volume 62, issue 1, P77-84 2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842002000100010
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Abstract: ABSTRACTDiversity and biomass of Chironomidae larvae were studied between January-November 1993 and MarchNovember 1994 in an impacted lagoon in Rio de Janeiro, Southeastern Brazil, in an attempt to establish the ecological consequences of anthropogenic eutrophication processes. Nine hundred and seventyfive organisms belonging to the Tanypodinae, Orthocladiinae, and Chironominae were collected. Polypedilum (62%) and Chironomus (58%) were the most common genera found in the limnetic and littoral zones.

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