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Community organization in the soil invertebrates of Alaskan arctic tundra



Community organization in the soil invertebrates of Alaskan arctic tundra



Ecological Bulletins Stockholm (25): 90-101



The soil invertebrate communities are strongly dominated by Enchytraeidae, which make up 65% of the total invertebrate biomass. The number of species of Acarina and Collembola is quite small. In both groups there is a strong element of holarctic or cosmopolitan species. Collembola show strong dominance by two species of Folsomia, with only weak between-habitat community differentiation. There is no evidence of within-habitat segregation of the two dominant Folsomia species.

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