Collection of terrestrial amphipods using a yellow pan trap

in Crustaceana
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Collection of terrestrial amphipods using a yellow pan trap

in Crustaceana

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    A, the sampling site: A subtropical rainforest floor alongside a road on Mount Yonaha, Okinawa, Japan; B, setting up yellow pan traps at a sampling site close to and in a similar habitat to the site where the present study was conducted; note that the white arrows indicate the position of the traps; C, a yellow pan trap containing trapped landhoppers; D, collected landhoppers.

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