Data from: Feeding preference as a main determinant of microscale patchiness among terrestrial nematodes

Casper W. Quist, Gerrit Gort, Christian Mulder, Ruud H. P. Wilbers, Aad J. Termorshuizen, Jaap Bakker & Johannes Helder
Soil biota are responsible for essential ecosystem services such as carbon storage, nutrient cycling and water retention. However, assessment of the condition of soil biota is hampered by an overwhelming level of diversity. With representatives in all trophic levels of the food web, nematode communities can be used as bio-indicators. Accurate assessment of nematode assemblages requires insight in the distribution of specimens with distinct food preferences. With the availability of taxon-specific quantitative-PCR assays, distribution patterns...
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