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|Title:||Enchytraeids in two phytophysiognomies of Brazilian Cerrado.|
|Authors:||NIVA, C. C.|
MARCHAO, R. L.
MALAQUIAS, J. V.
ALCANTARA, D. R. F. de O.
GUEDES, A. E. C. B.
SCHMELZ, R. M.
|Affiliation:||CINTIA CARLA NIVA, CPAC; ROBELIO LEANDRO MARCHAO, CPAC; KARINA PULROLNIK, CPAC; DOUGLAS ALEXANDRE; JUACI VITORIA MALAQUIAS, CPAC; DGESSICA RAYANNE FRANCIS DE O. ALCANTARA; ANDRÉ ELIAS CAVALCANTI BEZERRA GUEDES; NATALIA DURÃES; RÜDIGER MARIA SCHMELZ.|
|Citation:||In: GLOBAL SYMPOSIUM ON SOIL BIODIVERSITY, 2021, Rome. Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity: Proceedings. Rome: FAO, 2021.|
|Description:||This is the first study on enchytraeid diversity in phytophysiognomies of the Brazilian Cerrado Biome carried out with standard sampling and extraction methods. Shrubby woodland (Cerrado sensu stricto, CSR) and gallery forest (MG) was sampled in the Brasilia Botanical Garden Ecological Station and the Brasilia National Park, respectively, with samplings performed at the end of the rainy season in 2017 and 2018. Enchytraeid population density in MG was higher than in CSR, reaching more than 30 thousand individuals/ m2 in MG and 5 thousand in CSR. Enchytraeid abundance was influenced by soil organic matter and moisture. So far, six genera and six potentially new species taxa were identified. Dominant genera were Guaranidrilus and Hemienchytraeus.|
|Type of Material:||Anais e Proceedings de eventos|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigo em anais de congresso (CPAC)|
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