.A.; Plowman, N.S.; Benedick, S.; Bernard, H.; Bishop, T.R.; Bakhtiar, E.Y.; Chey, V.K.; Chung, A.Y.C.; Davies, R.G.; Edwards, D.P.; Eggleton, P.; Fayle, T.M.; Hardwick, S.R.; Homathevi, R.; Kitching, R.L.; Khoo, M.S.; Luke, S.H.; March, J.J.; Nilus, R.; Pfeifer, M.; Rao, S.V.; Sharp, A.C.; Snaddon, J.L.; Stork, N.E.; Struebig, M.J.; Wearn, O.R.; Yusah, K.M.; Turner, E.C. (Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2015)
      Invertebrates are dominant species in primary tropical rainforests, where their abundance and diversity contributes to the functioning and resilience of these globally important ecosystems. However, more than one-third of ...