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Title: Influence of different cropping systems on the density of terrestrial invertebrates in varzea soils of central Amazonia
Other Titles: Influencia de diferentes sistemas de cultivos na densidade populacional de invertebrados terrestres em solo de varzea da Amazonia Central
Authors: Oliveira, E. P. de
Keywords: Acari
Banana
Cocoa
Collembola
Diplopod
Isopod
Quiabo
Várzea
Amazonia
Brasil
South America
Abelmoschus
Abelmoschus Esculentus
Acari
Collembola
Diplopoda
Eugenia
Eugenia Malaccencis
Euterpe Oleracea
Euterpe Oleracea
Hevea Brasiliensis
Hevea Brasiliensis
Hibiscus
Hibiscus Esculentus
Invertebrata
Isopoda
Mangifera Indica
Mangifera Indica
Musa Sapientum
Musa X Paradisiaca
Theobroma Cacao
Theobroma Cacao
Issue Date: 1993
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Amazoniana
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 12, Número 3-4, Pags. 495-508
Abstract: Examined monocultures of cocoa Theobroma cacao and quiabo Hibiscus esculentus, mixed cultures of Mangifera indica, Eugenia malaccencis, Euterpe oleracea, rubber Hevea brasiliensis and banana Musa sapientum; a pasture; and forest as control area. Results indicated a dominance by Acari in the five habitats, with a greater percentage in the H. esculentus monoculture (86.52%) and in pasture (80.50%). Collembola is the second group, with an expressive density in forest (27.52%). Presence of Diplopoda and Isopoda in T. cacao and H. esculentus (1.46% and 0.64%, respectively) is particularly important due to their role as primary decomposers in forest habitats. -from English summary
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