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cOMUnIDaDe De neMat OIDes eM DIFeRentes FORMaÇÕes vegetaIs eM UM ecOssIsteMa cOsteIRO De RESTINGA nO BRasIL

  title={cOMUnIDaDe De neMat OIDes eM DIFeRentes FORMaÇ{\~O}es vegetaIs eM UM ecOssIsteMa cOsteIRO De RESTINGA nO BRasIL},
  author={Eduardo Ariel Mondino and Orlando Carlos Huertas Tavares and Adriana França Figueira and N. B. Souza and Ricardo Luiz Louro Berbara},
Mondino, E. A., O. C. H. Tavares, A. F. Figueira, N. B. Souza, and R. L. L. Berbara. 2011. Nematode communities in different vegetation types in a coastal ecosystem of Restinga in Brazil. Nematropica 41:229-239. Restinga da Marambaia is an emerged sandbar located between Sepetiba Bay and the South Atlantic Ocean in the state of Rio de Janeiro on the southeastern coast of Brazil. This sandbar is occupied by a set of physiognomically distinct plant communities under marine and fluviomarine… Expand


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