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A long term study of life cycles and population dynamics of Tullbergia yosii and Onychiurus decemsetosus (Collembola) in a pine forest soil



A long term study of life cycles and population dynamics of Tullbergia yosii and Onychiurus decemsetosus (Collembola) in a pine forest soil



Pedobiologia 253: 175-185



The life cycles and population dynamics of two species of Collembola living in a pine forest soil at Kamigamo Experimental Station in Japan were studied between 1971 and 1982. Life history patterns of the two species were similar and were characterized by a recruitment and growth period from May to December and an arrest of recruitment and growth in winter. O. decemsetosus Yosii had 3 generations a year and T. yosii Ruser appeared to have more than 4 generations a year.

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