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Li G, Geisen S (2023): Global_Nematode. v1.2. Laboratory of Nematology. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.nlbif.nl/resource?r=global_nematode&v=1.2
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Nematode; community composition; trophic group; biogeography; global scale
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This global nematode sampling sites range a large geographic gradient.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-78.09, -149.6], North East [78.12, 177.16]|
Nematodes classified in group level fungivores, bacteriovores.....
The sampling was collected from topsoil or different soil gradient at the global scale.
|Study Extent||The current dataset is the sampling events, with potential random effects.|
Method step description:
- Firstly collected fresh soil samples, after removing the little stones or roots. Using the various approaches to extract soil nematodes.