Benthonic fauna of the Itata river and irrigation canals (Chile)

@article{Habit1998BenthonicFO,
  title={Benthonic fauna of the Itata river and irrigation canals (Chile)},
  author={Evelyn M. Habit and Carlos Eduardo Bertr{\'a}n and Sergio Ar{\'e}valo and Pedro F. Victoriano},
  journal={Irrigation Science},
  year={1998},
  volume={18},
  pages={91-99}
}
Abstract Benthonic fauna and substrate in three areas of the Itata river (rhithron riffles, rhitron pools, and potamon) and three irrigation canals at the outtake and about 500 m downstream are analyzed. Benthonic fauna included 56 taxa; of these, 12 were exclusive of the river, 11 were only found in irrigation canals, and 33 were in both environments. The widest distributions were found among the Diptera (Heptagyia annulipes and Orthocladiinae), while Trichoptera (Smicridea chilensis) and… CONTINUE READING

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