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Oribatid assemblies of tropical high mountains on some points of the “Gondwana-Bridge” – a case study

Balogh, P. and Gergócs, Veronika and Farkas, E. and Farkas, P. and Hufnagel, Levente and Kocsis, Márton (2008) Oribatid assemblies of tropical high mountains on some points of the “Gondwana-Bridge” – a case study. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 6 (3). pp. 127-158.

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Abstract

This work is the first part of a series of studies, which introduces the methodological possibilities of coenological and zoogeographical indication and – following the climate, vegetation and elevation zones – the pattern-describing analysis of the main Oribatid sinusia of the world explored till our days.This current work is a case-study, which displays the comparison of 9 examination sites from 3 different geographical locations. On each location, three vegetation types have been examined: a plain rain-forest, a mossforest and a mountainous paramo. Analyses are based on the hitherto non-published genus-level database and coenological tables of the deceased János Balogh professor. Occurrence of 18 genera is going to be published as new data for the given zoogeographical region.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Oribatid mites, rainforest, mossforest, paramo, Costa Rica, Brazil, Papua New-Guinea, similarity pattern, coenology, community, assembly
Subjects:Ecology
ID Code:1383
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:21 Nov 2013 14:49
Last Modified:21 Nov 2013 14:49

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