Jodis lactearia, a moth of the Geometridae family that commonly occurs in deciduous woodland, resting in a floodplain forest in eastern Austria. Terrestrial arthropod communities, like moth assemblages, usually consist of very large species numbers. Massive structural redundancies in these assemblages show that only a few species are sufficient to reflect species turnover patterns in the overall community. Photo taken by Christine Truxa, May 2010.
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