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1. Occurrence of Antarctic and sun-Antarctic collembola: Summary DB [TERAUDS_ANT_COLL_REVIEW]   PARENT DIF
The occurrence of collembola(springtails) in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic was reviewed using published and unpublished sources. These data were compiled into a summary database. Where possible ...


2. Extreme Glacial Legacies: A Synthesis of the Antarctic Springtail Phylogeographic Record [ASAC_2355_phylogeographic]
Some, or all, of the raw data for this project have been sourced from the Australian Antarctic Division Biodiversity Database. Taken from the abstract of the referenced paper: We review current ...


3. Diversity Changes in Soil Mesofauna (Springtails and Oribatid Mites) in the Subarctic (Abisko Swedish Lapland) [SOIL_INVERTEBRATES_ARCTIC_KRAB_IPY213_NL]
Northern peatlands have been globally important accumulators of carbon as plant litter and older soil organic matter. As climate changes, the decomposition rates of these peatlands and consequently ...


4. Genetic sequencing of terrestrial invertebrates along the latitudinal range of the Ross Dependency to determine patterns of biodiversity, phylogenetic relationships and levels of gene flow among populations [K028_1999_2008_NZ_1]
Molecular techniques (allozyme electrophoresis and mitochondrial gene sequencing) were used to characterise the Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity along the latitudinal range of the Ross Dependency ...


5. The ecology and physiology of Antarctic invertebrates at Cape Bird [K140_1997_2000_NZ_1]
The effect of temperature on the terrestrial arthropod fauna at Cape Bird was investigated. The work was carried out over three field season and the site was visited for three periods during each ...


6. Microclimate temperatures at Cape Hallett [K140_2002_2003_NZ_3]
Replicated microclimate temperatures recorded at 10-min intervals in representative habitats for Collembola Arthropods at Cape Hallett, Antarctica over 2002/2003 summer.


7. Physiology of Arthropods (Collembola) at Cape Hallett [K140_2002_2003_NZ_2]
Environmental physiology of three species of springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola): (1) Isotoma klovstadi (Isotomidae), (2) Cryptopygus cisantarcticus (Isotomidae) and (3) Friesia grisea ...


8. The distribution of terrestrial invertebrates at Cape Hallett [K140_2002_2003_NZ_1]
A survey of the terrestrial invertebrates of the ice free areas at Cape Hallett was conducted over three spatial scales: 1) A site-wide survey of the soil and under-stone arthropods of the Cape Hallett ...


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