2019
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2018-0618
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Abstract: The aim of this work was to evaluate the soil quality of native forest, eucalyptus plantations, pasture, integrated crop-livestock, and no-tillage systems, correlating the morphological diversity of springtails with physical and chemical soil properties. Springtail samples were captured from soils of the southern plateau of the State of Santa Catarina in Brazil, during winter and summer, by using Pitfall traps, using a 3 × 3 point grid. The morphotyping of springtails consisted of the observation of five trait… Show more

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“…It was present in 15% of the reviewed studies. From this total, half (seven out of 14) have assessed several taxa and the other half have focused on a specific taxon, such as springtails (Machado et al, 2019; Oliveira Filho et al., 2016; Ortiz et al., 2019; Santos, et al., 2018), ants (Crepaldi et al., 2014), beetles (Pompeo et al., 2017) and earthworms (Simioni et al., 2016). Springtail morphotyping, an alternative to traditional taxonomy, was proven to be an efficient tool to assess soil biological quality in integrated crop–livestock systems.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was present in 15% of the reviewed studies. From this total, half (seven out of 14) have assessed several taxa and the other half have focused on a specific taxon, such as springtails (Machado et al, 2019; Oliveira Filho et al., 2016; Ortiz et al., 2019; Santos, et al., 2018), ants (Crepaldi et al., 2014), beetles (Pompeo et al., 2017) and earthworms (Simioni et al., 2016). Springtail morphotyping, an alternative to traditional taxonomy, was proven to be an efficient tool to assess soil biological quality in integrated crop–livestock systems.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Para muitos alunos, esta atividade prática oportunizou o primeiro contato e a visualização de colêmbolos. No contexto ambiental, foi proporcionado os alunos a compreensão do importante papel ecológico desempenhado pelos colêmbolos, e associar a presença de determinados morfotipos de colêmbolos com agroecossistemas mais resilientes (MACHADO et al, 2019;GRUSS et al, 2019). Nas placas, principalmente NSCA é possível identificar grande predominância de colêmbolos.…”
Section: Resultsunclassified
“…Embora estudos demonstrem o papel dos artrópodes como bioindicadores da conservação de áreas, esse potencial ainda tem sido pouco explorado (GERLACH; SAMWAYS; PRYKE, 2013). Entre os artrópodes que podem ser considerados como bioindicadores estão os colêmbolos, sendo que ambientes mais conservados e com maior umidade no solo são mais adequados para o seu desenvolvimento (MACHADO et al, 2019). A abundância de colêmbolos tende a aumentar com o avanço da sucessão ecológica em ambientes florestais (ARENHARDT; VITORINO; MARTINS, 2021).…”
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