2016
DOI: 10.4081/jlimnol.2016.1284
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Influence of bryophyte biomass and organic matter quantity on the abundance and richness of oligochaetes in forest streams with different phytophysiognomies in southeastern Brazil

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“…Paraná: in Ivinhema River (Behrend et al 2009); Iguaçu River (Behrend et al 2012); in tributaries of Paraná River and Baía River, in artificial substrates (Fujita et al 2015). Minas Gerais: occurred associated with decomposing leaves of Eichhornia azurea in Manacás Lake (Martins et al 2011); in first order streams of preserved areas (Rodrigues et al (2013) and associated with bryophytes (Rodrigues et al 2016). Alagoas: in a creek of the city of Garça Torta (Du Bois- Reymond Marcus 1947).…”
Section: Pristina Leidyimentioning
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“…Paraná: in Ivinhema River (Behrend et al 2009); Iguaçu River (Behrend et al 2012); in tributaries of Paraná River and Baía River, in artificial substrates (Fujita et al 2015). Minas Gerais: occurred associated with decomposing leaves of Eichhornia azurea in Manacás Lake (Martins et al 2011); in first order streams of preserved areas (Rodrigues et al (2013) and associated with bryophytes (Rodrigues et al 2016). Alagoas: in a creek of the city of Garça Torta (Du Bois- Reymond Marcus 1947).…”
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“…; in streams of low order of the Campos do Jordão State Park, characterized by cold waters, rapids and stony bed (Gorni & Alves 2008b), in mesohabitats of the Galharada stream (Gorni & Alves 2012) and was evidenced in impacted urban streams (Gorni et al, 2017). Minas Gerais: occurred in first-order streams of preserved areas (Rodrigues et al 2013); associated with bryophytes (Rodrigues et al 2016) and in a stream of the Atlantic Forest (Rosa et al 2015). Pernambuco: city of Recife, in pools of water (Marcus 1944) and in Tegipió (Marcus 1943).…”
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