The influence of river functionality on habitat selection by Ephemeroptera in spatially and temporally diverse lowland rivers, with particular reference to the River Bug

@article{Glazaczow2009TheIO,
  title={The influence of river functionality on habitat selection by Ephemeroptera in spatially and temporally diverse lowland rivers, with particular reference to the River Bug},
  author={A. Glazaczow and D. Orwin and R. Bajaczyk},
  journal={Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={38},
  pages={63 - 76}
}
Abstract The purpose of this work is the designation of changes in the environmental preferences of mayflies in the prevailing conditions in a large lowland river little changed by human activity. During the study, the occurrence of the following species were recorded: Cercobrachys minutus (54.2%); Procloeon nana (24.5%); Pseudocentroptiloides shadini (7.6%); Ametropus fragilis (2.9%), which were numerously represented and formed a permanent element of the fauna, and Baetopus wartensis (0.1… Expand
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