Using dragonflies to monitor and prioritize lotic systems: a South African perspective

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The ever-worsening condition of streams due to local, regional, and global demands on water has resulted in the development of increasingly streamlined, rapid assessment methods using macroinvertebrates. Biotic indices in particular are versatile and robust, although not always easy to use. For example, the family-level South African Scoring System is an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13127-012-0104-4

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@article{Simaika2012UsingDT, title={Using dragonflies to monitor and prioritize lotic systems: a South African perspective}, author={John P. Simaika and Michael John Samways}, journal={Organisms Diversity & Evolution}, year={2012}, volume={12}, pages={251-259} }