Sampling event

lumbricidaeofkalunga

Latest version published by University of Lagos on 21 June 2021 University of Lagos
Earthworms are used as bioindicators of health and quality of soil. This data was mobilized from Kaluga Oblast province in Russia. The study was from three locality- Ugra National Park and Kaluzhskiye Zaseki Nature Reserve (Northern and Southern cluster). The event took place from 03/05/2006 to 2006-05-03 and from 2nd August 2003 and 25th September 2012. Sampling protocol used was Digging-out and hand-sorting (by layers) of the soil samples of 25 * 25 cm and a depth of c. 35 cm. In all, 6944 specimens from Class Clitellata, order Crassiclitellata, family Lumbricidae were cleaned. The genera included Aporrectodea (69%), Dendrobaena (5%), EiseKalungania(0.2%), Lumbricus(21%), Octolasion (6%). There were 9 species in all.
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21 June 2021
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Keywords

Samplingevent; Earthworm; Lumbricidae; Kaluga and Russia

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Christopher Robin
Field scientist
Elmelunde Kohave Institute
Kalunga
Kalunga Oblast
RU

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Christopher Robin
Field biologist
Elmelunde Kohave Institute
Elmelunde Kohave Institute
Kalunga
Kalunga Oblast
RU

Who filled in the metadata:

Kehinde Kemabonta
Associate Professor
University of Lagos
Akoka Lagos
Lagos
Lagos
NG
+234 802 223 5317

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Kehinde Kemabonta
Associate Professor
University Of Lagos
Akoka Lagos
Lagos
Lagos
NG
+2348022235317

Geographic Coverage

The study area is Kaluga Oblast province in Russia. The study was from three locality- Ugra National Park and Kaluzhskiye Zaseki Nature Reserve (Northern and Southern cluster).

Bounding Coordinates South West [54.523, 36.261], North East [54.536, 36.291]

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