Nguyễn Hoàng Linh, Nguyễn Thị Thu Anh, Đào Duy Trinh
Some invertebrates was studied in three biotops (flowers-growing, garden and wild land) in the Me Linh flower-growing area. A total of 49 Collembola species, 22 Oribatida species and 20 earthworm species were found. Lobella perfusionides, Friesea sublimis, Folsomides exiguus, Dicranocentrus indicus (Collembola), Pheretima elongata, Pheretima morrisi, Pheretima posthuma (earthworm) are dominant species in garden. Brachystomella parvula, Pseudachorutella sp.1, Proisotoma tenella, Cryptopygus thermophilus, Cryptopygus orientalis and Sphaeridia sp.1 (Collembola). Pheretima posthuma, Pheretima elongata, Dichogaster bolaui (earthworm) are dominatn species in wild land. Ceratophysella denticulata, Acherontiellina sabina, Isotomurus palutris, Cryptopygus thermophilus, C. orientalis (Collembola) and Pheretima posthuma (earthworm) are dominant species in different flower-growing soil. Other clasification taxon of invertebrates has not large number of individual. Microarthropod number per one meter square recorded in this area is higher than that of other sites belonging to Red River Delta.
Keywords: Acari, dominant species, Earthworm, Me Linh flower village, Springtails