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Temperature-controlled under-water egg dormancy and postflood hatching in Isotoma viridis (Collembola) as forms of adaptation to annual long-term flooding
  • J. Tamm
  • Environmental Science
  • 2004
SummaryIncubation experiments with eggs of a population of Isotoma viridis, which is exposed to annual long-term flooding from about April to July, as well as field observations show that temperature
Surviving long submergence in the egg stage—a successful strategy of terrestrial arthropods living on flood plains (Collembola, Acari, Diptera)
  • J. Tamm
  • Biology
  • 1 March 1984
SummarySampling experiments show that some terrestrial arthropod species which predominate on the flood plains of Eder Reservoir (Germany) survive long-term inundations in the egg stage under water,