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The Digestive Composition And Physiology Of Water Mites

@inproceedings{Vasquez2017TheDC,
  title={The Digestive Composition And Physiology Of Water Mites},
  author={A. Vasquez},
  year={2017}
}
Establishing reliable methods for the identification of benthic chironomid communities is important due to their significant contribution to biomass, ecology and the aquatic food web. Immature larval specimens are more difficult to identify to species level by traditional morphological methods than their fully developed adult counterparts, and few keys are available to identify the larval species. In order to develop molecular criteria to identify species of chironomid larvae, larval and adult… Expand

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