Collembola

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The occurrence of collembolans in the nests of fungus-growing ants is possibly beneficial to the growth of the symbiotic fungus.
Smith W (2004) Effects of organic matter removal, soil compaction, and vegetation control on Collembolan population.
contrast collembolans could disperse actively and passively via different vectors (Binns 1982; Szymkowiak et al.
The present study showed that the number of bacterivorous nematodes and collembolans increased quickly in response to external input.
Bat Guano Communities--The guano piles in Haile Cave were visibly teeming with invertebrates: Macrocheles penicilliger, the leiodid beetle Prionochaeta opaca, the pseudoscorpion Hesperochernes mirabilis, three species of collembolans (Pseudosinella aera, Tomocerus bidentatus, Onychiurus sp.
The following 19 species are added to the list of Arkansas endemics: two fungi, three gastropods, one araneid, two opilionids, two pseudoscorpions, one diplopod, three collembolans, two trichopterans, one coleopteran, one dipteran, and one hymenopteran.
The collembolan Pachytullbergia scabra Bonet (Collembola: Pachytullbergiidae) was present on the epiphytic corticolous thalli of the lichen species Pseudocyphellaria granulata (C.
Collembolans (springtails) graze on soil bacteria and fungi.
While snow fleas are springtails that are adapted to dwell in cold regions and may be observed frolicking in the snow, collembolans occur in virtually all habitats around the globe.
The matter focuses on an order of minuscule hexapods called collembolans, or springtails, which includes thousands of species.
Species of collembolans, which reproduce at a high rate when organic material is around, are probably important prey.
Collembolans were sparse, except in August when an average of 35 000 individuals/[m.
We also have observed substantially more collembolans in surface soils of unbrowsed plots compared with browsed plots (R.
Fungal odour discrimination in two sympatric species of fungivorous collembolans.