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research-article | 21-October-2020

Optimizing for taxonomic coverage: a comparison of methods to recover mesofauna from soil

Nematodes occupy trophic levels in a food web that includes natural enemies such as nematophagous fungi (Kaya and Koppenhöfer, 1996), ectoparasitic bacteria (Enright and Griffin, 2005; El-Borai et al., 2005), and soil microarthropods (Walter and Ikonen, 1989). Mites, springtails, and other microarthropods are major components of soil biodiversity and food web function. Numerous reports indicate that these generalist predators dominate the higher trophic levels that regulate virtually all

Alexandros Dritsoulas, Larry W. Duncan

Journal of Nematology, Volume 52 , 1–9

research-article | 30-November-2020

Reclaimed desert habitats favor entomopathogenic nematode and microarthropod abundance compared to ancient farmlands in the Nile Basin

identify microarthropods that might differentially modulate the abundance of EPNs in the two regions. Materials and methods Soil sampling and chemical analysis Soil and root samples were collected from El-Beheira and Al-Qalyubia governorates in Egypt during 2018 and 2019 season. The GPS coordinates of six orchards sampled in El-Beheira were: 30°36‘49.8“N, 30°32‘21.3“E (four samples); 30°38‘14.7“N, 30°33‘47.1“E (eight samples); 30°38‘07.5“N, 30°33‘43.7“E (six samples); 30°39‘25.2“N, 30°35‘06.6“E (four

Alexandros Dritsoulas, Fahiem E. El-Borai, Ibrahim E. Shehata, Mostafa M. Hammam, Ramadan M. El-Ashry, Moawad M. Mohamed, Mahfouz M. Abd-Elgawad, Larry W. Duncan

Journal of Nematology, Volume 53 , 1–13

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