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Matter transfer by zoophagous carabid communities was studied in three forest habitats differing in respect of participation of spring and autumn breeders in the biomass production of the carabid community. Prevalence of biomass production of autumn breeders over that of spring breeders caused a relatively low rate of matter transfer, and small energy loss per unit of the community biomass production, as compared with the community in which spring breeders participated most in such production. The entire amount of biomass transferred by the community to the subsequent trophic levels was independent of the ratio of the autumn to the spring breeder production.
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