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Quantifying variation of soil arthropods using different sampling protocols: is diversity affected?Author(s): María Fernanda Barberena-Arias; Grizelle Gonzalez; Elvira Cuevas
Source: Pages 51-70 in: Sudarshana, P.; Nageswara-Rao, M.; and Soneji, J.R., eds. Tropical Forests. Intech (online publisher)
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationBarberena-Arias, María Fernanda; Gonzalez, Grizelle; Cuevas, Elvira. 2012. Quantifying variation of soil arthropods using different sampling protocols: is diversity affected? Pages 51-70 in: Sudarshana, P.; Nageswara-Rao, M.; and Soneji, J.R., eds. Tropical Forests. Intech (online publisher)
Keywordsarthropods, litter, soil, species composition, methodology, Puerto Rico, soil sampling, litter sampling, arthropod sampling
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