The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition

Sebastian Seibold*, Werner Rammer, Torsten Hothorn, Rupert Seidl, Micheal D Ulyshen, Janina Lorz, Marc W. Cadotte, David B. Lindemayer, Yagya P. Adhikari, Roxana Aragon, Soyeon Bae, Petr Baldrian, Hassan Barimani Varandi, Jos Barlow, Claus Bässler, Jacques Beauchêne, Erika Berenguer, Rodrigo S. Bergamin, Tone Birkemoe, Gergely BorosRoland Brandl, Hervé Brustel, Philip J. Burton, Yvonne T. Cakpo-Tossou, Jorge Castro, Eugénie Cateau, Tyler P. Cobb, Nina Farwig, Romina D. Fernández, Kee Sen Gan, Jennifer Firn, Grizelle González, Martin M. Gossner, Jan C. Habel, Christian Hébert, Christoph Heibl, Osmo Heikkala, Andreas Hemp, Claudia Hemp, Joakim Hjältén, Stefan Hotes, Jari Kouki, Thibault Lachat, Jie Liu, Yu Liu, Ya-huang Lou, Damasa M. Macandog, Pablo E. Martina, Sharif A. Makul, Baatarbileg Nachin, Kurtis Nisbet, John O'Halloran, ANNE OXBROUGH, Jeev Nath Pandey, Tomáš Pavlíček, Stephen M. Pawson, Jacques S. Rakotondranary, Jean-Baptiste Ramanamanjato, Liana Rossi, Jürgen Schmidl, Mark Schulze, Stephen Seaton, Marisa J. Stone, Nigel E. Stork, Byambagerel Suran, Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, Simon Thorn, Ganesh Thyagarajan, Timothy J. Wardlaw, Wolfgang W. Weisser, Sungsoo Joon, Niali Zhang, Jörg Müller

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