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A mixed forest ecosystem. 3. General characteristics of the soil macroarthropod populations



A mixed forest ecosystem. 3. General characteristics of the soil macroarthropod populations



Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 18(1): 39-58



Populations of macroarthropods in a mixed forest soil fluctuated during a two year period in parallel with fluctuations in rainfall, mainly owing to variations in the density of endopterigote insect larvae, which were the most numerous component. The total macroarthropod density was 1200 ind.m-2 in winter and 400 ind.m-2 in summer.

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