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Invertebrate abundance on Potamogeton nodosus: effects of plant surface area and condition


, : Invertebrate abundance on Potamogeton nodosus: effects of plant surface area and condition. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 702: 300-306

The variability in the abundance of plant-dwelling invertebrates was investigated on plants of P. nodosus, collected from 3 beds in Eau Galle Lake, Wisconsin, in June and Aug. 1987. Invertebrate abundance and plant surface area were positively correlated at both sampling dates.

Accession: 002416659

DOI: 10.1139/z92-045

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