Senckenberg Research

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lumbricidae enchytraeidae Anatonchus_tridentatus oppiella nova neojordensia_levis collembola Chilopoda_Cryptops parisi ommatoiulus sabulosus (L.,1758) Trachelipus_ratzeburgi
                 
                 
– Nematoda –
     
Scientist: pfeil Dr. Karin Hohberg
     
Institution:   Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz
     
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Nematoda

Mononchus_spNematodes (threadworms) are the richest group within the kingdom of multicellular organisms regarding number of species and individuals. They can be found in almost every terrestrial, limnic and marine biotope and subsist on plants, bacteria, fungi, fungal spores or are predatory on other animals and even nematodes.

Eisenback_MononchoideaFree living, non-parasitic nematodes are of vital importance for the functionality of soils. They vary in sensitivity to pollutants and ecological disturbances and are therefore well suited as ecological indicators for monitoring and evaluation of agricultural as well as natural areas.
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