Armadillidium


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Synonyms for Armadillidium

type genus of the Armadillidiidae

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At the Bar Harbor meeting, Thierry Rigaud of the University of Poitiers in France, reported finding the bacteria in the wood louse Armadillidium vulgare.
Armadillidium vulgare (Latreille) is a common European terrestrial isopod that has been introduced into many locations in the USA (Ellis et al.
Armadillidium vulgare activity had a strong effect on the chemistry of the mineral layer as indicated by increased pH level and content of available P, K, and N[O.
In a study of the effects of the non-native Isopod Armadillidium vulgare on soil organic matter decomposition and incorporation into the mineral soil of field microcosm in a central Florida hydric hardwood forest, that species was found to have an important effect on the transformation of the topsoil layer.
MEAN [+ or -] SD VALUES * OF CARBON CONTENT AND DRY MASS IN LEAF LITTER AND MINERAL SOIL LAYERS OF EXPERIMENTAL MICROCOSMS (MACROFAUNA NON-ACCESSIBLE; MACROFAUNA ACCESSIBLE; AND ARMADILLIDIUM VULGARE-COLONIZED) AT THE BEGINNING (INITIAL) AND AT THE END (FINAL) OF 3 MONTHS EXPOSURE (JUL 15 TO OCT 15, 2006) IN A CENTRAL FLORIDA HARDWOOD FOREST.