In these environments the terricolous
species use the soil and leaf litter as a breeding place during the non-flooded period and migrate later to tree trunks and regions of the forest canopy, where they remain during the flood periods (Adis & Mahnert, 1990a; Adis, 1997; Mahnert & Adis, 2002).
Habitats are abbreviated as: corticolous/lignicolous (C), saxicolous (S) and terricolous
Lignicolous (log), corticolous (Pinus slrobus cone); terricolous
According to the classification of lichens [4, 41], we identified 29 genera of lichens, 12 families and 6 orders 63 epiphytic species and 5 terricolous
species (3 genera of Cladonia and 2 genera of Roccella) were inventoried (Fig.
Dermatophytes have Human, Animal and Terricolous
When it is not feasible to use VM nets, any other method that allows overlapping at least two nets (sampling up to 4-5 m in height), such as articulated PVC (Meyers and Pardieck, 1993) or even long bamboo poles, would already help make the sampling less selective towards terricolous
It is often disregarded since it is limited to special habitats and taxonomic expertise is insufficient; usually only a limited number of the larger and more conspicuous terricolous
thallophyte species is included in releve species lists.
Eldridge DG (1996) Distribution and Floristics of Terricolous
Lichens in Soil Crusts in Arid and Semi-arid New South Wales.
Abdel-Azeem AM, Abdel-Moneim TS, Ibrahim ME, Hassan MAA, Saleh MY (2007) Effects of long-term heavy metal contamination on diversity of terricolous
fungi and nematodes in Egypt--a case study.
when the digging conditions for terricolous
lichens (Cladonia sp.
This cyanobacterial lichen is mainly terricolous
, with a thick thallus and submural spores.
Water distribution within terricolous
lichens revealed by scanning electron microscopy and its relevance in soil crust ecology.