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Predation of Natural Populations of Free-Living Nematodes By Fungi 1)

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Ein kleiner Teil aus Waldstreu isolierter freilebender Nematoden war von verschiedenen Pilzarten infiziert. Die Ergebnisse bestätigen, dass räuberisch lebende Pilze in einer natürlichen Nematodenpopulation sehr aktiv sind. In Kürze sollen quantitative Untersuchungen dieser Aktivität veröffentlicht werden. Die häufigste Infektion erfolgt durch Hyphen oder kleine, runde Körper (2,5 bis 13 μ im Durchmesser), die oft mit Pilzen in Gemeinschaft leben. Einige Nematoden fangen sich in Schlingen, andere werden von sporenbildenden Pilzen, einschliesslich Harposporium oxycorarcum, infiziert. Abgesehen von dieser Art war eine Identifizierung der Pilze bisher nicht möglich.

Affiliations: 1: The Nature Conservancy, Merlewood Research Station, Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire, England


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