NATURAMA Lecture: Living Wood. Variety of wood beetles
In many places, the forest landscape of the Swiss National Park is characterized by a wild jumble of trees of all ages as well as countless dried, overturned and dead tree trunks. But these supposedly dead trees are full of life: In addition to a large number of fungal species, the wood beetles belong to the most species-rich group of this microcosm. They are involved in wood mining in a variety of ways. Of the 6,400 beetle species found in Switzerland, more than a quarter are wood beetles that need deadwood for their survival. For several years, Remo Wild has been studying the wood beetle fauna in the national park. In his lecture, he gives an insight into the hidden life of these beetles, which play a central role in our forests. | The Auditorium Schlossstall of the Swiss National Park is located directly next to the castle. 10 minutes from the train station.
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