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

Balogh, P., Gergócs, Veronika, Farkas, E., Farkas, P., 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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