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Effect of Vegetation Types on the Distribution of Soil Invertebrates
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Effect of Vegetation Types on the Distribution of Soil Invertebrates
Kim, Myung-Hyun; Bang, Hea-Son; Han, Min-Su; Hong, Hey-Kyoung; Na, Young-Eun; Kang, Kee-Kyung; Lee, Jeong-Taek; Lee, Deog-Bae;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to investigate whether differences in the distribution of soil invertebrates among different vegetation types (forest, reservoir, and crop land types) in rural area. A total of 18 orders and 137 species were collected by pitfall traps. Species numbers were the lowest (33 species) at the Chamaecyparis obtusa plantation (St. 6). On the forest sites, the individual number of Hymenoptera was the most abundant, and Acari and Coleoptera was the relatively more abundant than the other sites. On the reservoir sites (Salix chaenomeloides community), the individual number of Collembola was the most abundant, and Diptera was the relatively more abundant than the other sites. On the crop land sites, the individual numbers of Collembola, Hymenoptera, and Araneae were the relatively more abundant than the other orders. The density of Araneae was higher in the reservoir and crop land sites than in the forest sites. From a point of view of biodiversity, although the diversity index(H') was the highest in the mixed broad-leaved forest type (St. 2) with Quercus serrata and Q. acutissima, and the lowest in the upland levee of crop land(St. 11), there was no significant difference among the habitat or vegetation types. According to the community analysis, the soil invertebrates could be divided into 4 groups, the mixed broad-leaved forest type (A group), the plantation or pure forest type (B group), the reservoir type (C group), and the crop land type (D group).
 Keywords
Arthropod;biodiversity;community analysis;habitat type;soil invertebrate;vegetation;
 Language
Korean
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