Antsiferov A.L.1, Sukhodolskaya R.A. 2, Vavilov D.N. 2 2020. [Impact of clear cutting and subsequent forest recovery on body size and population structure changes of the ground beetle Trechus secalis (Paykull, 1790)] // Euroasian Entomological Journal. Vol.19. No.6: 297–308 [in Russian, with English summary].
1 Kostroma Museum-Reserve, Prosp. Mira 7, Kostroma 156000 Russia. E-mail: email@example.com
2 The Institute of Problems in Ecology and Mineral Wealth, Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Daurskaya Str. 28, Kazan 420087 Russia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABSTRACT. Changes in environmental conditions impact on beetle functioning and cause variation of body part sizes. Connections between morphological variability in Trechus secalis (Paykull, 1790) adults and functional tendency of larval activity under micro-conditional transformation during natural forest recovery is revealed. The tendency of body parts to change their shape and size under annual changes of meteorological conditions impact upon the variability of beetle morphological parameters within the biotope under study.
KEY WORDS: ground beetles, cutting areas, reforestation, body size variation, dimensional parameter, population, micro-environment conditions, factor loads.