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Macrozoobenthos diversity of the Middle Ob river tributaries S. N. Reshetnikova, I. B. Babkina, A. V. Simakova [et.al.]

Contributor(s): Reshetnikova, S. N | Simakova, Anastasia V | Susliaev, V. V | Blohin, A. N | Interesova, Elena A | Babkina, Irina BMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): Средняя Обь | макрозообентос | притокиGenre/Form: статьи в журналахOnline resources: Click here to access online In: International journal of environmental studies Vol. 74, № 5. P. 803-810Abstract: The data show quantitative and qualitative composition of macrozoobenthos of the 12 left-bank confluences of the Middle Ob. The research has documented the presence of various groups, such as Oligohaeta, Diptera, Odonata, Hirudinea, Tabanidae, Trichoptera and Mollusca. The chironomids, molluscs and leeches play a significant role in the generation of biomass in the surveyed streams, and the abundance mostly depends on chironomids, oligochaetes and leeches. In general, zoobenthos abundance ranges from 8.8 (the Shudelka river) to 1839.9 (the Kochebilovka river) ind./m2, biomass is from 0.08 (Tatosh river) to 8.37 (Lozunga river) g/m2. The amount and benthos biomass of the Middle Ob’s second-order tributaries is higher than in the first-order tributaries.
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The data show quantitative and qualitative composition of macrozoobenthos of the 12 left-bank confluences of the Middle Ob. The research has documented the presence of various groups, such as Oligohaeta, Diptera, Odonata, Hirudinea, Tabanidae, Trichoptera and Mollusca. The chironomids, molluscs and leeches play a significant role in the generation of biomass in the surveyed streams, and the abundance mostly depends on chironomids, oligochaetes and leeches. In general, zoobenthos abundance ranges from 8.8 (the Shudelka river) to 1839.9 (the Kochebilovka river) ind./m2, biomass is from 0.08 (Tatosh river) to 8.37 (Lozunga river) g/m2. The amount and benthos biomass of the Middle Ob’s second-order tributaries is higher than in the first-order tributaries.

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