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Migration and trophic structure in macroarthropod communities in eucalyptus litter



Migration and trophic structure in macroarthropod communities in eucalyptus litter



Naturalia Sao Paulo ( 17): 161-166



Migration rate and trophic structure of macroarthropod communities in Eucalyptus litter in various stages of decomposition was studied in a small Eucalyptus plantation in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1987. A total of 16 holes (0.5x0.5x0.3m) were dug and 25 litres of litter of same origin were added to each hole, and 5 kg of Chinese gooseberry fruits were added to each at a later stage to serve as additional organic matter.

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