Jakub Horak
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Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles
J Müller, H Brustel, A Brin, H Bussler, C Bouget, E Obermaier, ...
Ecography 38 (5), 499-509, 2015
Biodiversity of most dead wood-dependent organisms in thermophilic temperate oak woodlands thrives on diversity of open landscape structures
J Horak, S Vodka, J Kout, JP Halda, P Bogusch, P Pech
Forest Ecology and Management 315, 80-85, 2014
Green desert?: Biodiversity patterns in forest plantations
J Horák, T Brestovanská, S Mladenović, J Kout, P Bogusch, JP Halda, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 343-348, 2019
The species richness of click beetles in ancient pasture woodland benefits from a high level of sun exposure
J Horák, K Rébl
Journal of Insect Conservation 17, 307-318, 2013
Biodiversity responses to land use in traditional fruit orchards of a rural agricultural landscape
J Horak, A Peltanova, A Podavkova, L Safarova, P Bogusch, D Romportl, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 178, 71-77, 2013
Combined effects of drought stress and Armillaria infection on tree mortality in Norway spruce plantations
J Holuša, J Lubojacký, V Čurn, T Tonka, K Lukášová, J Horák
Forest ecology and management 427, 434-445, 2018
Insect ecology and veteran trees
J Horák
Journal of Insect Conservation 21, 1-5, 2017
Habitat preferences influencing populations, distribution and conservation of the endangered saproxylic beetle Cucujus cinnaberinus (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) at the landscape level
J Horák, E Vávrová, K Chobot
European Journal of Entomology 107 (1), 81, 2010
Saproxylic beetle thrives on the openness in management: a case study on the ecological requirements of Cucujus cinnaberinus from Central Europe
Insect Conservation and Diversity 5, 403-413, 2012
Response of saproxylic beetles to tree species composition in a secondary urban forest area
J Horák
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 10, 213-222, 2011
Historical disturbances determine current taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity of saproxylic beetle communities in temperate primary forests
D Kozák, M Svitok, M Wiezik, M Mikoláš, S Thorn, A Buechling, ...
Ecosystems 24 (1), 37-55, 2021
Dead wood dependent organisms in one of the oldest protected forests of Europe: investigating the contrasting effects of within-stand variation in a highly diversified environment
J Horák, J Kout, Š Vodka, DC Donato
Forest Ecology and Management 363, 229-236, 2016
Cucujus tulliae sp. n.–an endemic Mediterranean saproxylic beetle from genus Cucujus Fabricius, 1775 (Coleoptera, Cucujidae), and keys for identification of adults and larvae …
T Bonacci, A Mazzei, J Horák, P Brandmayr
ZooKeys 212, 63-79, 2012
Pollen specialists are more endangered than non-specialised bees even though they collect pollen on flowers of non-endangered plants
P Bogusch, E Bláhová, J Horák
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 14 (6), 759-769, 2020
Investigating the biodiversity of the forest strata: The importance of vertical stratification to the activity and development of saproxylic beetles in managed temperate …
R Plewa, T Jaworski, J Hilszczański, J Horák
Forest ecology and management 402, 186-193, 2017
Fragmented habitats of traditional fruit orchards are important for dead wood-dependent beetles associated with open canopy deciduous woodlands
J Horak
Naturwissenschaften 101 (6), 499-504, 2014
Hanging on by the tips of the tarsi: A review of the plight of the critically endangered saproxylic beetle in European forests
J Horák, K Chobot, J Horáková
Journal for Nature Conservation 20, 101-108, 2012
Worldwide distribution of saproxylic beetles of the genus Cucujus Fabricius, 1775 (Coleoptera: Cucujidae)
J Horák, K Chobot
Saproxylic beetles–Their role and diversity in European woodland and tree …, 2009
Ecologically similar saproxylic beetles depend on diversified deadwood resources: From habitat requirements to management implications
T Jaworski, R Plewa, G Tarwacki, K Sućko, J Hilszczański, J Horák
Forest Ecology and Management 449, 117462, 2019
Can rove beetles (Staphylinidae) be excluded in studies focusing on saproxylic beetles in central European beech forests?
G Parmain, C Bouget, J Müller, J Horak, MM Gossner, T Lachat, ...
Bulletin of entomological research 105 (1), 101-109, 2015
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