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Introducing orthopteroid insects (other than termites) and the soil


, : Introducing orthopteroid insects (other than termites) and the soil. Tropical Zoology (1, Special Issue): 61-82

The orthopteroid insect orders Blattodea, Notoptera, Dermaptera, Zoraptera, and Embioptera are discussed with special regard to their general relationships with soil and/or litter. What is known or surmised about their roles in humification and soil formation is summarized.


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