Sascha Buchholz
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Impacts of invasive plants on resident animals across ecosystems, taxa, and feeding types: a global assessment
J Schirmel, M Bundschuh, MH Entling, I Kowarik, S Buchholz
Global Change Biology 22 (2), 594-603, 2016
Ground spider assemblages as indicators for habitat structure in inland sand ecosystems
S Buchholz
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (9), 2565-2595, 2010
Biodiversity functions of urban cemeteries: Evidence from one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe
I Kowarik, S Buchholz, M von der Lippe, B Seitz
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 19, 68-78, 2016
Life-history trait and functional diversity patterns of ground beetles and spiders along a coastal heathland successional gradient
J Schirmel, I Blindow, S Buchholz
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (7), 606-614, 2012
Effect of the colour of pitfall traps on their capture efficiency of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae), spiders (Araneae) and other arthropods.
S Buchholz, AM Jess, F Hertenstein, J Schirmel
European Journal of Entomology 107 (2), 2010
Impact of the invasive moss Campylopus introflexus on carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spiders (Araneae) in acidic coastal dunes at the southern Baltic Sea
J Schirmel, L Timler, S Buchholz
Biological invasions 13 (3), 605-620, 2011
Disentangling urban habitat and matrix effects on wild bee species
LK Fischer, J Eichfeld, I Kowarik, S Buchholz
PeerJ 4, e2729, 2016
Carabid beetles and spiders as bioindicators for the evaluation of montane heathland restoration on former spruce forests
F Borchard, S Buchholz, F Helbing, T Fartmann
Biological Conservation 178, 185-192, 2014
Capture efficiency of pitfall traps is highly affected by sampling interval
J Schirmel, S Lenze, D Katzmann, S Buchholz
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 136 (2), 206-210, 2010
Tree cover mediates the effect of artificial light on urban bats
TM Straka, M Wolf, P Gras, S Buchholz, CC Voigt
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 91, 2019
Functional ecology of wild bees in cities: towards a better understanding of trait-urbanization relationships
S Buchholz, MH Egerer
Biodiversity and Conservation, 2020
Trait composition and functional diversity of spiders and carabids in linear landscape elements
J Schirmel, J Thiele, MH Entling, S Buchholz
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 235, 318-328, 2016
Emerging urban forests: Opportunities for promoting the wild side of the urban green infrastructure
I Kowarik, A Hiller, G Planchuelo, B Seitz, M von der Lippe, S Buchholz
Sustainability 11 (22), 6318, 2019
Effects of a major tree invader on urban woodland arthropods
S Buchholz, H Tietze, I Kowarik, J Schirmel
PloS one 10 (9), e0137723, 2015
Response of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spiders (Araneae) to coastal heathland succession
J Schirmel, S Buchholz
Biodiversity and conservation 20 (7), 1469-1482, 2011
Invasive moss alters patterns in life-history traits and functional diversity of spiders and carabids
J Schirmel, S Buchholz
Biological Invasions 15 (5), 1089-1100, 2013
Wild bees in urban grasslands: Urbanisation, functional diversity and species traits
S Buchholz, AK Gathof, AJ Grossmann, I Kowarik, LK Fischer
Landscape and Urban Planning 196, 103731, 2020
Do covers influence the capture efficiency of pitfall traps?
S Buchholz, K Hannig
European Journal of Entomology 106 (4), 2009
The spider fauna of the Aladjagiola wetland complex (Nestos Delta, north-east Greece): a reflection of a unique zoogeographical transition zone in Europe
M Schroeder, M Chatzaki, S Buchholz
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102 (1), 217-233, 2011
Is pitfall trapping a valuable sampling method for grassland Orthoptera?
J Schirmel, S Buchholz, T Fartmann
Journal of Insect Conservation 14 (3), 289-296, 2010
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