Tropical nematode diversity: vertical stratification of nematode communities in a Costa Rican humid lowland rainforest.

@article{Powers2009TropicalND,
  title={Tropical nematode diversity: vertical stratification of nematode communities in a Costa Rican humid lowland rainforest.},
  author={Thomas O. Powers and Deborah A. Neher and Peter W. Mullin and Alejandro Esquivel and Robin M Giblin-Davis and Natsumi Kanzaki and S. Patricia Stock and Mauricio M. Mora and Lorena Uribe-Lor{\'i}o},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={985-96}
}
Comparisons of nematode communities among ecosystems have indicated that, unlike many organisms, nematode communities have less diversity in the tropics than in temperate ecosystems. There are, however, few studies of tropical nematode diversity on which to base conclusions of global patterns of diversity. This study reports an attempt to estimate nematode diversity in the lowland tropical rainforest of La Selva Biological Research Station in Costa Rica. We suggest one reason that previous… CONTINUE READING
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