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Studies on the abundance and biomass of soil macrofauna were carried out on three meadow sites differing both in the kind of plant material entering the soil and in the rate of its disappearance. Higher numbers and biomass of soil animals occurred on a site with medium rate of organic material disappearance. Along with the lowering in decomposition rate the decrease in mean weight of macrodecomposers was noted.
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