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Seasonal development and vertical distribution of soil rotifer populations in South-Bohemian beech forest
- 1.0327468 - BC-A 2010 RIV CZ eng C - Conference Paper (international conference)
Seasonal development and vertical distribution of soil rotifer populations in South-Bohemian beech forest.
Contributions to Soil Zoology in Central Europe III. Proceedings of the 9th Central European Workshop on Soil Zoology. České Budějovice: Institute of Soil Biology BC AS CR, 2009, s. 19-23. ISBN 978-80-86525-13-6.
[Contributions to Soil Zoology in Central Europe III. Central European Workshop on Soil Zoology /9./. České Budějovice (CZ), 17.04.2007-20.04.2007]
R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GP206/06/P405
Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60660521
Keywords : soil * rotifer community * bdelloids
Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour
The soil rotifer community in a climax beech forest in South Bohemia was investigated during 2005 focusing on seasonal and vertical distribution changes. Samples 10 cm2 large and 10 cm in depth were divided into 5 layers, which were processed separately. Altogether 31 rotifer species were determined during the investigation, of these 9 species were monogononts, while the rest were bdelloids. The most important species were Encentrum arvicola, Wierzejskiella vagneri among the monogononts and Adineta steineri, Ceratotrocha cornigera, Habrotrocha filum, H. ligula, Macrotrachela plicata, Mniobia tentans, M. incrassata, M. granulosa among the bdelloids. Mean Shannon diversity index varied from 1.99 to 2.63. Total rotifer abundance varied from 212 (± 63) to 513 (± 127) 103 ind. m-2 year-round, with the highest numbers found in May, while the lowest were in July.
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0174275