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Abundance, richness, and diversity of myxomycetes in a neotropical forest ravine
Year:
1996
Source of publication :
Biotropica
Authors :
נסטל, דוד
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Volume :
28
Co-Authors:
Ogata, N., Departamento Flora de Veracruz
Rico-Gray, V., Depto. de Ecología Vegetal, Instituto de Ecología, A.C., Apdo. 63, Xalapa, VER 91000, Mexico
Nestel, D., Institute of Plant Protection, P.O. B. 6, Bet-Dagan 50250, Israel
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627
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635
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9
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Abstract:
We studied during 9 months the diversity, abundance, and richness of Myxomycetes growing on fallen logs in a ravine covered with tropical humid forest in México. We collected and described 951 specimens ascribed to 33 species and one variety. Corresponding, and 1 and 2 months shifted-back correlations, were done between diversity, abundance and richness, and the climatic variables. We found significant correlations between diversity and precipitation in corresponding form, and between diversity and temperature at 1 month shift-back. Abundance and richness were only significantly correlated with precipitation at 2 months shift-back. The results suggest a general induction of spore germination of the dominant species with the onset of rains coupled with the increase of environmental temperatures. Finally, we suggest that the scarcity of fruiting bodies in this type of ecosystem is due to the capacity of these organisms to stay for longer periods in a plasmodial rather than in the sporangial stage.
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Diversity
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myxomycete
Myxomycetes
México
rainfall
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tropics
Veracruz
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Ogata, N., Departamento Flora de Veracruz
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Nestel, D., Institute of Plant Protection, P.O. B. 6, Bet-Dagan 50250, Israel
Abundance, richness, and diversity of myxomycetes in a neotropical forest ravine
We studied during 9 months the diversity, abundance, and richness of Myxomycetes growing on fallen logs in a ravine covered with tropical humid forest in México. We collected and described 951 specimens ascribed to 33 species and one variety. Corresponding, and 1 and 2 months shifted-back correlations, were done between diversity, abundance and richness, and the climatic variables. We found significant correlations between diversity and precipitation in corresponding form, and between diversity and temperature at 1 month shift-back. Abundance and richness were only significantly correlated with precipitation at 2 months shift-back. The results suggest a general induction of spore germination of the dominant species with the onset of rains coupled with the increase of environmental temperatures. Finally, we suggest that the scarcity of fruiting bodies in this type of ecosystem is due to the capacity of these organisms to stay for longer periods in a plasmodial rather than in the sporangial stage.
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