Nematode Ecophysiological Parameters - species level

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PanagrolaimidaePanagrolaimus detritophagusFemale13b1 3.2 735.033.40910.51270.05130.16540.21670.21670.00000.00000.00000.21670.0000Andrassy, I. 2005. Free-living Nematodes of Hungary, I (Nematoda errantia). Pedozoologica Hungarica 3. Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary. 518p.
PanagrolaimidaePanagrolaimus detritophagusFemale13b1 3.2 740.033.63640.52330.05230.16800.22030.22030.00000.00000.00000.22030.0000Bongers, T. 1988. De Nematoden van Nederland, Pirola, Schoorl. Utrecht. 408p.
(mainly per Bongers & Bongers, 1998)
feeding and feeding code
(mainly per Yeates et al., 1993)
functional guild Mass (micrograms) Metabolic Fooprints
1 - 5 = colonizers - persisters
1, h = plant feeding (may have the following suffixes:

-i=sedentary endoparasites, females usually swollen

-ii=migratory endoparasites

-iii=facultative endoparasites


-v=root associates, epidermal/root hair feeders

-vi=alga, lichen, moss feeders)

= combination of feeding habit and structural guild vermiform calculated per Andrássy, 1956
swollen calculated per Ferris
per Ferris, 2010
cp-value = structural guild 2, f = fungal hyphal feeding see Ferris et al., 2001   CPr = C assimilated
1 = enrichment opportunists 3, b = bacterial feeding     CRs = C respired
2 = basal fauna 4, s = substrate ingestion    
3 = early successional opportunists 5, p = predation (including specialist predators of nematodes) Mass micg = Body Mass µg SFP = structure footprint  
4 = intermediate succession and disturbance sensitivity 6, e = eucaryote feeding CPr = C assimilated HFP = herbivore footprint Basal Wtg
5 = long-lived intolerant species 7, d = dispersal stages or animal parasites CRs = C respired FFP = fungivore footprint Enrichment Wtg
  8, o = omnivory (including general predators of nematodes) MFP = metabolic footprint BFP = bacterivore footprint Structure Wtg
    EFP = enrichment footprint PFP = predator footprint see Ferris et al., 2001