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Artikel S. Shimano et al.

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Satoshi Shimano Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Miyagi 980-0845, Japan
Hosei University, Science Research Center, Tokyo, 102-8160, Japan


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Yuka Onodera Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Miyagi 980-0845, Japan

 
Manfred Wanner Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg,
Department Ecology, 03013 Cottbus, Germany
 

 

Testate amoebae collected from moss on urban buildings with different age, height and distance to a possible source habitat – are there obvious colonization patterns?


Abstract

Testate amoebae cultures were analyzed from moss samples collected at seven buildings of different age, height, and distance to a putative source habitat in Sendai City, Japan. In total, 13 amoeba taxa colonized buildings. We discussed causes as air currents, animals, or human activities. Neither amoebae from adjacent buildings, nor taxa from buildings with the same age or moss species were grouped by a cluster analysis, pointing to rather stochastic colonization patterns.

Keywords

terrestrial protists | resource of urban biodiversity | urban habitat colonization | moss on the roof | Japan


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