TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SAPROPHAGOUS»
The term «saprophagous» is used very little and occupies the 166.489
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SAPROPHAGOUS»
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Assessment of Species Diversity in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone
... Licneremaeoidea Scutoverticidae Dry litter Unknown 0/5 Licneremaeoidea
Dendroeremaeidae Canopy Fungivorous 0/2 Oripodoidea Parakalummidae
Litter Saprophagous 4/12 Oripodoidea Scheloribatidae Soil, litter, canopy
Donald F. McAlpine, Ian M. Smith, 2010
The Insects and Plants of a Moist Woods on the Piedmont ...
Termitidae 1 Saprophagous Carabidae 7 Predacious Staphylinidae 2 Predaciftus
and saprophagous 1 Predacious 1 " Elateridae 3 Saprophagous, varied 1
Predacious and saprophagous Nitidulidae 2 Predacious, varied Cucujidae 3 ...
Harry Bischoff Weiss, Erdman West, 1922
Journal of the New York Entomological Society
Hymenoptera . Saprophagous Predacious Predacious and saprophagous
Predacious Saprophagous, varied Predacious and saprophagous Predacious,
varied Saprophagous Phytophagous Saprophagous ? Saprophagous
The Frit Flies (Chloropidae, Diptera) of Fennoscandia and ...
... or saprophagous saprophagous phytophagous phytophagous and
saprophagous phytophagous phytosaprophagous phytosaprophagous
mycetophagous saprophagous (xylophagous) and necrophagous saprophagous
and necrophagous ...
Emilia Nartshuk, Hugo Andersson (†), 2013
Advances in Ecological Research
VI. SAPROPHAGOUS. ARTHROPODA: THE. LITTER. TRANSFORMERS. A.
Niche Mesofauna and non-social large litter arthropods live in the air-filled pore-
space of soil and litter; the smallest live inside the soil in cracks and crevices, the
Mushrooms: Cultivation, Nutritional Value, Medicinal Effect, ...
In connection with mushroom cultivation in the past, the nematodes were
commonly placed in two groups: ( 1 ) the saprophagous or microphagous
nematodes and (2) the mycophagous nematodes. As the name implies, the
Philip G. Miles, Shu-Ting Chang, 2004
Agricultural Insect Pests of Temperate Regions and Their Control
Biologically and ecologically the two families can scarcely be separated, if at all;
many larvae are saprophagous, feeding on dead organic matter both plant and
animal, thus it is not surprising to find many synanthropic species. But some ...
Soil arthropods include saprophagous animals, which utilise dead plant material,
as well as carnivorous animals. Millipedes are saprophagous soil arthropods,
whereas centipedes are carnivorous. The mites include both carnivorous and ...
Systema Naturae 250 - The Linnaean Ark
The new species added since 2003 essentially continue this trend: they tend to
be saprophagous species or parasitoids. A significant portion of the new species
identified thus far are scuttle flies (Diptera: Phoridae). They are extremely ...
Volume 1: Morphology and Systematics (Archostemata, ...
Less attention has been focused on saprophagy than on mycophagy, but it has
become clear that far fewer staphylinids than once thought are truly
saprophagous. As pointed out by Voris (1934), early workers and casual
observers have often ...
Rolf G. Beutel, Richard Leschen, 2005
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