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The study was conducted to explore the influence of over-grazing and ungrazing on nematode biodiversity in a semi-arid region pasture, in Adıyaman, Turkey, in 2008. Soil samples were taken in mid spring from a pasture that was previously divided into two sites, one is protected by fencing and the second is open to grazing, freely. Nematodes were extracted and allocated to trophic groups and both sites were compared regarding their abundance and diversity. A total of 19 nematode taxa were founddoi:10.5897/ajar11.1476 fatcat:ulvyeasnk5bq7gltdl4egkdpuy