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Références bibliographiques

• Buri, P., Arlettaz, R., & Humbert, J. Y. (2013). Delaying mowing and leaving uncut refuges boosts orthopterans in extensively managed meadows: evidence drawn from field-scale experimentation. Agriculture, ecosystems & environment, 181, 22-30.

• Chollet, S., Brabant, C., Tessier, S., & Jung, V. (2018). From urban lawns to urban meadows: Reduction of mowing frequency increases plant taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity. Landscape and Urban Planning, 180, 121-124.

• Garbuzov, M., Fensome, K. A., & Ratnieks, F. L. (2015). Public approval plus more wildlife: twin benefits of reduced mowing of amenity grass in a suburban public park in Saltdean, UK. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 8(2), 107-119.

• Li, J., Zhang, Q., Li, Y., Liu, J., Pan, H., Guan, X., … & Di, H. (2017). Impact of mowing management on nitrogen mineralization rate and fungal and bacterial communities in a semiarid grassland ecosystem. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 17(6), 1715-1726.

• Humbert, J. Y., Pellet, J., Buri, P., & Arlettaz, R. (2012). Does delaying the first mowing date benefit biodiversity in meadowland?. Environmental Evidence, 1(1), 9.

• Sehrt, M., Bossdorf, O., Freitag, M., & Bucharova, A. (2020). Less is more! Rapid increase in plant species richness after reduced mowing in urban grasslands. Basic and Applied Ecology, 42, 47-53.

• Wastian, L., Unterweger, P. A., & Betz, O. (2016). Influence of the reduction of urban lawn mowing on wild bee diversity (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Journal of Hymenoptera Research, 49, 51.