Invertebrate Composition and Abundance Associated with Didymosphenia geminata in a Montane Stream

@inproceedings{James2010InvertebrateCA,
  title={Invertebrate Composition and Abundance Associated with Didymosphenia geminata in a Montane Stream},
  author={Daniel Arthur James and Steven H. Ranney and Steven R. Chipps and Bryan D. Spindler},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT Didymosphenia geminata, a relatively new aquatic nuisance species that can form extensive, mucilaginous mats on stream substrates, was reported from Rapid Creek, South Dakota in 2002. To examine the association between D. geminata and the invertebrate community in Rapid Creek, macroinvertebrates were quantified using three gear types in the fall of 2006. D. geminata was present at two of four sites sampled (range = 5.53 to 809.68 g m−2 dry mass). At each site, invertebrates were… CONTINUE READING

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