2019
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0619
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Diversity of soil spiders in land use and management systems in Santa Catarina, Brazil

Abstract: The ability of spiders to spread over contiguous areas (Arachnida: Araneae) is directly related to soil management conditions. The objective of this work was to study the effect of land use system (LUS) on the abundance and diversity of soil spider families and their relationship with soil physical and chemical properties. The evaluated LUS were: native forest, eucalyptus reforestation, pasture, crop-livestock integration, and no-tillage crop. Samples were collected in three municipalities of Southern Plateau … Show more

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“…MC comparados à área de cultivo do cafeeiro (CA) (Figura 2 e Tabela 3). As famílias de aranhas são afetadas pelo tipo de uso e manejo do solo, sendo mais abundantes em locais com menor intervenção humana, como relata o estudo deRosa et al (2019). Esses autores encontraram maior abundância de famílias de aranhas em áreas de floresta nativa, comparando-as com áreas de reflorestamento de eucalipto, integração lavoura-pecuária, plantio direto, pastagem e plantio convencional.…”
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“…MC comparados à área de cultivo do cafeeiro (CA) (Figura 2 e Tabela 3). As famílias de aranhas são afetadas pelo tipo de uso e manejo do solo, sendo mais abundantes em locais com menor intervenção humana, como relata o estudo deRosa et al (2019). Esses autores encontraram maior abundância de famílias de aranhas em áreas de floresta nativa, comparando-as com áreas de reflorestamento de eucalipto, integração lavoura-pecuária, plantio direto, pastagem e plantio convencional.…”
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“…Similarly, the Principal component analysis method was used by Rosa et al (2019) to study the diversity of soil spiders in land use and management systems in Santa Catarina, Brazil and evaluate the habitat specific occurrence of spider in native forest, eucalyptus reforestation, pasture, crop-livestock integration, and no-tillage crop. Schuldt et al (2008) also used PCA to analyse ground-living communities of spiders in deciduous forests with relationship between spider diversity and ecosystem function in Thuringia.…”
Section: Principal Component Analysis (Pca)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Schuldt et al (2008) used redundancy analysis (RDA) to study spider population and its association to environmental parameters viz., soil pH, lime, litter depth, herb cover and soil moisture in Communities of groundliving spiders in deciduous forests and found no significant correlation of species richness and above environmental variables. Rosa et al (2019) used redundancy analysis (RDA) to study spider population and its association to environmental parameters viz., organic matter, magnesium, resistance to root penetration, weighted mean diameter, microporosity, macroporosity, total organic carbon, aluminium, soil bulk density, calcium, biopores, nitrogen, soil moisture in western Santa Catarina, Mexico in winter and summer seasons.…”
Section: Redundancy Analysis (Rda)mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The presence of spiders in certain habitats is often associated with the structural quality of ecosystems, due to the biological control effect exerted by these arachnids on different invertebrate populations (Silva & Coddington 1996, Rosa et al 2019. Because most spiders are predators, it is believed that their richness and abundance reflect the richness and abundance of other arthropods belonging to lower trophic levels in the same environment (Nogueira et al 2006).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%