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Landscape composition as a determinant of diversity and functional feeding groups of aquatic macroinvertebrates in southern rivers of the Araucanía, Chile
Changes in land use which directly or indirectly affect freshwater fauna constitute one of the principal anthropic factors which have caused world biological diversity to disappear rapidly during
Benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages as indicators of water quality applying a modified biotic index in a spatio-seasonal context in a coastal basin of Southern Chile
Se caracterizo la calidad del agua en un rio del sur de Chile a traves de un Indice Biotico, en un contexto espacio-temporal y ademas se analizo la composicion y distribucion de macroinvertebrados
Taxonomic revision of the genus Chaquihua Demoulin (Ameletopsidae: Ephemeroptera) with notes on its biology and distribution
TLDR
The nymph and male imago are described for the first time and the existing descriptions of other developmental stages are complemented and the synonymy of the extant species is proposed.
Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Metamonius Eaton (Nesameletidae: Ephemeroptera), with Notes on its Biology and Distribution
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A taxonomic revision of the siphlonuroid genus Metamonius is presented here, and association of larvae and winged stages is here confirmed by rearing.
Taxonomic revision of the genus Chiloporter Lestage (Ameletopsidae: Ephemeroptera) with notes on its biology and distribution
TLDR
A taxonomic revision of the genus Chiloporter is presented confronting new material collected in Chile and Argentina, and the synonymy of the extant species is proposed.
A NEW SPECIES OF NOTOPERLA (PLECOPTERA: GRIPOPTERYGIDAE) FROM CHILE
Notoperla macdowalli new species is described from an apterous male and larvae collected from Estero La Leonera, Santuario de la Naturaleza Yerba Loca, Region Metropolitana, Chile. A comparison with